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SPIM 2020 IS COMING !

SPIM 2020 GREENTECH
SPIM 2020 IS COMING ! The Skin Physiology International Meeting (SPIM) is the research excellence event in skin physiology and will take place at the Palais des Congrès of Vichy (France) on November 19th & 20th, 2020.   Young Researchers,...

Cosmetics : Characterization of Reactive and Sensitive Skin Microbiota: Effect of Halymenia durvillei Extract Treatment

Cosmetics : Characterization of Reactive and Sensitive Skin Microbiota: Effect of Halymenia durvillei Extract Treatment
Cosmetics : Characterization of Reactive and Sensitive Skin Microbiota: Effect of Halymenia durvillei Extract Treatment Abstract After characterization of the reactive skin microbiota, we investigated whether the active Halymenia durvillei (HD), rich in polysaccharides, could modulate this microbiota after 28...

CSR GREENTECH : Mexico – Aloe Vera

RSE GREENTECH : Campagne de dépistage vue Mexique
CSR GREENTECH : Mexico - Aloe Vera As part of the sustainable relationship with our partner Aloe Vera Bio & Equitable, Greentech, in partnership with the association Lunettes Pour tous, has organized a campaign of eye tests. Five days allowed...

GREENTECH @COSMETORAMA 2019

GREENTECH COSMETORAMA 2019
GREENTECH @COSMETORAMA 2019 GREENTECH was present at the 10th edition of Cosmetorama in Athens.We held a conference on the theme: "Marine Algae as attractive source to skin care".   It was an opportunity to highlight one of the innovations GREENTECH...

GREENTECH Conference

Conférence Groupe Recherche GREENTECH
GREENTECH Conference As part of a day of conferences and exchanges around neuroscience, the GREENTECH Research Group held a one-hour conference on the theme: Psychobiology in Cosmetics: interests and limits.   An intervention to inform, inspire and anticipate what will...

Cosmetics Design US, October 2019

Greentech ingredient epsiline scc suppliers day US
4 beauty ingredient trends seen at SCC suppliers' day, Long Beach Cosmetics Design US,  October 2019   > Read all the article

GREENTECH @InnoGeneration

GREENTECH @InnoGeneration
GREENTECH @InnoGeneration GREENTECH and in particular Edwige Ranouille, our R & D laboratory manager, took part at the workshop "Technological revolutions in the cosmetics industry" as part of the Inno Génération event organized by bpifrance at the AccordHotels Arena. {{...

Journal of Neural Transmission : Microbiota, a novel regulator of pain

greentech article microbiota
Journal of Neural Transmission : Microbiota, a novel regulator of pain Abstract Among the various regulators of the nervous system, the gut microbiota has been recently described to have the potential to modulate neuronal cells activation. While bacteria-derived products can...

Journal of ethnopharmacology : A selection of eleven plants used as traditional Polynesian cosmetics and their development potential as anti-aging ingredients, hair growth promoters and whitening products.

greentech ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE: In French Polynesia, embellishment of the hair and skin is an important cultural and everyday practice. Yet, little research has focused on traditional preparations used for beautification in this region and their potential development as innovative cosmetic ingredients. AIM OF THE STUDY: In this present study we aim to assess and compile the ethnocosmetic potential of plants of French Polynesia to select and further study plants showing the most promise to be developed as anti-aging, anti-blemish and hair care products. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A literature analysis of plants of the IECIC list, present in French Polynesia was conducted. The most interesting plants from a cosmetic development standpoint were selected based on four main criteria, i.e. their traditional use in Polynesian cosmetic-related preparations, their biogeographical status, their phytochemistry of cosmetic interest, and lastly their availability and absence from the UICN list. Furthermore, a preliminary screening of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities was also performed on several extracts obtained. RESULTS: Eleven plants were chosen, and a compilation of multidisciplinary data emphasized each selected plant's potentiality. Traditional allegations showed uses ranging from dermatology such as wound healing or anti-inflammatory properties, to hair growth promoting preparations or even skin ligthening ones. Preliminary screenings were useful in narrowing the number of extracts to study. Literature-based data associated to traditional uses depicted how the remaining plants and plant parts could be developed for targeted cosmetic applications. CONCLUSIONS: A prospective approach of plants used traditionally for cosmetic purposes in French Polynesia gave insight on their development potential when paired with the appropriate multidisciplinary data. The eleven plants presented show promise in being developed sustainably as natural anti-aging or hair care products and as skin brightening agents.
Journal of ethnopharmacology : A selection of eleven plants used as traditional Polynesian cosmetics and their development potential as anti-aging ingredients, hair growth promoters and whitening products. Abstract   ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE: In French Polynesia, embellishment of the hair and skin...

Our historical Supply Chains – #6 – Thailand: Phyllanthus BIO

Nos filières historiques - #6 – Thaïlande : Phyllanthus BIO
Our historical Supply Chains - #6 - Thailand: Phyllanthus BIO A few years ago, a Karen minority producer decided to sow phyllanthus stones in the Thai forest; a real exploitation is thus born.   The fruits are collected manually, washed...

Premium Beauty News, September 2019

GREENTECH : Des ingrédients actifs « Nouvelle Génération » pour des soins de la peau adaptés aux modes de vie modernes
GREENTECH : New Generation skin care active ingredients adapted to modern lifestyles. Premium Beauty News, September 2019   > Click here to read all the article

Our historical Supply Chains – #5 : Morocco: Flora and traditional Moroccan oils

Nos filières historiques - #5 – Maroc : Flore et huiles traditionnelles marocaines
Our historical Supply Chains - #5 : Morocco: Flora and traditional Moroccan oils GREENTECH has been sourcing natural raw materials in Morocco for several years, thanks to its partnership with the University of Rabat Mohammed V and various communities &...

New results for EPSILINE®

New results for EPSILINE®
New results for EPSILINE® Following the first results shown @ In-Cosmetics Global on EPSILINE®, a melanin booster active ingredient, Greentech offers new results showing its significant antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.   Thus, EPSILINE® allows a double effect : nice tanning...

GREENTECH @ Cosmetics Africa

GREENTECH @ Cosmetics Africa
GREENTECH @ Cosmetics Africa Greentech, including its Scientific Director Pr Edith Filaire, is attending the Cosmetics Africa Conference to present its work on exposome.   This year, the theme of the Cosmetics Africa conference is "Innovating the Possibility" and focuses...

Our historical Supply Chains – #4 : Madagascar: Malagasy local flora

Nos filières historiques - #4 – Madagascar : Flore locale Malgache
Our historical Supply Chains - #4 : Madagascar: Malagasy local flora Since 2008, GREENTECH has partnered with the Diego Suarez University of Antsiranana in a common structure: the GreenMadag laboratory, dedicated to the development of new active ingredients from the...

Nature Communication : Bridging the gap between transition metal- and bio-catalysis via aqueous micellar catalysis

Nature Communication : Bridging the gap between transition metal- and bio-catalysis via aqueous micellar catalysis
Nature Communication : Bridging the gap between transition metal- and bio-catalysis via aqueous micellar catalysis Abstract Previous studies have shown that aqueous solutions of designer surfactants enable a wide variety of valuable transformations in synthetic organic chemistry. Since reactions take...