Capture the regenerating power of the ocean & protect stem cells from pollutants

Capture the regenerating power of the ocean & protect stem cells from pollutants

14 Jun 2018, 10:30 - 11:00

Technical Seminars Theatre
Language:
English

Giant kelp, a giant alga, is a symbol of the dynamism of life in the ocean. The alga can grow to 45 meters in one season. It has the world’s fastest linear growth.

Regeneration, nutrition and shelter functions are the 3 properties of the giant kelp that inspired Ashland to design SeaStem™. The proprietary Zeta Fraction™ technology was selected to capture the exceptional biological properties.

Based on the protective and regenerative properties of giant kelp, Seastem has been developed and tested to counteract the noxious effect of pollution (ultrafine particles) on epidermal stem cells and preserve the skin’s self-renewing properties.

Contributors

  • Neil Astles

    Speaker

    Global Marketing Manager - Biofunctionals

    Ashland

    Neil Astles, graduated in Biology at the University of Science of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France. His professional experience has lead him to...

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