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Fermentation Cosmetics: Bubbling Over With Innovation, Literally

While fermentation is perhaps best known for its application in food production, the process has gained interest from the cosmetics industry. This article briefly reviews recent examples of fermentation ingredients in cosmetics.

Editor's Note: Circling Back

Many choice clichés poetically describe the philosophical purpose and feel-good benefits of sustainable practices. But in any industry, the bottom line is: there is a bottom line. The good news is, the two can coexist.

Formulary

Cosmetics & Toiletries Formulary: Eco-friendly

We've made it to February and for many of us, spring is (hopefully) just around the corner. As we emerge and reconnect with nature, consider these eco-friendly formulas for your customers.

Safer Solar Protection Part II, Going Beyond UV Defense

Recent research has focused on nature’s ways of protecting living organisms, from plankton and cyanobacteria to humans, from the sun. With the proper topical delivery systems, some of these biomechanisms may prove beneficial to consumers and marketers.

Anti-Aging Ingredient Leaves Zen-Like Smooth Skin

If you plan to go to in-cosmetics London and visit RAHN AG, attendees will learn about DEFENSIL-SOFT, which will leave skin feeling at zen. This newly launched ingredient has various benefits for the skin, including anti-aging effects.

Dr. Ronald Moy’s DNARenewal Collection

DNARenewal is a five-product collection that uses DNA repair enzymes to repair damaged skin and help reduce cancer rates by improving skin health in a clean and effective way.

Wipe Away Baby Wipe Worries

WaterPura Baby Wipes are chemical free and safer to assure that babies don't have a harsh reaction that causes doctors to mistreat their rashes.

Procare Hair Care System by Reviv3

The three-piece hair care collection includes Cleanser Shampoo, Moisture+ Conditioner and Micro-Activ3 Treatment for fine and low-volume hair.

Patent Pick: Natural Alternative to Triclosan

Oregano has grown beyond its status as a kitchen window herb garden component. A new patent is leveraging its carvacrol content to replace triclosan in antimicrobial soaps.

Leave Rosacea Redness in the Dust

People affected by rosacea can now part ways with the rosiness utilizing Allergan's RHOFADE. The topical treatment will help manage the condition and relieve redness caused by rosacea.

Letter to the Editor: Beautiful Yet Depressing

In this Letter to the Editor regarding our controversial January sunscreen article, after 50 years of working in sun protection, John Woodruff now questions his contributions. Read his letter, here.

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