One year later: CosmeticsDesign follows up with Delavie Science & the space age SPF booster

Q A Prebiotic Bacillus Lysate s deep impact on cosmetic industry

Last year, CosmeticsDesign interviewed​ ingredient supplier Delavie Science’s President Kyle Landry about the formulation and launch of its proprietary SPF booster which was created using bacteria tested at the International Space Station. At this year’s NYSCC Supplier’s Day convention, we caught up with Kyle for an update on how this novel ingredient for cosmetic product formulation has been received by consumers thus far, new developments and innovations from Delavie Sciences over the last year and plans for further ingredient research in space.  

CDU: Since speaking with CDU in 2022, have there been any new developments or ingredients innovations from Delavie Sciences?   

Kyle Landry (KL)​: There have been a lot of exciting developments at Delavie. The most exciting is the launch of Aeonia, a line that utilizes our patented, exclusive, and Certified Space Technology ingredient, Bacillus Lysate.  

We launched our Aeonia Age Defying Serum last October, followed by our Eye Refresh in April selling out in just three hours. Later this year we will be releasing a sensitive skin version of our award-winning Age Defying Serum along with a face lotion, both of which leverage the longevity properties of Bacillus Lysate.  

We also have additional patented ingredients in development. We are preparing to launch our enzyme-based ingredient Hydrolytic Enzyme Complex, our second exclusive ingredient, based on technology from Harvard Medical School.  

We also are developing a third ingredient that can increase cell viability while adding protection from various environmental stressors. We are continuing to work through our collection of novel biology to further the development of industry-disrupting technologies. 

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