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BB Cream Launches in US Increase Nearly 50% Since 2012

Reported usage for other color cosmetic products include 53% for mascara, 48% for lip gloss, 45% for lipstick, eye liner and foundation, 43% for blusher, 42% for eye shadow, and 40% for powder.

Drawing the Line on Wrinkles

A new effective strategy to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles involves supporting the production of structural proteins involved in skin cohesion at the dermal-epidermal junction with a new biomimetic peptide created by solid phase.

Enhancing Shine and Gloss in Sticks

Sensient Technologies Corp. has launched two ingredients that improve the shine and gloss of lipsticks, glosses and more due to their refractive indices.

Rimmel Sources Invista for Lycra Technology in Mascara, Nail Polish

Rimmel London has partnered with Invista to incorporate its Lycra technology into mascara and nail polish.

Ethnic Variation in Skin Properties: Quo Vadis?

Part I of this piece, published in the April issue of C&T magazine, began an update on the quantity and quality of dermatological knowledge on the skinmetrics of racial differences in skin structure and function. Part II completes this update and offers an interpretation in reference to skin care for different ethnic groups.

Macroalgae in Nutricosmetics

Ingested macroalgae and its extracts can provide antiaging benefits such as inhibition of matrix enzymes, glycation, inflammatory activity and elastin calcification. Here, the authors investigated macroalgal extracts on insulin levels of test subjects to determine whether they could control glucose levels.

Ethnic Variation in Skin Properties: Quo Vadis?--Part I

This article explores and attempts to clarify recent objective data that has become available in the context of transepidermal water loss (TEWL), water content (WC) [via conduc­tance, capacitance, resistance and impedance], etc. to photodamage to differentiate skin properties of different ethnic groups.

Anti-aging Helping Mature Hair Care Markets

The U.S. and Japanese hair care markets are being bolstered by anti-aging ingredients and sunscreens.

Time-strained U.S. Consumers Increasingly Turn to Multi-Purpose Products

A new report from Canadean shows that facial care will remain the largest skin care category in the U.S. to 2017, and multi-purpose products will increase in popularity with time-constrained consumers.

Read the Label Online: Peter Thomas Roth Oilless Oil 100% Purified Squalane

“Feels like an oil, acts like an oil, but it’s not an oil.” Okay, then what is this emollient? It is chemically equivalent to other types of squalane derived from shark liver or olive, but created during an exclusive fermentation process from sugarcane.

Ingredient Innovations Fuel Hair Care

A video featuring beauty and personal care, as well as ingredient, analysts from Euromonitor notes how shifting consumer expectations for hair care are being driven by different ingredient trends and offerings.

Nonaqueous Emulsions: History and Current Specialized Applications

Since the early 1980s, nonaqueous emulsions have attracted technical interest as potential vehicles and delivery systems for personal care products. This is due to the development of a broad range of silicone-based emulsifiers, silicone polymers and other polymeric emulsifiers that have enabled their use. This article will briefly review their history and evolution into current-day specialized applications.

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