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Understanding the nature and location of hydroxyl groups on hydrated titania nanoparticles

TiO2 nanoparticles (NPs) are intensively studied and widely used due to their huge potential in numerous applications involving their interaction with ultraviolet light (e.g., photocatalysis and sunscreens). Typically, these NPs are in water-containing environments and thus tend to be hydrated. As such, there is a growing need to better understand...

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Looking for microbiome-based technologies

IPA Singapore recently published the following request in its newsletter: Seeking microbiome-based technologies for skin health & performance for a global cosmetics and skin care developer with established brands in both traditional anti-ageing and skin health categories. The UK based company has strong existing research, product development, regulatory and claims...

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Generation of new polyhydroxy acids

"Apibreeze" is Provital’s response to today’s consumers, who are seeking personalized cosmetic solutions that are kind to the skin and the planet. Polyhydroxy acids (PHAs) are a new generation of hydroxy acids that broaden the possibilities for renewing the skin with peels suitable for all skin types, including the most...

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