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Patent Pick: Natural Alternative to Triclosan

Oregano has grown beyond its status as a kitchen window herb garden component. A new patent is leveraging its carvacrol content to replace triclosan in antimicrobial soaps.

Leave Rosacea Redness in the Dust

People affected by rosacea can now part ways with the rosiness utilizing Allergan's RHOFADE. The topical treatment will help manage the condition and relieve redness caused by rosacea.

Letter to the Editor: Beautiful Yet Depressing

In this Letter to the Editor regarding our controversial January sunscreen article, after 50 years of working in sun protection, John Woodruff now questions his contributions. Read his letter, here.

Letter to the Editor: Congratulations

"I found this information focused on the consumer, something that we as formulators need." In his Letter to the Editor, Daniel Mauricio Sánchez gives Cosmetics & Toiletries a thumb's up for the controversial January sun protection article.

Dark Cherry Lips to Spark Your Fascination

A dark cherry color, hydration, protection ... all this and more is included in Givaudan Active Beauty's S3D Fascination lip gloss. Additionally, this product is formulated to have anti-aging properties among other benefits.

Go Gold with Givaudan Active Beauty

At the end of Givaudan Active Beauty's rainbow, you find a pot full of PrimalHyal Gold. The active cosmetic ingredient is a new technology, part of the company’s hyaluronic acid range for a variety of oil-based formulas.

Letter to the Editor: Criticisms of 'Safer Solar Protection' Article

"My feeling is that the paper by Stanek and Gupta, in its present form, might add to the sunscreen confusion." In this letter to the editor, Paolo Giacomoni, Ph.D., provides his opinion on what the authors missed.

Supplier Roundtable: High-SPF, Non-whitening Sun Protection

Ever thought about how to formulate a non-whitening, high-SPF product? As part of a new “Supplier Roundtable” series, experts from the industry were challenged to provide solutions for these formulating issues.

A Poison to Poise Age

Scientists from Geneva discovered a small protein found in a spider's venom holds anti-aging properties. In a goal to achieve clinical beauty, the team created a campaign to raise enough money and create a cosmetics range.

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