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Evonik Unveils Cleansing Technologies with Biosurfactants

Evonik is now the first company to use biotech methods for producing industrial-scale quantities of biosurfactants, which are key components of modern shampoos, shower gels and household cleansers.

Fulfill Your Film Curiosity

Films impart more than just a tacky layer on skin—they've gained formulators' attention for the protection they afford and the sensory characteristics they can provide. Researchers from Imperial College London studied their behavior more closely using a film formed by the antiperspirant active aluminium chlorohydrate with water and glycerol.

Jouviance’s Collagen Hero

It is not a bird or a plane, Jouviance’s Restructiv Collagen Boost is a needle-free filler serum, which benefits the skin by reversing signs of aging. The serum was proven to reduce the appearance of deep wrinkles, fine lines and pores.

Technology and Impulse Purchasing Are Driving the Foundation Cream Market

According to research from Technavio, the global foundation cream market it expected to grow steadily at a CAGR of almost 5% until 2020.

Plantasens Creates Texture Transformations for Face, Hair and Body

Clariant revealed Metamorphosis, the new Plantasens collection for face, body and hair care that provides the consumer with textures that transform during application.

Energize Men's Hair Care Routine

Men, improve your hair routine by cutting down time with ProRituals’ 2-in-1 Men’s Energizing Shampoo. This shampoo is multifunctional, formulated to cleanse, condition and awaken the senses.

Exuviance Makes Sleeping Beauty Possible

NeoStrata Company, Inc., has introduced its Exuviance Overnight Recovery Masque, morphing the user into a “sleeping beauty.”

AmorePacific's Aestura Brand Gets New Whitening Ingredient

AmorePacific developed the ingredient with 3D molecular modeling, which allowed the material to achieve greater stability and a stronger brightening effect compared to Kazinol F.

Is Differin Gel Changing the Anti-Acne Game?

The FDA has approved Galderma Laboratories’ Differin Gel 0.1% (adapalene gel 0.1%) for OTC use, the first in a class of drugs known as retinoids to be made available OTC for the treatment of acne.

L'Oréal Set to Acquire Société des Thermes de Saint-Gervais-les-Bains and Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc License

Healing waters are at the center of the latest acquisition target, which has a strong spa legacy.

Prognostication Positive for Anti-aging Products

Strong growth is expected in the Indian and Indonesian anti-aging markets, where the compound annual growth rate for 2014 to 2015 was 17.8 percent and 15 percent, respectively.

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