Advances in bio-derived cosmetic ingredients

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Blackburn, RS; Briddell, CG;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Teknoscienze

Nature is rich in biologically active molecules of interest to the cosmetics industry. Brands are leveraging these “natural” chemicals to tap into the growing market for organic and “natural” products. Advances in chemical analysis and extraction technology were recentl... View more
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