Recent in Skin Care (page 1 of 26)

Tenzing's Shaving Line

The Face Moisturizer, Pre-Shave Oil and Shave Cream help hydrate and strengthen the skin for a clean and close shave.

X’s and O’s for This Moisturizer

The Bio.digital Perfection Moisturizer uses biotech innovation to hydrate, brighten and reduce wrinkles within 28 days.

[in-cosmetics Global] Seppic’s Sublime Subligana

Seppic is helping change the skin care game with its latest ingredient launch, benefitting skin that is prone to acne. The ingredient has various perks and was tested in vivo to prove its efficacy.

Hype up the Hemp Terpenes

The Anti-Aging Night Cream, Body Milk and Shower Gel use hemp terpenes and CBD synergy to rejuvenate and hydrate the skin for a silky soft feel.

Lips and Tips Treatment

Lips & Tips is a double-ended lip gloss and cuticle treatment for portable nail and lip hydration in one.

More Than Skin Deep

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and Karl Laden, Ph.D., Cosmetics & Toiletries advisor, throughout a number of years has developed an ode to individuals and formulators working in the industry.

Formulary

Cosmetics & Toiletries Formulary: Skin Repair

Is there really any room for growth in the skin care market? According Global Cosmetic Industry, yes, especially in probiotic beauty, dermocosmetics and expert skin care. Find your next breakthrough solution in this Skin Repair Formulary.

Enzymology: Accelerating Success in the Skin Care Market

While the benefits of enzymes have long been known, interest in enzymology for cosmetic and dermatological applications has grown. Advances in the functionality, safety and stability of enzymes are accelerating skin care product development; some are described here.

Mibelle Focuses on Skin Protection

Consumers are consistently searching for products to help treat skin irritation. Seeing this demand, Mibelle has hopped on board and developed two ingredients to protect skin. The company will feature them at in-cosmetics in April 2017.

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