The anti-aging segment is and will continue to be the most important segment in the skincare market. We do see a shift in consumer behavior though. More than ever, consumers have a preventative and holistic approach towards aging with skin health being the focus of attention. But why do some people age well whereas others do not? Though lifestyle does play a role, it all has to do with our DNA, our Biogenetic Codex. One of the main causes of DNA damage is UV radiation. Can a cosmetic product help our skin cells maintain the quality of their DNA by compensating for the negative effects of sunlight on DNA?
In our SpecialChem Case Study, CLR’s Director Product Design & Development Harald van der Hoeven discusses the impact of UV radiation on our skin cells and their ability to repair DNA and how a postbiotic lysate can reduce DNA damage-induced microinflammatory processes.
Read our full Case Study here.