Bakuchiol – a natural alternative to Retinol – shows a holistic treatment approach for facial aging based on its multidirectional activity.
We are pleased to announce that Sytenol® A (Bakuchiol) has been successfully notified as a medium-low risk new cosmetic ingredient on NMPA platform since August 26th, 2022.
A new rebuttal commentary to: “Is Bakuchiol the new skincare hero?” from Raja Sivamani, MD, Board Certified Dermatologist, has been published by the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.
A recent study explored the combination of Bakuchiol and Vanilla tahitensis extract for the improvement of naturally aged skin.
An analysis of Google Trends data shows that the number of searches for this active ingredient has sky-rocketed, but what is Bakuchiol, and why is it attracting so much attention?
Maleka, Founder of the brand Merumaya®, interviewed Marie from Sytheon, the company that manufactures Sytenol® A Bakuchiol.
Sytenol® A Bakuchiol has created its own trend in the personal care industry and market channel and every day we see more followers than ever.
In celebration of Beauty Week 2020, Whole Foods Market global beauty buyers and experts have unveiled their 2nd annual list of top 5 beauty trends in 2020.
Dr. Sivamani, Dermatologist and principal investigator in the British Journal of Dermatology’s publication, answers all the questions you wanted to know about the clinical study Bakuchiol vs Retinol.
Is Natural Safe? Can finished products be used by pregnant women? Toxicologist, Dr. Frank Chuzel, answers those questions.