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Determining the Effects of Glycolic Acid in Hair Care Products

The positive effects of glycolic acid for skin care are well-documented; however, similar studies in hair care are not. Research has proven that glycolic acid offers many benefits for these products.

Hair Color without Ammonia for Scalp Comfort and Less Damage

L'Oréal Professionnel has debuted an ammonia-free professional hair colorant that it believes will revolutionize the hair coloring industry.

Comparatively Speaking: Cocamide DEA vs. MEA vs. DIPA in Shampoos

Tony O’Lenick asks Bob Coots, PhD, of Colonial Chemical Inc., "What is the difference between cocamide DEA, MEA or DIPA when used in shampoos?"

Dyeing to be Natural

While today’s natural personal care product offerings include soaps, deodorants, skin cream and toothpaste, there are still sectors lacking truly natural product offerings; among them are hair dyes.

Plant-based, Permanent Hair Dye Launched

These dyes are said to contain no PPD, resorcinol or ammonia, and they act via the company's Renewable Botanical Enviro-Colors (RBE)-Colors technology.

Matching the Roots

For years, innovation in hair care has remained somewhat flat, probably since hair fibers are dead. However, recent developments have focused on changing parameters like light refraction or moisture content to provide specific sensory attributes such as shine, softness and strength to hair.

Deconstructing Eyelash Products

Lashes appear to be in, as the number of products targeted at eyelash growth, strength and conditioning has skyrocketed over the past year.

Calling All Chemists, Formulators and Researchers

Are you sitting on a research “gold mine”? Get your work published! Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine is interested in your research as it pertains to cosmetics and personal care R&D.

Aveeno Enters Hair Care Market with Wheat Complex

The collection features the company's Nourishing Wheat Complex, a blend of wheat germ oil and wheat protein. The complex uses one large, non-hydrolyzed protein polymer.

The Quest for Avobenzone Stabilizers and Sunscreen Photostability

Butyl methoxydibenzoyl methane (BMDBM) is well-known as an effective UVA filter when it is stabilized. Here, the authors measure the efficiency of ten commercially available products that are reported to stabilize BMDBM. The most effective product found was octocrylene that, being a UVB filter, also contributed to the SPF.

Spa Creates Line of Scalp Oils

The Steam Scalp Oil begins with a base of jojoba oil and uses the same aromatherapy scents as it had in the past. The difference is the proprietary blend of antioxidants.

Depilatories vs. Epilatories

Industry expert Tony O'Lenick explains the difference between depilation and epilation.

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