We talk a lot about skin….like a lot. We also talk a lot about the importance of skin health and the skin’s barrier function. To truly appreciate the role that skin plays in your overall health, it’s worth it to understand the structure and function…
Lindsay Wray, a pioneer in the field of silk protein research for over a decade. Education With a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Tufts University, Lindsay Wray worked in the world’s preeminent lab on silk materials research. She studied silk for medical applications such as…
The full Eighteen B collection includes an eye cream, a serum, and two moisturizers. Here's how to build a regimen that supports the skin barrier for skin that looks healthy, hydrated, and radiant.
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B-silk™ protein, our proprietary polypeptide, finally has an official INCI name. Lindsay Wray, our Chief Science Officer, gives us the low-down on what an INCI name means, how we got ours, and why it matters.
We want to be confident about every ingredient that goes into our formulations. That's why we decided not to use silicones in our products. Lindsay, our Chief Science Officer, tells us why she stands by this decision.
Our b-silk™ protein is made through a patented fermentation process. The specifics are under lock and key, but here's a peek at how we make b-silk™ protein. Call us nerdy, but we think it’s pretty cool.