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Recent in Formulating (page 10 of 40)

Oil-Packed Shave Scrub ‘Shaves’ the Day

Pure Shave Co. founder, Jeanette Rodriguez, aimed to create a new exfoliating shaving product that is free of chemicals and all natural, while providing an irritation-free shave.

Patent Pick: Starch Breakdown Builds Viscosity

Novamont inventors are building something new from complete destruction: viscosity. A new patent application explains, on a more "granular" level.

Elemis’ Pro-Collagen Marine Oil

Pro-Collagen Marine Oil contains three types of seaweeds, white poppy seed oil and abyssinian seed oil to increase hydration and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Read the Label: SteamCream

SteamCream's formula consists of 12 sustainable and natural active ingredients, which includes raw plant extracts and essential oils to help nurture skin.

Naturals Grow the Carboxymethyl Cellulose Market

We could all use a little bonding time to stabilize the formula for happiness in life. And similar to human connections, in personal care, the more natural the bonding, the better. Enter: Carboxymethyl cellulose.

Supplier Roundtable: Care and Protect Hand Creams

Ever thought about how to formulate hand creams for care and protection? As part of a new “Supplier Roundtable” series, experts from the industry were challenged to provide solutions for hand creams.

Let Blue-tiful Skin Glimmer

Awareness of blue light technology is beginning to rise as industries are seeing the damaging effects of this on skin. However, blue light is also seen from a positive perspective and utilized for treatment on skin due to higher energy wavelengths, which kill bacteria.

Patent Pick: Super Absorbent Matrix Extends Fragrance Release

Inventors at fashion and fragrance company PUIG have delayed the inevitable—in a good and cross-linked way. A new European patent application explains.

Eau Thermale Avène’s Cicalfate Restorative Skin Cream

Formulated with sucralfate, copper- zinc sulfate complex and Avène Thermal Spring Water, Cicalfate Restorative Skin Cream can be used by infants, children and adults to promote optimal skin recovery.

[podcast] Formulating Microbiome Care: Watch Your Language

"If it doesn’t have a live cell in it, don’t call it a probiotic," says Larry Weiss, M.D., chief medical officer of AOBiome. "...As we move into this new area, [we must] retain our ability to communicate with consumers effectively."

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