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Request Sample 4D Hyaluronic Acid (Hymagic™-4D) Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Sodium Hyaluronate Crosspolymer (and) Sodium Hyaluronate (and) Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate (and) Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid (and) Pentylene Glycol (and) Ethylhexylglycerin (and) Aqua
Hymagic™-4D, a combination of four kinds of HA with different properties, can build up and form a three-dimensional network and accurately target the different layers of the skin, to replenish water from the outside and hold water from the inside. In this...view more Hymagic™-4D, a combination of four kinds of HA with different properties, can build up and form a three-dimensional network and accurately target the different layers of the skin, to replenish water from the outside and hold water from the inside. In this way, skin is moisturized and hydrated completely and improves in elasticity directly from within. view less
Actigum™ VSX 20 texturizer Cargill Agricola S/A
  • INCI Name:
    Sclerotium Gum (and) Xanthan Gum
Actigum™ VSX 20 texturizer is a rheology modifier that builds over the well-known properties of two highly safe and nature-derived ingredients: Scleroglucan and Xanthan Gum. The combination of those 2 nature-derived polymers provides enhanced functional b...view more Actigum™ VSX 20 texturizer is a rheology modifier that builds over the well-known properties of two highly safe and nature-derived ingredients: Scleroglucan and Xanthan Gum. The combination of those 2 nature-derived polymers provides enhanced functional benefits such as a high yield value resulting in good suspending properties, and a higher viscosity than what can be obtained with the individual ingredients at the same dosage. This product is recommended for skin care, sun care, toiletries, and hair care products. view less
Request Sample Bioyouth™-Brice Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Saccharomyces/Rice Ferment Filtrate
Bioyouth™-Brice, Brown Rice Ferment Filtrate, is a clear, transparent liquid with a special fermented odor. Brice contains abundance of active polypeptides, amino acids, lactic acid, oxygen phytic acid, ferulic acid, phytate, sterols, and other active fac...view more Bioyouth™-Brice, Brown Rice Ferment Filtrate, is a clear, transparent liquid with a special fermented odor. Brice contains abundance of active polypeptides, amino acids, lactic acid, oxygen phytic acid, ferulic acid, phytate, sterols, and other active factors. These active factors can be quickly absorbed by the skin, increase the cell activity, repaire damaged cells, anti-aging, improve the overall skin appearance, and moisturizing. view less
Request Sample Gabacare™ BL98T - Natural Anti-Aging Factor Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Aminobutyric Acid
GabacareTMBL98T also known as γ-Aminobutyric Acid(GABA), a non-protein amino acid, is naturally present in human body. Gabacare™BL98T is produced by lactobacillus fermentation, the purity is higher than 98%, and it has got the ECOCERT certification. GABA ...view more GabacareTMBL98T also known as γ-Aminobutyric Acid(GABA), a non-protein amino acid, is naturally present in human body. Gabacare™BL98T is produced by lactobacillus fermentation, the purity is higher than 98%, and it has got the ECOCERT certification. GABA is an ideal anti-aging ingredient. It can penetrate into skin, relaxing tense muscles and reducing small wrinkles. In epidermis, GABA can repair cuticle barriers because GABA can promote the epidermal cell proliferation and the production of involucrin and glutathione. In dermis, GABA can promote the fibroblasts proliferation and synthesis of HA and collagen, thus improving skin moisture and elasticity, revealing younger, fresher looking skin. view less
Request Sample HA-Oligo Degraded by Hyaluronidase (miniHA™) Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid
HA-Oligo Degraded by Hyaluronidase (miniHA™) is a novel HA produced with innovative technology. Sodium Hyaluronate (HA) has been widely used in cosmetic industry thanks to good moisturizing and lubricity. miniHA has received ECOCERT&COSMOS certificates. ...view more HA-Oligo Degraded by Hyaluronidase (miniHA™) is a novel HA produced with innovative technology. Sodium Hyaluronate (HA) has been widely used in cosmetic industry thanks to good moisturizing and lubricity. miniHA has received ECOCERT&COSMOS certificates. The molecular size of miniHAis too small to provide lubricity, but it has more biological activities.The results of a series of experiments in vitro and in vivo showed that miniHA has significant effects of deep moisturizing, repairing cells damaged by UV, scavenging free radical and anti-aging. Moreover, miniHA has good transdermal absorption compared with common HA, which was proved by the experiment from Italian Faroderm Lab. miniHA has active efficacies in the epidermis even dermis, soit can be applied in hydrating, repairing and anti-aging products. miniHA is easily dissolved in water and recommended dosage is 0.1%~0.5%. Now different HA combination applied in cosmetics has been popular because of synergistic effects. miniHA is becoming one of the good choices. view less
