Some commercial Bakuchiol products on the market are making claims that aren’t true. Here are 3 red flags and how to avoid them in your Bakuchiol product.
As Bakuchiol grows in popularity, so does the number of knockoffs. Here are five ways to tell if you’re using the right Bakuchiol for your formulation.
More and more beauty brands are looking for an alternative that is as effective as retinol but without all the negative side effects.
Using retinol in formulations can leave out customers with sensitive skin. Sytenol® A (Bakuchiol) offers the same benefits without the side effects.
Bakuchiol has seen its popularity spiked after a publication from Dhaliwal et al in the British Journal of Dermatology in 2018.
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.
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.
Despite what some marketers would like us to believe, no, Bakuchiol is not purple. Learn more about this statement and others analyzed by science.
Natural versus chemical. Babchi oil versus Bakuchiol. Which is better for your skin? Learn the key differences between the two products.