Mary Kay Inc, recently has revealed breakthrough research on a treatment that diminishes the visible effects of pollution and ageing on human skin.
The findings were shared at the first International Societies for Investigative Dermatology (ISID) Meeting, significantly improving skin firmness and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over the course of the study.
“Mary Kay scientists have spent years researching the latest ingredient innovations to best defend against free radicals and help delay the onset of premature skin ageing from environmental and lifestyle stressors such as car exhaust and air pollution,” said its Chief Innovation Officer, Product and Science, Dr Lucy Gildea.
Presented at the 2023 ISID, the findings are just the latest efforts by Mary Kay to reinforce the brand’s long-standing commitment to advancing research and development in skin health and beauty.
In a statement, Mary Kay said the research was also published in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science.
Since 2016, scientists at Mary Kay have been investigating the effects of air pollution on skin through multiple academic collaborations.
Previous efforts have analysed the biochemical responses of human skin cells to various forms of pollution, including diesel exhaust and urban air pollution. Key findings revealed a proprietary blend of antioxidants reduces those responses.
Mary Kay is dedicated to investing in the science behind beauty and manufacturing cutting-edge skincare, colour cosmetics, nutritional supplements and fragrances.
Source: BERNAMA News Agency