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Nov 29, 2006 | 08:55 AM CST
Bayer HealthCare has introduced an blend of two triterpenic isomers designed to improve the differentiation of the keratinocyte and epidermis functionality...
Nov 28, 2006 | 10:43 AM CST
Lonza Inc.'s Personal Care Business Unit has introduced a natural polysaccharide, designed to enhance skin care actives...
Nov 21, 2006 | 05:04 PM CST
TRI-K Industries has introduced a anti-freeze protein designed to fortify and protect skin...
Nov 21, 2006 | 04:39 PM CST
Acetyl hexapeptide-3 is touted for its wrinkle relaxing ability. This peptide is said to prevent wrinkles by limiting facial muscle contractions...
Nov 21, 2006 | 04:29 PM CST
Cranberry is abounding, and, no, not because Thanksgiving is at hand in the United States.
Nov 08, 2006 | 11:23 AM CST
Dow Corning has introduced a collection of skin care and color cosmetic formulation concepts that can make skin seem healthier, protect it from the elements, or dress it up for a night out.
Nov 07, 2006 | 03:49 PM CST
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is rapidly becoming a more popular antiaging ingredient in skin care.
Nov 06, 2006 | 04:09 PM CST
The formula incorporates ingredients to visibly reduce the appearance of cellulite while contributing to an improvement in drainage and water distribution throughout the tissue. In addition, darutoside is included as it clinically has been shown to reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
Nov 01, 2006 | 11:46 AM CST
By: Rachel L. Chapman, Cosmetics & Toiletries
The natural process of aging will continue, and as long as consumers prefer a younger-looking appearance, formulators are called upon to provide news ways to maintain or turn back the hands of time and their effects on skin.
Nov 01, 2006 | 11:24 AM CST
By: Jeanette M. Waller and Howard I. Maibach, MD
This review examines the medical literature on the thickness of aging human skin and the common assumption, based on appearance, that elderly skin is thinner. In fact, among dermatological researchers there is great controversy about the effects of aging on the thickness of skin strata.