Recent in Natural/Botanical (page 12 of 12)
Jan 4, 2006 | Vijai K. S. Shukla and Kaustuv Bhattacharya, International Cosmetic Science Centre
Use of rosemary extracts to provide oxidative stability to various natural oils and exotic butters offers a way for formulators to reduce the use of synthetics and chemicals in skin care products.
Sep 30, 2005 | David S. Morrison, Ph.D., and Lara G. Leur, Penreco
The authors examine the meaning of the term natural and assert that it applies to both petrolatum and petrolatum’s vegetable-based alternatives. They further assert the advantages of petrolatum as a safe, well-established moisturizer.
Aug 31, 2005 | Matthew Giles, PhD, Octel Performance Chemicals
Chelating agents are rarely used in large volumes, but cumulatively they are a potential source of environmental damage. A recent but now well-proven alternative is trisodium ethylenediamine disuccinate (EDDS).
May 6, 2003 | Anthony C. Dweck, Dweck Data
Plant materials can provide the active ingredients and excipients for a range of skin-care products, and their phytochemistry enable them to provide genuine skin-care benefits.