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Recent in Formulating (page 15 of 40)

Supplier Roundtable: Skin-Balancing Makeup Remover

Ever thought about how to formulate a skin-balancing makeup remover? As part of a new “Supplier Roundtable” series, experts from the industry were challenged to provide solutions for these formulating issues.

Read the Label: Any Cushion Color Corrector SPF 34 Pa++

Multi-tasking products, such as in this line, fall in between skin care and makeup, and are popular among Millennials. This column will review the ingredient listing for claims substantiation and functionality.

Silab’s Care for Males With No Hair

Balding is a concern for males of nearly all ages, according to Euromonitor. Silab is responding to this concern with a new ingredient, which supports hair growth.

Patent Pick: Resorcinol in the Thick of Fuller Hair

P&G inventors know bigger is better, at least in the eyes of hair care consumers. That's why a recent invention explores the use of resorcinol and other ingredients to beef up skimpy hair.

[NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2017] Future Chemists Workshop

For the first time, NYSCC Suppliers' Day introduced a workshop for aspiring formulators, chemists and students to develop a relatively easy formula by following an instructor who is a professional in the industry.

Manage Marvelous Hair with Mud

The Moroccan Mud-Poo is a natural shampoo that helps detoxify and deep clean the hair.

This Skin Cleanser isn’t a Yolk!

The Egg White Pore Foam rids the skin of dirt, oil and other impurities by gently clearing and tightening the pores.

Time to Tan Clean

The Quickie Concentrate allows for a golden tan while using non-toxic ingredients that are plant-based.

[NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2017] INOLEX Showcases Alternative Preservatives

In an effort to develop safe products for skin, while also remaining cost-friendly and staying green, INOLEX featured a number of alternative preservatives at NYSCC Suppliers' Day 2017.

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