Recent studies show Lubrizol’s Fensebiome™ peptide offers new benefits to the scalp microbiota.

Lubrizol Life Science Beauty announces results of new tests for Fensebiome™ peptide applied on the scalp. Recent data showed an increase in beneficial scalp microbiota that tends to decrease with age and a modulation of age-induced microbiota changes, associated with a rejuvenated and healthier scalp.
The ingredient was also tested on two panels of volunteers: a group of women with sensitive scalps and a group of men with bald sensitive scalps. Both groups found that Fensebiome™ peptide soothed the scalp, leaving it feeling hydrated and with less itchiness and desquamation. In addition, new in vitro tests showed a reduction of Kallicrein-5 and PAR-2 activation, which helps relieve inflammatory and itching skin and scalp conditions.
Fensebiome™ peptide had previously shown to have transformational effects on the skin by reinforcing the double cutaneous barrier, promoting microbiota balance and enhancing the physical barrier, helping to achieve a healthier and younger appearance.
The heptapeptide can now be incorporated into scalp formulations designed to reduce sensitivity, prevent dehydration, and rejuvenate the scalp as well as form part of skin care products aiming to strengthen the double cutaneous barrier, even under harsh conditions with a prebiotic and probiotic-inspired solution.
To learn more about Fensebiome™ peptide, visit Lubrizol website.

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