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Feb 06, 2008 | 11:58 AM CST
The Personal Care Product Council (PCPC) has released a statement on phthalate exposure in baby care products.
Aug 31, 2007 | 11:28 AM CDT
By: Corey T. Cunningham, PhD, Stacy A. Mundschau a…
The sensitive and delicate nature of infant skin has been well addressed by the current products in the marketplace. More serious skin conditions require a special level of performance. This report highlights the development of surfactant bases designed not to trigger a response during use while maintaining traditional aesthetics.
Aug 28, 2007 | 02:27 PM CDT
The following formulation is a light detangler that will complement children with fine hair.
Jul 17, 2007 | 04:16 PM CDT
The following formula is a w/o cream created for babies.
May 22, 2007 | 03:01 PM CDT
Meadowfoam oil has raised its profile as a key ingredient in personal care products, primarily due to its oxidative stability. Reportedly, it also can extend the shelf life of other less-stable ingredients.
Jan 16, 2007 | 10:44 AM CST
This formulation foams comparably to mass-produced brands; however, the viscosity generated is slightly higher.
Aug 24, 2006 | 11:02 AM CDT
British baby company Maclaren will introduce its first beauty line this fall.
Dec 13, 2005 | 09:55 PM CST
By: Edward K. Boisits, PhD, International Research…
Within the embryonic/fetal development program, skin is of major importance. Much of the activity in skin development is centered around formation of the epidermis, which ultimately generates the stratum corneum. The present article touches the surface of the structure and function of neonatal skin.
Aug 03, 2005 | 02:01 PM CDT
By: Charles Fox, Independent Consultant
A Bioderm Research patent discusses baby care skin protectant compositions containing zeolites for diaper rash. The invention is based on certain novel divalent metal and quaternary ammonium complexes (ion pairs) of zeolites.
Jul 25, 2005 | 01:07 PM CDT
By: E.K. Boisits and S.R. Schwartz, International …
Knowledge of neonatal skin is essential to formulate safe and effective products for infant skin. Once the safety profile of a formulation has been established, performance testing is required to assess the effectiveness of the material relative to its intended purpose.