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Naturex Launches Line of Eco-friendly Botanical Oils for Skin and Hair

At in-cosmetics Asia, Naturex launched a line of 13 botanical oils that match sensorial and efficacy properties with social and environmental responsibility.

Uncovering Stability Issues: The Obvious and Not So Obvious

Troubleshooting most stability concerns in cosmetic formulations typically starts at the usual raw material classes comprising the skin care and makeup ingredient list. In skin care systems, the emulsification system, thickening ingredients, actives and emollients are usually examined. In a makeup formulation, structural items such as waxes and fillers are usually reviewed, as well as film-formers and colorants.

Read the Label Online: Bliss Triple Oxygen Ex-'glow'-sion! Vitabead-Infused Moisture Cream

TheTriple Oxygen Ex-‘glow”-sion! Vitabead-Infused Moisture Cream contains oxygen and microalgae for an instant burst of youthful radiance. This column will review the ingredient listing for functionality and claims substantiation.

Deciphering Anti-acne Formulations

Acne vulgaris (acne) is a skin disease that can be caused by multiple chronic issues including: hyperkeratinization, sebaceous gland hyperplasia with seborrhea, Propionibacterium acnes proliferation and inflammation.

Kline Releases Latest Personal Care Ingredients Industry Update

Kline’s latest industry update assesses the opportunities and challenges for the personal care ingredients market worldwide.

Euromonitor Identifies Algae for the Next Generation of Ingredients

"Certainly, the scope for development of algal ingredients for personal care applications is vast, with many algal species remaining entirely untapped," writes Euromonitor contributing analyst Cathy Boyle.

Azelis Presents Year-long Inspiration for the Formulator

Azelis Personal Care has assembled the Cosmetic Formulators Calendar, a year’s worth of raw material and formulation ideas derived from seasonal changes, holidays, etc. to inspire the formulator and the marketing team.

Trifluoroacetyl-Tripeptide-2 to Target Senescence for Anti-aging Benefits

Recent work indicates that the biomarker progerin, in conjunction with dysfunctioning telomeres, triggers cellular senescence. In response, trifluoroacetyl-tripeptide-2, a synthetic tripeptide, was developed to decrease progerin production, thereby regulating biological mechanisms involved in the aging process and reducing the cosmetic effects of aging, which are explored here.

Formulation and Evaluation of Self-tanners

Self-tanning preparations are becoming increasingly important for consumers desiring a tanned look without exposing themselves to undue harm. The present article reviews DHA and other self-tanning active ingredients and their mechanisms of action. Formulating hallenges such as stability and ingredient interactions are discussed, as well as the evaluation and regulation of self-tanning products.

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