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Clariant Active Ingredients facilities are dedicated to the Research and Development of new actives. With state-of-the-art equipment, our R&D teams master skin and hair biology to assess product activities and performance. Thanks to this, we are able to develop innovative active ingredients already recognized by top-level awards. Clariant Active Ingredient research teams regularly present their findings in scientific posters and lectures, as well as in recognized and peer-reviewed scientific magazines :

Scientific articles on our active ingredients

  • Roots – the Underexplored Source of Innovative Molecules Highlighted Thanks to PAT Plant Milking™ Technology; SOFW Journal, 9-2020
  • High Wavelength Blue Light Induced Damages in Human Skin; SOFW Journal, 1/2-2020
  • Easing sensitive scalp while preserving its microbiota, HPC Today, vol 15(6) 2020
  • Plant Milking Technology - An innovative and sustainable process to produce highly active extracts from plant roots; Molecules 2020

Posters published in scientific congresses

  • Soothing hypersensitive and atopic skins by an immuno-modulation mechanism - Poster presented at the IFSCC congress in 2017
  • Soothing hypersensitive and atopic skins by an immuno-modulation mechanism - Poster presented at the SCC congress in 2017
  • Unripe Citrus unshiu extract benefit to fight atopic symptoms induced by indoor pollution - Poster presented at the E2BRN congress in 2018
  • Circadian rhythm protection against blue light disruption - Poster presented at the IFSCC congress in 2018
  • High wavelenght blue light induced damages in human skin - Poster presented at the IID congress in 2018
  • Synchronized Skin explants model to study Circadian Rythm alterations - Poster presented at the IID congress in 2018
  • Development of a new three-dimensional RHE circadian rythm - Poster presented at the SID congress in 2019
  • Novel anti-aging function discovered in skin for the lncRNA nc886 - Poster presented at the SID congress in 2019
  • A new approach to preserve skin healthiness and prevent premature aging: restoration f cellular bioenergetic functions - Poster presented at the IFSCC congress in 2020
  • Sourcing the unsourceable: an innovative and sustainable process to source active molecules - Poster presented at the IFSCC congress in 2020
  • Senotherapeutic-like effects of Silibum marianum on human dermal fibroblast - Poster presented at the IFSCC congress in 2020

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