Two Emirati women have created a line of cosmetic products including soaps, body scrubs and eyeliner or “kohl” made entirely from dates and their seeds.
Why it matters
Consumers are now more conscious about the safety of their cosmetic products and many are looking for cosmetics that are suitable for their skin types. Along with making cosmetics entirely edible what other ways can brands reassure their consumers?
The beauty product ‘Lift+Rellenador Arrugas (lift + wrinkles refill) – Fruits of Diadermine’ have joined forces with plastic surgeon Dr. Peter Caspari and taken inspiration from professional beauty treatments. They’ve developed five techniques of ‘Dermo Ident Massage’ that work to reinforce the action of the ‘lift + wrinkles refill’ formula. Stress reduction, deep wrinkles reduction, radiant smile, drain effect and light-up look are based on acupuncture principles and are focused in three objectives: relax the muscles, postpone the formation of deep wrinkles and relieve the swelling.
Ordinary inkjet printers are being turned into 3D printers that can print human skin cells onto wounds such as burns. Being able to print a perfect match to someone’s healthy skin, this new kind of printing could be a future alternative to skin grafts and may even enter the health and beauty category.