Deinove and Hallstar France co-develop new skin microbiome-targeting cosmetic active

March 31, 2020
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This postbiotic ingredient BIOME Oléoactif contains branched fatty acids extracted from the extremophile Deinococcus bacterial strain using Hallstar’s extraction process (originally developed by French company Oléos) based on the solvent potential of vegetable oils. The final formulation contains the postbiotic ingredient blended with jojoba liquid wax and oat oil. With a projected product launch in April 2020, Deinove joins a host of other players that develop postbiotics ingredients rendering a prebiotic effect to modulate the skin microbiome. Despite entering an increasingly crowded space, greener extraction methods and formulation effectiveness are likely to provide upcoming postbiotic products an edge in the market.

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