Arcaea CEO On Biotech’s Promise: Sustainable, Yes, But Ingredient Performance Will Drive Adoption
With biotech, “the entire tree of life starts to become accessible to us ethically and sustainably,” says Arcaea CEO Jasmina Aganovic. Her company, launched in October 2021, is developing custom keratin molecules for skin and hair, as well as new UV filter technology, among other innovations to expand formulators’ toolkits, not just replace problematic ingredients.
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Symrise Touts Green, Biotech Developments In Scent & Care, Raises FY 2022 Growth Target
Symrise AG is now projecting organic sales growth ‘significantly higher’ than 7%, versus a previous estimate of 5% to 7%. The German fragrance and flavors firm, which recorded a 10.2% increase in organic sales in the fiscal 2022 first half, pointed to Hydrolite 8 green and its partnership with biotech Evoxx Technologies among other innovation-minded moves to meet cosmetics demand.
NYSCC Suppliers Day Features Biotech, Sun Care, Antimicrobials Among Ingredient Innovations
DSM’s Quali Vitamin B12 and Biosyntia’s sustainably sourced biotin were among biotech-based ingredients at the New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists’ Suppliers Day in New York. Other showcased products included antimicrobials, microbiome ingredients, and zinc oxide filters for sun protection.