dsm-firmenich collaborate with ExoLab Italia in Skincare Innovation

dsm-firmenich collaborate with ExoLab Italia in Skincare Innovation

dsm-firmenich, has revealed a groundbreaking collaboration with ExoLab Italia, an innovative start-up specializing in plant-derived exosomal technologies from Italian organic fruits and vegetables. This strategic partnership marks a significant milestone in dsm-firmenich’s broader strategy for innovation and sustained growth in the Personal Care industry.

Exosomes, extracellular vesicles naturally released by cells in all living organisms, serve as a natural delivery system for molecules produced by cells and facilitate intercellular communication. Plant-derived exosomes offer a multitude of benefits for personal care and beauty products, ultimately enhancing skin health. Packed with a powerful blend of antioxidants, vitamins, proteins, lipids, and messenger molecules, these exosomes work in concert to combat signs of aging and promote youthful, radiant-looking skin.

“I am delighted to welcome ExoLab Italia as a new partner to dsm-firmenich. Through this partnership with this pioneer in exosome treatment, we reaffirm our commitment to science as a central element to our innovation and product superiority,” said Emmanuel Butstraen, President Perfumery & Beauty. “We are thrilled to embark on this journey with ExoLab Italia. We truly believe that, together, we have the power to revolutionize the skincare market,” added Parand Salmassinia, President of Personal Care, Perfumery & Beauty at dsm-firmenich. “This collaboration aligns perfectly with our commitment to providing our customers with the highest quality products that meet the growing demand for natural, effective, and sustainable ingredients in the skincare market.”

By leveraging plant-derived exosomes, dsm-firmenich and ExoLab Italia aim to create products that truly redefine holistic beauty and well-being, setting new benchmarks in natural and effective skincare.

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