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[podcast] Devices, Personalization and Athleisure Rise to the Top in Skin

What's hot in personal care? Industry expert Mindy Goldstein, Ph.D., gives us her take on application devices, product personalization, the athleisure trend, scalp care and more in this free podcast. Listen now!

Codif’s 3 Solutions to Counteract a Hectic Lifestyle

Many individuals find themselves with "busy bee" lifestyles that are consistently hectic. As such, Codif Technologie Naturelle launched three ingredients to help benefit the skin in a variation of ways, for those who are consistently active.

Age with Grace

Silab launched a patented purified active ingredient, rich in oligosaccharides from the Bulgarian rose (Rosa damascena), to help women age gracefully.

Sytheon Launches Corn- and Sunflower-derived Skin Care Ingredient

Help consumers improve skin care this spring with Sytheon’s latest corn- and sunflower-derived ingredient, which maintains a healthy barrier function. Learn more at NYSCC Suppliers’ Day in May 2017.

A Natural Solution to Pollution

Fighting pollution is a consistent battle for skin. Lipoid Kosmetik acknowledges the damage that can be done, and has therefore launched a natural ingredient to help skin detox and fight pollution.

Breathe In Cedar Wood, Breathe Out Stress

Aside from physical activity such as yoga and other meditation methods to reduce stress, a study researched Japanese cedar wood oil to find positive benefits associated with mental health in people at the workplace.

Zirh’s Body Bar – Vitamin Edition

Body Bar – Vitamin Edition by Zirh features vitamins and extracts to cleanse and moisturize the skin.

Skin and Hair Care Pure Enough to Eat

Creating hair and skin care products that are clean enough to eat, Gaffer&Child uses ingredients that are both economically and environmentally friendly.

Say Oui to Shaving Scrubs

The Blood Orange Himalayan Salt Body Scrub, Neroli Santal or Lavan Shave Oils and Himalayan Sea Salt & Lavender After Shave Toner help exfoliate, hydrate and prevent skin irritation.

Do Solvents Impact Skin?

Can solvents from skin creams, lotions or other topical applications affect molecules in the skin? Researchers from Lund University in Sweden investigate.

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