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A Hairy Situation

This collection of Cosmetics & Toiletries articles reviews the latest in hair care technology. Using micro- and nano-sized technologies to improve hairstyling is covered by R Lochhead, K McLeod, W Byrd and S Kirkland. Also, a “Hair Care Formulary” is provided to showcase styling, shampoo, conditioner and treatment formulations, as submitted by suppliers into the Cosmetic Bench Reference.

Growth In Professional Oral Care Led by Anti-caries and Whitening

The U.S. professional oral care market grew 5.1% over the last three years to reach $426.5 million in 2013, according to Kline & Company's Professional Oral Care USA market report.

Ending the Cycle of Split Ends

Split end maintenance is a significant consumer need in the hair care market. New research shows additional discoveries in the formation of split ends, compositions containing polyelectrolyte complexes used to repair them and microscopy techniques to communicate the breakthrough benefit to the consumer.

Enhancing Hairstyling with Micro- and Nano-phase Technologies

Nanostructured materials are being introduced to personal care technologies to offer better resistance to moisture, to enhance strength and to confer stimuli responsive behavior. Some of the scientific advances that build upon new knowledge in this emerging field are highlighted in this article.

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