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Splish Splash Colonial Chemical’s New Ingredients Are Taking Baths

Rub-a-dub-dub in the tub with Colonial Chemical, Inc.’s four new ingredients: ColaTeric CDB, ColaDet BSC-ND, ColaDet EQ-20 and SugaDet Pearl, which benefit cleansing in various ways.

Hard Water Raises Risk of Infant Eczema

Researchers from King's College London have uncovered a new hard (water) truth: hard water, i.e., that containing higher levels of calcium carbonate, increases the risk of eczema in infants.

Duck Low, Jump High and Relieve Pain with Golf Goo

Don't let pain drag down your adventures. Battle physical body stressors with Green Goo's Golf Goo 'Swing Oil.' Golf Goo is formulated to relieve inflammation.

2-in-1 Highlighter and Blush Fights Aging

Fight aging, while applying color with the 2-in-1 Beauty For Real’s Blush + Glo Cream Blush And Luminizer, formulated to leave skin looking younger and healthy.

Study Reveals New Effects of Hormones on Skin Tone

New research from the University of Pennsylvania reveals that progesterone or estrogen can lighten or darken the skin, respectively.

C&T Formulary: Hair Care

Slick and straight or curly-cue, this free Hair Care Formulary offers the latest and greatest that raw material suppliers have to offer for hair. To see more, visit our Cosmetics & Toiletries Bench Reference.

Total Wellness Achieved by Traditional Means: Ayurveda in Cosmetics, Part II

The herbal beauty care business has given rise to an opportunity for ayurvedic cosmetics. To remain genuine to their ancient tradition, such cosmetics should adhere to their founding principles while leveraging the synergies between ayurveda theory and cosmetics. Part one revealed these connections and related formulating theories. This second part discusses ayurvedic ingredients and applications.

Fighting the Good Fight: Hydration’s Role in Keeping the Skin Healthy

Human skin is subjected to all sorts of challenges from the various environments it encounters. so, keeping it hydrated is crucial to maintaining its ability to respond and defend the body.

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