Request Sample Hyacolor™ Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Sodium Hyaluronate (and) Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil (and) Hydrogenated Castor Oil
Hyacolor™ is specifically designed for color cosmetic industry. It permits to apply the water soluble-HA in color cosmetic products which are mainly based on oily ingredients, and provide excellent moisturizing, lip-plumping, and repairing efficacies. It ...view more Hyacolor™ is specifically designed for color cosmetic industry. It permits to apply the water soluble-HA in color cosmetic products which are mainly based on oily ingredients, and provide excellent moisturizing, lip-plumping, and repairing efficacies. It is obtained from small molecule of sodium hyaluronate (HA) and botanical oils through unique HA microsphere technology. The small molecule of HA is evenly dispersed in the oil phase. When applied onto the skin, Hyacolor™ can easily release the inside HA molecule, the small molecule of HA can penetrate into the skin quickly and nourish the skin from inside. Hyacolor™ can significantly increase the skin hydration and keep the skin moisturized constantly, because the outer layer of Hyacolor™ is lipophilic ingredients which can form an oil film on the skin to prevent water evaporation, and the inside small molecule of HA can penetrate into the skin and hydrate the skin instantly. This product can increase the lips volume of subjects by binding more water inside the lip skin, and provide good lip-plumping effect for lip products. Moreover, Hyacolor™ has significant repairing effect for the lip skin. It can improve the conditions of the dry or chapped lips, and make the lips more smoothness and softness after long-term application. Hyacolor™ can be used in makeup and lip products, such as foundation, BB cream, lipstick, lip gross, etc. The recommended usage is 0.1%-2%. view less
Request Sample Hyacross™ Hyaluronic Acid Elastomer Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd. Hyaluronic Acid Elastomer (Hyacross™), a new member of HA family, is a crosslinked polymer derived from natural HA. Hyacross™ appears like an elastic gel with high viscosity, feels smooth but not sticky. It can improve the skin barrier function because it...view more Hyaluronic Acid Elastomer (Hyacross™), a new member of HA family, is a crosslinked polymer derived from natural HA. Hyacross™ appears like an elastic gel with high viscosity, feels smooth but not sticky. It can improve the skin barrier function because it can form a “breathable” layer on the surface of the skin observed by scanning electron microscopy. This product has excellent hydration capacity and it behaves like a “micro reservoir” delivering continuously water to the skin. Hyacross™ has good resistance to hyaluronidase, so the film formed by Hyacross™ on the skin surface is more stable and durable. Hyacross™ can keep cuticle moisturized because of the excellent water binding capacity and decrease the evaporation of the deeper skin moisture by forming a dense film on the skin surface. Thus it has various skincare effects, such as long-lasting moisturizing, improving skin elasticity, reducing skin roughness, etc. Moreover, this product can reduce the skin cell damage due to UV and isolate foreign contaminants from skin because of its cross-linking network structure. Hyacross™ is water soluble which can be added directly to the water phase by gentle stirring. It can be used in moisturizing products and anti-aging products, such as cream, serum, gel, mask, etc. The recommended usage is 1%-5%. view less
Request Sample Hyacross™ TG100 Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Sodium Hyaluronate Crosspolymer (and) Pentylene Glycol (and) Aqua
Hyacross™ TG100 is crosslinked elastomer derived from natural source Hyaluronic Acid. This product is commonly used in various skin care products.
Request Sample Hyacross™ TL100 Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • Regulatory Info
Hyacross™ TL100 is a crosslinked polymer derived from naturally-sourced Hyaluronic Acid. This product is commonly used in various skin care products.
