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Protect Skin with Natural Silicone Alternative

Obtained from milk thistle, Alban Muller's Lipolami ER is a silicone-free cosmetic ingredient to protect skin against aggressors. Tested for luxurious textures, it applies smoothly and can be utilized with foaming products.

A Poppin’ Multifunctional Skin Emollient

Harvested from white poppies, Northstar Lipids' English Poppy seed oil helps skin feel smoother without irritation, in addition to improving hair conditions.

Getting Their Daily Dose: Consumer-friendly Sunscreens for Maximum Compliance

It’s well-known that consumers do not apply sunscreen as much or as often as needed to ensure sun protection. These everyday products help by the incorporation of sun protection into their formulas.

Sun Protection in Daily Products Alters Behavior

The boundaries between skin care and sun care have been torn down as consumers seek sun protection for its anti-aging effects just as much as they do its cancer-fighting aspects.

Formulary

C&T Formulary: Skin Care

Formulate products to revitalize skin's energy, gently wash away impurities and more with ideas from this new Skin Care Formulary, excerpted from our online Cosmetics & Toiletries Bench Reference.

Solubilizer Formulating Oils and Water

Evonik has launched TEGO Solve 55, a PEG-free solubilizer for essential and perfume oils in water-based cosmetic formulations. The ingredient is completely based on renewable raw materials, which makes it most suitable for natural cosmetics.

Omyadent Gives Smiles a Sparkle

Omya has introduced Omyadent, an ingredient to help whiten, clean and desensitize teeth, among other benefits.

Flourish your Lashes

Ecco Bella’s Flowercolor Natural Mascara is available in black and brown colors, helping lashes volumize, lengthen and extend.

Control Your Sunless Spray Tan

Selfie Tan’n Go Continuous Sunless Spray helps give skin an immediate tan, darkening skin within the first two to four hours.

Problems with Skin Protectants Part III, New System Sets the Rules

To develop successful skin protectants, this article suggests a new HLB system for balancing oil- and water-repellence without sacrificing one for the other. This final article in a three-part series proposes chemically modified perfluoropolyethers (PFPEs), whose structures impart different levels of both oil- and water-repellence, providing a true shielding mechanism.

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