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Apr 17, 2006 | 08:38 AM CDT
By: James V. Gruber and Kevin O’Brien
Planet Earth has not always been the comfortable place that the human race has evolved to inhabit. At one time, the planet existed in an atmosphere of constant reduction. Instead of oxidative molecules like oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitric oxide, the environment contained principally hydrogen, methane, ammonia and hydrogen sulfide.
Apr 11, 2006 | 08:19 AM CDT
By: G. Yosipovitch* and C.T.S. Theng
There are differences between Asian skin and the skin of other races. There also differences in the skin characteristics of Asian subpopulations. These differences are important for development of new products and therapies.
Mar 31, 2006 | 05:13 PM CST
By: Fanny Guillaumie, Birgitte M. Malle, Khadija S…
A new cosmetic ingredient, produced by fermentation of Bacillus subtilis as a bioidentical polymer for natural sodium hyaluronate, shows benefits for moisturizing, antiwrinkle and skin firmness in clinical tests reported here.
Mar 31, 2006 | 05:04 PM CST
By: Marlies Regiert, Wacker-Chemie AG
In the form of a molecular inclusion compound with α-cyclodextrin, linoleic acid effectively is protected against oxidation. Investigations into the storage and light stability, olfactory tests and headspace analysis of the formulations give evidence of the stability of a suitable inclusion compound.
Mar 31, 2006 | 08:51 AM CST
By: Thomas Dietz
This article describes a new polyether-modified polydimethylsiloxane that has shown skin moisturizing and skin smoothing capability in objective and sensory panel tests.
Mar 29, 2006 | 11:37 AM CST
By: Charles Fox
This article reviews antimicrobial agents and their use in personal care products, as reported in more than 50 patents and journal articles published between 1996 and 2001.
Mar 29, 2006 | 09:13 AM CST
By: N. Domloge, E. Bauza, K. Cucumel, D. Peyronel …
An extract from the plankton Artemia salina protects DNA from UV damage and decreases UV-induced inflammatory cytokines, suggesting a way to help sunscreens protect skin from UV damage.An extract from the plankton Artemia salina protects DNA from UV damage and decreases UV-induced inflammatory cytokines, suggesting a way to help sunscreens protect skin from UV damage.
Feb 02, 2006 | 08:48 AM CST
By: Sonia Dawson, Cara Eaton and Laurie B Joseph, …
Botanicals are re-emerging as key ingredients in the defense against premature skin aging. French rose petal extract, when used in a cosmetic formulation, can help decrease the damage of ultraviolet (UV) light and other environmental stresses that can cause premature aging of the skin.
Feb 02, 2006 | 08:44 AM CST
By: David J. Moore, Steven Orofino and Patrick Bow…
Tocopheryl phosphate in its complexed form as disodium lauriminodipropionate tocopheryl phosphates mediates the clinical signs of irritated and sensitive skin, such as redness, folliculitis, stinging, and itching induced by shaving.
Dec 23, 2005 | 05:57 PM CST
By: Lawrence A. Rheins, PhD, and Nicholas Benson, …
The increasing demand for performance-driven personal care products and the need to understand a product’s mechanism of action provides a scientific challenge to the industry formulator, toxicologist and expert evaluator.