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Mar 06, 2009 | 01:11 PM CST
According to the committee, the ingredient is not safe at the given concentration in mouthwashes and leave-on products such as body lotion due to a higher absorption rate.
Mar 02, 2009 | 10:23 AM CST
Kao Corp. has created a toothpaste that removes stain deposits from teeth at the nano level, leaving teeth white and bright.
Nov 19, 2008 | 11:11 AM CST
Reproduction pressures and rising fertility explain why women suffered a more rapid decline in dental health than did men as humans transitioned from hunter-and-gatherers to farmers and more sedentary pursuits.
Oct 16, 2008 | 09:23 AM CDT
Yet another market joining in the use of natural ingredients in consumer products is the oral-hygiene industry.
May 21, 2008 | 05:04 PM CDT
Magnolia bark extract is Wrigley's latest weapon against bad breath, according to a report.
Apr 01, 2008 | 11:12 AM CDT
Acquisition of Del Pharmaceuticals, Inc. business for $380 million from Coty provides company with access to premium oral care category.
Jun 05, 2007 | 04:51 PM CDT
Cautioning consumers, the FDA warned against using toothpaste made in China and issued an alert to prevent DEG-containing toothpaste from entering the United States.
Apr 30, 2007 | 04:19 PM CDT
By: Bud Brewster, Cosmetics & Toiletries
Technologies to supplement the saliva’s calcium and phosphorus supply are recent. These remineralization techniques are the subject of the rest of this article.
Apr 30, 2007 | 04:04 PM CDT
By: Rachel L. Chapman, Cosmetics & Toiletries maga…
This issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine looks at two newer areas of growth—delivery and oral care—and re-examines existing testing methods and the known mechanisms for hair growth.
Apr 30, 2007 | 03:23 PM CDT
By: Katleen Brys, Cargill R&D Centre Europe
Erythritol is a multifunctional, natural cariostatic sweetener. Tests reported here show that erythritol as a cariostatic agent can be substituted for xylitol in toothpastes and mouthwashes with no ill effects on stability, viscosity or taste.