Recent in Men's Care (page 2 of 4)
Feb 5, 2013
Although Europe continues to be the largest market for men's grooming products, research from Kline & Company shows increasing use of beauty products by men in Japan and South Korea and an overall increase in grooming and personal care products by Indian and Chinese men is helping this market to surge.
Nov 30, 2011 | Liz Grubow and Alan Kastner
Increased incomes and changing cultural patterns have the Asian male population becoming a significant driver in the beauty industry on an international level.
Aug 24, 2011
At In-Cosmetics Asia 2011, BioSpectrum will introduce a stem cell booster for hair growth stimulation and hair loss prevention.
Aug 3, 2011
DS Laboratories, Inc. has created a hair growth molecule that was designed to stimulate follicles at the vertex of the scalp. Nanoxidil (INCI: Not Provided) is said to have a molecular weight that is lower than minoxidil.
Apr 28, 2011
L'Oréal brand Garnier Fructis has introduced Survivor, a two-product hair styling line said to hold hair for 24 hours and withstand heat, humidity and wind.
Jul 6, 2010
MenScience Androceuticals has combined hydroxy acids and physical exfoliators to create a body scrub for men that promotes acne-free, smooth skin.
Jun 9, 2010
P&G's latest Gillette launch is aimed at men's comfort during shaving and involved re-engineering its razors for less tug and pull on hairs as well as developing new formulations to warm, soothe, cool and moisturize the skin.
May 4, 2010
DSM has developed a line of formulation concepts for men's skin care that leverages several products from its portfolio with one another to offer formulators a combined and complete approach to this market segment.
Mar 30, 2010
Nivea has added an antiaging eye product to its Nivea for Men Revitalizing line of facial care products. Revitalizing Q10 Eye Roller Gel was formulated to reduce the look of fine lines, dark circles and puffiness around the eyes.
Aug 29, 2008 | Rachel Chapman, Cosmetics & Toiletries Magazine
Personal care is getting lively as cosmetic chemists tap into biologic research that they can piggyback formulations on. While DNA codes are unraveled and life’s nuts and bolts are revealed, specialized ingredients can be engineered to target genes or genetic omissions in hair or skin.
Aug 29, 2008 | Zoe Draelos, MD, Dermatology Consulting Services
Male skin care needs are distinct due to the presence of testosterone. The unique attributes include increased skin thickness, enhanced sebum production and the onset of androgenetic alopecia. The market must evolve to address these needs.
Jul 14, 2008
Brand unveils two new product lines for male grooming.