Symrise is presenting an innovative product range at in-cosmetics 2017: A strong focus lies on solutions that offer the skin effective protection from environmental pollutants and also skin brightening properties. Especially with SymBright Symrise has developed an ingredient that perfectly serves this demand.
The recently launched Thermolat leaves a pleasant warm feeling on the skin without irritating it. Adding to these novelties is Symrise’s latest product launch for hair “KeraSym Restore” which is based on a particular wheat protein.
Finally, Symrise presents the novel “Arctic Range” that consists of plants that survive in extreme climatic conditions. These products and forward-thinking solutions for skin and hair protection can be discovered at the Symrise booth KK20, trade fair seminars and Formulation Lab. The international b-to-b trade fair for cosmetic ingredients is taking place in London from April 4–6, 2017.
Environmental stressors, including pollution, UV rays, but also visible light, infrared rays… the list of external aggressors affecting the skin appearance keeps getting longer. These factors can trigger a common reaction sequence of the skin that often result in pigmentation disorders and dark spots. SymBright, a multitalented natural molecule, prevents these overreactions, and protects skin luminosity against the exposome. Clinical tests prove significant skin brightening effects after stimulation of pigmentation with UV.
In addition, the new UV filter Neo Heliopan BMT offers protection against intense UV radiation. This is achieved via broadband protection and improved UVA protection especially in sun care products with a high SPF.
Another key focus to be showcased at in-cosmetics will be the new hair care range KeraSym as first product results from Symrise’s new Hair Care Center in Brazil. Highlight will be KeraSym Restore, a unique non-hydrolysed wheat protein that was created via special gliadin extraction. This natural smart protein repairs the damaged hair where it is most needed, thus reducing hair breakage and split ends while improving hair gloss, force and elasticity.
Symrise strengthens its competence in sensory ingredients with Thermolat, a warming substance that generates a pleasant warm feeling in skin care applications like creams, gels and masks. Thermolat starts providing its effects within the first five minutes after application and continues performing for up to two hours. Additionally, Thermolat can perfectly be used to signalise that a cosmetic product is working.
Due to the harsh, rough climate, Arctic berries and plants are tightly packed with nutrients and offer an interesting source for powerful antioxidants. The Arctic Range, which contains water-soluble Actipone products, is based on organic plants surviving in extreme conditions. The botanicals have proven antioxidant and skin-soothing properties and are suitable for use in a broad spectrum of cosmetic applications.
Further information on the various Symrise innovations can be discovered at its booth KK20. Here guests can visit the Symrise SensoryLab and try out products of three mini collections: Warming and Cooling – “Playing with Senses”, Hair Care – “New Urban Concepts” and Sun Care – “Ultimate Defense” as well as Beauty+ “Ethnic Hair Care” and Beauty+ “Deo”.
Those who would like to dig deeper into the exciting world of formulas can participate in the Formulation Lab event “Get your formula stable – easily!” on the first day of the trade fair, April 4, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. At this event application technologist Nadine Krug will guide participants to prepare an exciting formulation.
Also of note is the technical seminar on the second day of the trade fair, April 5, from 9:40 to 10:20 a.m. in Theater 3. At the seminar, product manager Caroline Baptiste will present the new product Thermolat and its benefits in detail.