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Symrise partners with Probi on probiotic cosmetic ingredients

by Marc Reisch
March 8, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 10

 

Symrise is working with the Swedish probiotic specialist Probi to develop microbial ingredients for cosmetics. The German fragrance and cosmetic ingredient maker owns a majority stake in Probi, and the two have conducted research on probiotics for oral-health applications since 2012. Now they are developing Lactobacilli strains to strengthen the skin barrier. Other ingredient makers, including BASF, DSM, and Givaudan, have also been investing in microbiome-inspired ingredients for skin care.

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