Recent in Formulating (page 6 of 40)

Korean Team Puts Their 'Finger' on the Next Nutricosmetic

The oral intake of Chinese ginger, otherwise known as fingerroot or Boesenbergia pandurata, was recently found to improve skin hydration, wrinkling and gloss. How? Read on to learn more.

Tenzing's Shaving Line

The Face Moisturizer, Pre-Shave Oil and Shave Cream help hydrate and strengthen the skin for a clean and close shave.

X’s and O’s for This Moisturizer

The Bio.digital Perfection Moisturizer uses biotech innovation to hydrate, brighten and reduce wrinkles within 28 days.

[podcast] P&G Scientists on Personal Genetics and 'Good Agers'

P&G has been busy unraveling genetic mysteries to apply in new product concepts. How? This exclusive interview, with Olay scientists, explains. Listen now!

[in-cosmetics Global] Seppic’s Sublime Subligana

Seppic is helping change the skin care game with its latest ingredient launch, benefitting skin that is prone to acne. The ingredient has various perks and was tested in vivo to prove its efficacy.

New Hydrophilic Microspheres Make Stability Sensual

While beauty is in the eye of the beholder, texture and feel effects are in their hands. That's why cosmetic ingredients that impart sensory benefits, such as a new powder from Grant Industries, are impactful in formulations.

Eco-friendly Microparticles Carry Delivery Promise

Interest in cosmetic actives continues to grow, and delivery systems—especially eco-friendly ones—are a next logical market sector to follow. The timing might be right for findings in delivery such as those reported here, from the labs of Pierre Fabre and Université Paul Sabatier.

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