Request Sample Hyafactor™-NAG Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Acetyl Glucosamine
Hyafactor™-NAG is composed of acetyl glucosamine, a small amino monosaccharide molecule obtained by bio-fermentation. It has many important physiological functions as a basic component unit of numerous polysaccharides in cells. It possesses excellent tran...view more Hyafactor™-NAG is composed of acetyl glucosamine, a small amino monosaccharide molecule obtained by bio-fermentation. It has many important physiological functions as a basic component unit of numerous polysaccharides in cells. It possesses excellent transdermal absorption and can improve the skin hydration, so it is a unique high-quality moisturizer. Additionally, it promotes HA synthesis, functions as a natural exfoliating regulator, and whitens skin, especially when applied with nicotinamide. This product also scavenges free radical. Hyafactor™-NAG has been widely applied in various skin care products. Its recommended dosage is 0.5%-2%. view less
Request Sample Hyafactor™-PGA Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Sodium Polyglutamate
Hyafactor™-PGA is obtained by fermentation with a superior strain of Bacillus subtilis. Its INCI name is sodium polyglutamate, which is a form of existence of Polyglutamic acid (PGA) in nature. PGA is usually a sticky anionic amino acid polymer. Initially...view more Hyafactor™-PGA is obtained by fermentation with a superior strain of Bacillus subtilis. Its INCI name is sodium polyglutamate, which is a form of existence of Polyglutamic acid (PGA) in nature. PGA is usually a sticky anionic amino acid polymer. Initially, it was found in a traditional food ‘natto’, which is also called γ-polyglutamic acid (γ-PGA). Today, it is regarded as a good natural moisturizing ingredient and is widely used in personal care products. Not only can it provide better skin feeling, smoothness and silkiness, it can also protect the skin from external aggressions and soothe the response of allergy and inflammatory. The recommended dosage is 0.05%-1%. view less
Request Sample Hymagic™-AcHA (Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate) Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate
Hymagic™-AcHA (Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate) is a specialty HA derivative which is synthesized from the Natural Moisturizing Factor Sodium Hyaluronate (HA) by acetylation reaction. The hydroxyl group of HA is partially replaced with acetyl group; it owns...view more Hymagic™-AcHA (Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate) is a specialty HA derivative which is synthesized from the Natural Moisturizing Factor Sodium Hyaluronate (HA) by acetylation reaction. The hydroxyl group of HA is partially replaced with acetyl group; it owns both lipophilic and hydrophilic properties. This helps to promote high affinity and adsorption properties for skin. AcHA has a fresh and not-sticky feeling that can provide superb moisturizing, repair skin barrier, improve skin elasticity, and leave skin smooth. view less
Request Sample Oligo Sodium Hyaluronate (HA-Oligo) Hybloom™ Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Hyaluronic Acid
HA-Oligo is Hyaluronic acid with very low molecular weight. It can penetrate through skin rapidly, which will give new features to cosmetics, including raising HA content in the skin, activating the skin, anti-aging, and deeply moisturizing, etc.
Request Sample Sodium Hyaluronate (HA-T) Hybloom™ Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Sodium Hyaluronate
Sodium hyaluronate (HA-T) Hybloom™ with molecular weight 1,000 kDa~1,800 kDa has been used as natural moisturizing factor in cosmetic industry. Moreover, it has many functions such as lubricating, film-forming, preventing and repairing skin damage, thicke...view more Sodium hyaluronate (HA-T) Hybloom™ with molecular weight 1,000 kDa~1,800 kDa has been used as natural moisturizing factor in cosmetic industry. Moreover, it has many functions such as lubricating, film-forming, preventing and repairing skin damage, thickening and keeping emulsion stable, etc. view less
Request Sample Sodium Hyaluronate (HA-TLM) Hybloom™ Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Sodium Hyaluronate
Sodium Hyaluronate (HA-TLM) Hybloom™ with molecular weight 10 kDa~1,000 kDa has good moisturizing and lubricity. It can help getting nutrition to the skin cells and makes the skin moist and elastic.
