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Mar 19, 2007 | 09:44 AM CDT
Treatt USA has expanded its From the Named Food (FTNF) Treattarome range.
Mar 14, 2007 | 10:58 AM CDT
The p53 protein has not only been shown to prompt the skin to tan in response to UV light, it also may reduce sun-seeking behavior.
Mar 14, 2007 | 10:13 AM CDT
The CTFA has requested public comment on two new microbiology guidelines by March 30, 2007.
Mar 13, 2007 | 04:29 PM CDT
This formulation is a sun cream for sensitive skin.
Mar 13, 2007 | 04:03 PM CDT
Green tea has become popular in the past several years, but white tea is showing substantial growth across many beauty categories.
Mar 13, 2007 | 03:55 PM CDT
Arch Personal Care Products has developed a natural active designed to regulate the skin’s ability to channel moisture to the areas where it is needed most.
Mar 05, 2007 | 03:29 PM CST
One of the hottest trends in the hair care market today is volumizing. Consumers seek out the gravity defying, age defying, healthy and gorgeous benefits of volume through a number of commercially available volume-enhancing products...
Mar 02, 2007 | 11:27 AM CST
By: Katie Schaefer, Cosmetics & Toiletries
Water conventionally has been used in personal care as the starting ingredient in formulations, but rarely has it been the single ingredient in an aerosol delivery system. When Drew Aultman, founder and president of Watersall started her company she decided to focus on water... literally just water.
Mar 02, 2007 | 11:20 AM CST
By: Bud Brewster, Cosmetics & Toiletries
This column has shown that many preservatives and preservative boosters have their killing and boosting effects at the cell wall. It seems likely that at least some of the preservative boosters will never become listed preservatives because they’ve bumped against a different kind of wall — a regulatory one.
Mar 02, 2007 | 10:46 AM CST
By: Hongbo Zhai, MD, and Howard I. Maibach, MD, Un…
Described here was an in vivo model to determine antioxidative capacity of a topical skin care emulsion versus the emulsion’s vehicle on human skin that was exposed to UVR. Results suggest the test emulsion and its vehicle control inhibited the induction of erythema and reduced inflammation caused by the UV exposure.