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Luminous Skin Possible via Fungi-derived Ingredient

Lipotec's Actizyme advanced botanical ingredient was found to improve skin clarity and luminosity in a new in vivo study.

Formulary

Cosmetics & Toiletries Formulary: Sun Care

For many, the spring season is here and a welcomed break after a long winter. Getaways have been booked for weeks for a little fun in the sun—which calls for serious sun protection. In this light, we present the following sun care formulary, for your consideration.

Photostability Leads the Way: Formulating Safer Sunscreens

The need to prevent skin from UV damage is well-understood but the most effective way to achieve this is not. Here, a novel photostabilizer is presented in a test pump sunscreen spray formula as part of a total photoprotection strategy.

Givaudan Perfume Releases Floral Captive Molecule Esterly

Givaudan Perfume has recently released its latest floral captive molecule, Esterly, which include apple and strawberry notes.

BASF Previews in-cosmetics Global Line-up

BASF is focused on its "Personal Care Elements" at in-cosmetics Global 2018, with ingredients meant to maintain, protect, beautify and cleanse.

AMSilk to Exhibit at in-cosmetics Global 2018

The synthetic silk biopolymer supplier will present its Silkgel and Silkbeads ingredients.

Chanel to Launch 3D Printed Brush for Better Application

Chanel worked with Erpro 3D, a 3D printing service provider, for over 10 years and conducted 100 rounds of tests before the brush's shape was perfected.

Comparatively Speaking: Hydrotrope vs. Emulsifier

Both emulsifiers and hydrotropes are used in personal care formulas. They show several similarities but serve different functions. In this installment of our "Comparatively Speaking" series, Tony O'Lenick explains.

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