Request Sample Sodium Hyaluronate 1% Solution Hybloom™ Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Sodium Hyaluronate
Sodium Hyaluronate 1% Solution Hybloom™ is a hyluronic acid with a dynamic viscosity of more then 20,000 mPas. It is a highly effective humectant in cosmetics for its unique film-forming and hydrating qualities. It attracts moisture to the skin and the fi...view more Sodium Hyaluronate 1% Solution Hybloom™ is a hyluronic acid with a dynamic viscosity of more then 20,000 mPas. It is a highly effective humectant in cosmetics for its unique film-forming and hydrating qualities. It attracts moisture to the skin and the film that is formed on the skin surface "holds" moisture, which preserves the skin's smoothness, suppleness and elasticity. Hyaluronic acids with different molecular weights can be used simultaneously in the same cosmetic formulation for synergistic effects. Some applications include skin care products, lip stick, eye shadow and foundation, cleansers and hair care products. view less
Request Sample cationHA™ Substantive Sodium Hyaluronate Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd. cationHA™, as a conditioning moisturizer, is a complex association between cationic polymer and Sodium Hyaluronate (HA) with different molecular weights. It creates a synergistic polymer composite that improves and expands the main properties of two polym...view more cationHA™, as a conditioning moisturizer, is a complex association between cationic polymer and Sodium Hyaluronate (HA) with different molecular weights. It creates a synergistic polymer composite that improves and expands the main properties of two polymers and the substantivity of HA on the hair and skin. It shows higher substantivity to the hair and skin , it is suitable for rinse-off products like shampoos, facial cleansers, body care products and soap, etc.. It can reduce significantly the irritancy of the skin caused by surfactants, and can protect and improve the barrier function of the skin during cleaning. What’s more, cationHA™ can restore the self-protection of the scalp to be healthy again in hair care products. view less
Request Sample microHA™ Super Active Hyaluronic Acid Bloomage Freda Biopharm Co., Ltd.
  • INCI Name:
    Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid
microHA™ is a new low molecular weight (Mw<5K Da) active ingredient produced by a patented enzymatic degradation technology with superb biological activity. microHA™ can quickly penetrate the epidermis and the dermis to scavenge free radicals, reduce infl...view more microHA™ is a new low molecular weight (Mw<5K Da) active ingredient produced by a patented enzymatic degradation technology with superb biological activity. microHA™ can quickly penetrate the epidermis and the dermis to scavenge free radicals, reduce inflammation factor activity, repair damaged cells, protect the skin against inflammation and sensitivity caused by various stimulus. microHA™ can be added in soothing, anti - inflammatory, repairing products, such as skin care products, oral products, scalp care products, etc. view less
AVALIAÇÃO ESTÉTICA Instituto de Cosmetologia The evaluation of the patient with excellence is the first step in the definition of a successful aesthetic protocol! Understanding the characteristics and needs of the patient and evaluating the development of the aesthetic treatment are fundamental f...view more The evaluation of the patient with excellence is the first step in the definition of a successful aesthetic protocol! Understanding the characteristics and needs of the patient and evaluating the development of the aesthetic treatment are fundamental for the maintenance and effective treatment in his clinic. Correct aesthetic assessment requires the understanding of complex guidelines with diverse therapeutic and physiological targets. Rafael Ferreira brings tips on evaluation and development of protocols with safety and effectiveness for his practice, in addition to all his experience in the aesthetic market. view less
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COSMETOTERAPIA Instituto de Cosmetologia Learn how to combine active aging skin care, as well as how to prescribe active ingredients that complement toxin and fill-in treatment. For application professionals, product developers for aesthetics or manipulation pharmacy. Understand with Lucas Po...view more Learn how to combine active aging skin care, as well as how to prescribe active ingredients that complement toxin and fill-in treatment. For application professionals, product developers for aesthetics or manipulation pharmacy. Understand with Lucas Portilho the treatment of the cause of aging with synergy of in-out treatment in post-procedure products with 100% assets available in manipulation pharmacy Anti-aging strategies with dermocosmetics, prescription rules, skin anatomy physiology, active ingredients that potentiate and prolong the effect of botulinum toxin and fillers, with formulations and much more! view less
