Recent in Skin Care (page 23 of 28)
Apr 24, 2007
Dow Corning offers a cuticle treatment formula that exhibits shine, strong conditioning and thermal protection properties.
Apr 20, 2007
Dow Corning has created a volatile alkyl methyl siloxane fluid to enhance personal care applications.
Apr 6, 2007
The health benefits from food have been translated into skin care for the launch of Befine.
Apr 2, 2007 | Bud Brewster, Cosmetics & Toiletries
This column looks at skin care products sold in spas and doctors’ offices and asks if the sellers of those products are getting all the ingredient information they need.
Apr 2, 2007 | Karen A Costa-Strachan, PhD, Prestige Brands Holdings Inc.
Slimming treatments address a number of targets in skin physiology, including: improving microcirculation, strengthening and protecting the connective tissue, and decreasing adipocyte contents. Traditional and newer approaches to slimming treatments employ a number of ingredients to achieve such ends.
Mar 27, 2007
The following is a lotion created by Presperse Inc.
Mar 27, 2007
Yogurt has many known health benefits, but it is continuing to gain ground for its beauty benefits. More recently, yogurt has also been linked to promoting healthy skin and hair.
Mar 23, 2007
A recent report on foot care has revealed that the manufacturers of these products should encourage consumers to take a chance on focused foot care.
Mar 21, 2007
An Archives of Dermatology has recently stated that the myth about warts and duct tape is wrong.
Mar 2, 2007 | Katie Schaefer, Cosmetics & Toiletries
Water conventionally has been used in personal care as the starting ingredient in formulations, but rarely has it been the single ingredient in an aerosol delivery system. When Drew Aultman, founder and president of Watersall started her company she decided to focus on water... literally just water.
Feb 28, 2007
Recent research by Turkish researchers may suggest that unwanted hair in women can be decreased with spearmint tea consumption.
Feb 27, 2007
A Kline & Company study has found the Chinese market for professional skin care products to have grown 15% in 2006.