Recent in Formulating (page 3 of 40)

Tula’s Plan for Probiotic Innovation

From ingestible supplements to new frontiers in scalp care, Tula is expanding its reach into probiotic beauty.

Exclusive Peek: JooMo's Microbiome-friendly Skin Care Research

Forthcoming research claims to answer the question, “Are modern cosmetics a cause of the skin allergy epidemic?”

Zooming in on HD Cosmetics: Soft Focus Effects

High definition images capture minute details on the face, thus allowing imperfections to be more noticeable. Several formulating techniques and ingredients exist to create cosmetics that impart a “soft focus” effect.

Hydration is at the Forefront of the J-beauty Craze

From UV protection to battling acne, Japanese skin care puts an emphasis on products that focus on skin hydration.

An Offensive Defense: Minimizing Preservatives, Maximizing Protection and Resources

Designing formulations with maximum preservation efficacy using minimum preservative quantities is vital for several reasons, outlined here. This strategy is referred to as an “offensive defense,” and requires leveraging the right preservatives and levels for given formulation designs.

Seeing Red: Clariant Relaunches RedSnow

The active ingredient helps combat the negative effects of air pollution on skin.

EpigenCare Offers Personalized Skin Care via Epigenetics

The company matches consumers to existing skin care products based on their epigenetic profile and skin quality indicators, including aging and DNA damage.

Comparatively Speaking: The INCI Names vs. Properties of Silicone Surfactants

Surface tension is a ruling factor in the formulator's world. In this edition of "Comparatively Speaking," Tony O'Lenick explains its influence on foam and wetting; he also demonstrates how little the INCI name reveals about a material's properties.

Glow Recipe's Watermelon Pink Juice Moisturizer

Watermelon Pink Juice Moisturizer utilizes botanicals and watermelon extract in this gel formula, and provides antioxidants and moisture to the skin.

Becca's Anti-Fatigue Under Eye Primer

Anti-Fatigue Under Eye Primer cools and preps skin using ingredients such as caffeine and matcha green tea to reduce puffiness and promote a healthy appearance.

Supplier Roundtable: Optimizing the Efficacy of Actives

Active ingredients attract today's personal care consumers. As such, in this month's Cosmetics & Toiletries Supplier Roundtable, experts weighed in on how to optimize the efficacy of active ingredients.

Lemon Aids in Skin Care

When life gives you lemons, utilize them for skin toning and brightening. Alban Muller has developed a new ingredient with these properties among others to help not only skin, but also oily hair and oral hygiene.

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