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I found in this
"In combination with hyaluronic acid and plant extracts, the polymer ensures deep and efficient cleaning of skin, toning, and waste removal and affects the intensity and duration of
." What is it?
edited June 7
Biologically Active Substances? I've been googling my ass off and can't find it either. I have no idea.
The sentence right after it is:
"Therefore, it is recommended to use “Aristoflex AVC” in products for aging skin....."
so probably something to do with Aging Skin?
BAS effect: Bloody Amazing Skin effect. Obvious, really.
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The BAS effect in all references I could find it was Biologically Active Substance, didn't matter if the subject was food-science, water processing, ethnobotany or something fourth. The references don't give a much of a clue by titles either as they reference a book chapter and an article, one on preservatives and one on hydrocolloids, respectively.
mentioned also states:
In combination with hyaluronic acid and plant extracts, the polymer ensures deep and efficient cleaning of skin, toning, and waste removal and affects the intensity and duration of
Which goes well with the
mention of both the micellar formation of low-concentration some copolymers along with delayed-release drug delivery in regard to block polymers. (
With that said, someone should tell the authors that is it is poor style to write an article without adding a list of abbreviations!
Dabbling Formulator, cosmetic safety assessor, and experienced in claim substantiation & EU regulatory affairs.
Thanks all of you, Doreen first!
Wish I could've been of more help.
I totally agree with
, it's indeed poor style of the authors not to explain the meaning of the used abbreviations.
There are some people on this forum who could do with an explanation list as well...
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