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L’Oreal announces scientific collaboration

14th December 2007

Beauty product company L’Oreal has announced it is to co-operate with Light BioScience to develop skincare products utilising its skin rejuvenation technology.

Light BioScience is the firm behind the GentleWaves LED Photomodulation medical device which is used by spas in many different countries.

The device stimulates the skin using LEDs.

L’Oreal’s executive vice-president of research and development Jean-Francois Grollier said sharing knowledge would allow the two companies to offer consumers a new approach to skincare.

A joint statement issued by Rick Krupnick, chief executive officer of Light BioScience, and David H McDaniel, the man who developed the theory behind Photomodulation, said they are excited about the collaboration.

“We can take advantage of the support of the world’s leading cosmetics research force to jointly develop some new and highly promising applications in skin devices,” they stated.

Earlier this year, L’Oreal was awarded the Prix des Decideurs prize by French business magazine L’Expansion for its commitment to innovation.

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