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Dec 08, 2010 | 12:51 PM CST
By: Rachel L. Grabenhofer
This edition of "Patent Picks" features recently issued patents relevant to cosmetic product development, from antimicrobial compositions and ceramide emulsions, to foaming alcohol, fragrances and cysteine to counteract malodor, among others.
Oct 12, 2010 | 10:47 AM CDT
Sederma has designed an active that minimizes both facial and underarm hair growth by refining the hair diameter and regulating the production of inflammatory mediators known to stimulate hair growth.
Dec 22, 2009 | 08:56 AM CST
Scientists from the Beiersdorf Skin Research Center in Hamburg, Germany, have identified a single protein molecule that is responsible for the odor associated with sweat.
Dec 01, 2009 | 10:39 AM CST
By: Prapaporn Boonme, Mattha Aporn, Sirowan Khwank…
In the present article, sago starch-containing perfumed and cooling body powders are formulated and their physicochemical properties for potential skin irritation are examined. The results indicate that sago starch could potentially be used as the main component in body powders.
Nov 23, 2009 | 10:38 AM CST
NineSigma has published a request for an active ingredient alternative to aluminum salts for antiperspirants. Request for Proposal # 65457 involves a company looking to manufacture an aluminum-free antiperspirant.
Oct 05, 2009 | 12:53 PM CDT
This w/s emulsifier was created for color cosmetic and antiperspirant emulsions. It optimizes the dimethicone chain length and the polyether composition to provide a silky skin feel and good emulsification properties.
Sep 22, 2009 | 10:17 AM CDT
This active is an environmentally friendly, non-organochloride that helps to fight body odor by controlling the growth of free Gram-positive bacteria and disrupting the biofilm formed by C. xerosis bacteria.
Sep 15, 2009 | 03:39 PM CDT
By: Anthony J. O'Lenick, Jr., Siltech LLC
Cosmetic formulas include solutions, creams/emulsions, lotions, ointments/pastes, suspensions, tablets, powders, gels, sticks and aerosols. Here, Tony O'Lenick turns to Perry Romanowski to discuss their differences.
May 04, 2009 | 10:25 AM CDT
By: Eric S. Abrutyn, TPC2 Advisors Ltd., Inc.
Deodorants have been used for more than 5,000 years, with every major civilization having left a record of efforts to mask body odors. Over time, applications have evolved from masking offensive odors with simple perfumed oil, to today’s complex deodorant and antiperspirant (AP) applications.
Nov 20, 2008 | 09:28 AM CST
Symrise has obtained exclusive marketing rights to new cosmetic active ingredients from its strategic partnership with biotech specialists.