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Formulary

C&T Formulary: Bath and Body

Supplier-submitted formulas for Bath and Body products including antiperspirants, bar soaps and body wash.

Century-old Dead Sea Mud Fights Acne

Adovia Dead Sea Mud Soap is a must-have for acne-prone skin. It removes dirt and cleanses skin while simultaneously infusing it with minerals essential to keeping skin hydrated and moisturized.

Formulating Aftershave

Besides soothing and calming irritated skin, aftershaves are expected to refresh the skin, provide emolliency, reduce blood flow, tone skin, impart scent and antibacterial benefits, and prevent folliculitis, among others. Relevant ingredients for these functions are discussed here in terms of three categories of aftershaves: fluid transparent solutions, thick gels and fluid emulsion lotions.

Wise Words From the Bench With John Carson

Today’s formulators must deliver unique products onto the market, and sustaining a long career in cosmetic formulating often means being able to create these innovative formulas for a number of product categories. No one understands this better than John Carson, who in his 40+ years in personal care formulation has created soaps, baby shampoos, sunscreens, antiperspirants and body washes, just to name a few.

Read the Label: Dove Men+Care Clean Comfort Body and Face Wash

This body and face wash is as basic as a cleansing product can get; the most interesting aspect is its use of acrylates copolymer to suspend the petrolatum.

Compass—Connecting the Dots

Whether your bubbles foam or lather, your hair takes a wild turn, or your wellness weighs on the health of microbes, Cosmetics & Toiletries aims to connect the dots.

Connecting the Dots

Whether your bubbles foam or lather, your hair takes a wild turn, or your wellness weighs on the health of microbes, Cosmetics & Toiletries aims to connect the dots.

Considering Cleansers

Consumers expect cleansers and soaps to perform multiple tasks, i.e., nourish and protect, as well as cleanse—safely and mildly.

Comparatively Speaking: Shampoo vs. Body Wash Formulation

Tony O’Lenick asks David Zhang, PhD, to explain the difference between two major classes of cleansing products: shampoo and body wash.

Lunar Landing

Consumers expect cleansers and soaps to perform multiple tasks, i.e., nourish and protect, as well as cleanse—safely and mildly.

Compass—Bring on the Bubbly!

Bubbles are an integral part of this issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine—in the form of cleansing products and the ingredients employed therein.

Lab Lessons—Wise Words From the Bench With John Carson

Today’s formulators must deliver unique products onto the market, and sustaining a long career in cosmetic formulating often means being able to create these innovative formulas for a number of product categories. No one understands this better than John Carson, who in his 40+ years in personal care formulation has created soaps, baby shampoos, sunscreens, antiperspirants and body washes, just to name a few.

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