Investigation of photodamaged dry facial skin from different ethnic groups

Lipotype put online a new skin lipidomics customer reference with Royal DSM about lipid analysis for the investigation of photodamaged dry facial skin from different ethnic groups.


The project in short
Even though decades of moisturizer development have passed, dry facial skin remains a major concern for consumers. Thus, DSM’s aim was to understand more precisely the underlying biochemistry, particularly of the maturation of the stratum corneum and its relation to facial photodamage, skin pigmentation and ethnicity. In contrast to traditional research of skin analyte composition, a more revolutionary ‘omic’ approach was applied.


What Lipotype did
With its mass spectrometry-based Shotgun Skin Lipidomics technology Lipotype delivered lipid analysis of the ceramidome, the entirety of ceramides. The results precisely highlight changes in ceramide composition and distribution which help to explain the differences in facial skin barrier function, hydration and stratum corneum maturation, but also the skin care need of the differently pigmented skin types.


About DSM
Royal DSM is a purpose-led global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living. With its innovative business solutions for human nutrition, animal nutrition, personal care and aroma, medical devices, green products and applications, DSM is driving economic prosperity, environmental progress and social advances to create sustainable value. DSM’s purpose is to create brighter lives for people today and generations to come.


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Customer reference Royal DSM: lipid analysis for investigation of photodamaged dry facial skin from different ethnic groups


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