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Green, Transparent Self-tanner Wins 'Gold' at SEPAWA

Givaudan's Vegetan Gold ingredient, produced via a green process, offers formulators a transparent, eco-friendly DHA oil for self tanners and other applications. Plus, it won "gold" at the Sepawa Congress. That's quite a few feats. And color adjectives.

Marine Ingredient Wins Gold, Has Us All—Especially Skin—Talking

A new marine-derived ingredient from Lipotec is all talk. And action. Not to mention the fact that it just won the gold.

Black is the New Black

Black—or pearlescent black, rather—is the new black. At least, that's what Sun Chemical believes. It launched a new effect pigment during in-cosmetics Latin America.

VIDEO: How Antibacterial Cleansers Led to Preservatives in Cosmetics

This seventh and final video in our triclosan series with David Steinberg gives the history of how contaminated antibacterial cleansers led to safely preserved cosmetics. It also highlights how preservative-free and natural movements are unraveling product safety.

No Need to Ask, These Wipes Can Multi-Task

Whether taking off makeup, cleansing a baby's face or wiping down after a workout, Babo Botanicals' 3-in-1 Multi-Tasking Cleansing Wipes can benefit children and adults in a variety of ways.

Did You Get Our Free E-book? What Did You Think?

Think back. . .several months ago, we produced a free e-book about color ingredients and formulas. Did you download it? Was it useful? We want to know. Please take our survey--and tell us what other books you'd like to see.

Cannabis Oil Product to Expand for Beauty, Cosmetics

A new license allows Growblox to convert cannabis plants to oil, which can be used to manufacture beauty aids, cosmetics and other products.

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C&T Formulary: Color

Visit the Cosmetics & Toiletries Bench Reference, our free, exclusive online directory of formulas and ingredients, for details on these formulas and more.

Speeding Up R&D: Spotting Clues to Anticipate Stability Problems

Besides directing cosmetic beginners to read the abundant literature in the field of stability, the aim of this article is to give some clues for starting stability matters “with the right foot”—indeed, to anticipate stability problems helps to speed up the R&D process.

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