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Cosmetology 2.0 M2 - Origin and Development of Cosmetic Bases Instituto de Cosmetologia - Origin of cosmetic design - Product development steps - Critical points in the preparation of emulsions - Processes and equipment - Types and function of propellers - Types and function of agitators - Demonstrative practice: you in the cosmetic in...view more - Origin of cosmetic design - Product development steps - Critical points in the preparation of emulsions - Processes and equipment - Types and function of propellers - Types and function of agitators - Demonstrative practice: you in the cosmetic industry - Production of a cosmetic in the industry - Processes involved in industrial production - Receipt and critical points of the raw material - Quality control in packaging - Quality control of raw materials - Fractionation and weighing of raw material - Manufacture of cosmetics - Product packaging - Product distribution view less
Cosmetology 2.0 M3 - Compound and Industrial Bases of Emulsions and Gels Instituto de Cosmetologia - Emulsion science - Compound and industrial bases - Types and classification of emulsions - Composition of emulsions - Emulsion bases - Phase system - Emulsifying actives - Polarity and pH relationship of the formulation - Nomenclature of acids a...view more - Emulsion science - Compound and industrial bases - Types and classification of emulsions - Composition of emulsions - Emulsion bases - Phase system - Emulsifying actives - Polarity and pH relationship of the formulation - Nomenclature of acids and alcohols - Surfactants - Components of the aqueous phase - Components of the oil phase - Silicone phase and other components - Types of water in cosmetics - Wetting agent actives - Thickening agents - Preparation techniques with natural or synthetic polymers - Practical demonstration of emulsion with polymers view less
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P&D - Emulsões e Géis Cosméticos Instituto de Cosmetologia Emphasis of development and innovation on cosmetic bases for R & D. It aims to elucidate from the cosmetic chemical bases, types of workbench strategies, bases and emulsions and the whole experience of the pharmacist Lucas Portilho, so that the profession...view more Emphasis of development and innovation on cosmetic bases for R & D. It aims to elucidate from the cosmetic chemical bases, types of workbench strategies, bases and emulsions and the whole experience of the pharmacist Lucas Portilho, so that the professional can be trained not only to manipulate cosmetics, but to improve his techniques to become a formulator of development in cosmetics of class and quality. view less
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Peelings Químicos Instituto de Cosmetologia The pursuit of beauty and youth is as old as the history of mankind! Renovating is necessary! Understanding the characteristics and needs of the public, evaluating action mechanisms with proven effectiveness, asset tips and formulations and the entire dev...view more The pursuit of beauty and youth is as old as the history of mankind! Renovating is necessary! Understanding the characteristics and needs of the public, evaluating action mechanisms with proven effectiveness, asset tips and formulations and the entire development of chemical peelings treatment are critical to apply safely, responsibly and effectively! Chemical peels elucidate the cosmetic, aesthetic and physiological guidelines of the mechanisms of therapeutic and physiological target peels. Tiago Rosa brings formulation tips, protocol development with safety and effectiveness, and all her experience in the aesthetic market! view less
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VISAGISMO & MAQUIAGENS Instituto de Cosmetologia The visagismo marks a form of modern expression. The science of color is a tool to mark new phases, projects and express an identity of a new era of empowerment. The course VISAGISMO & MAQUIAGENS was developed to enable the professional the perspective ...view more The visagismo marks a form of modern expression. The science of color is a tool to mark new phases, projects and express an identity of a new era of empowerment. The course VISAGISMO & MAQUIAGENS was developed to enable the professional the perspective of a logical and not intuitive science. Providing knowledge and ownership of subjects ranging from geometry to aesthetics and beauty standards. We have assembled in a single course from the foundations of visagism, color science and application in experimental models. Full A-Z! view less
Lucas Portilho Instituto de Cosmetologia Lucas Portilho is a cosmetology expert with IPUPO, the union of high-level professionals who currently work in the cosmetic markets throughout Brazil. Their main objective to bring and share knowledge to enable health professionals through updated teachin...view more Lucas Portilho is a cosmetology expert with IPUPO, the union of high-level professionals who currently work in the cosmetic markets throughout Brazil. Their main objective to bring and share knowledge to enable health professionals through updated teaching methods at the highest level. Postgraduate professionals from recognized institutions have higher wages and occupy ever more important positions within companies. view less