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Marshmallow to Freesia: New Fragrance Trends

SevenScent releases top trends.

Seppic Launches Anti-aging Active Ingredient

Seppic's Ceramosides HP is a natural active ingredient that benefits the skin's pores and, in low doses, visibly improves skin texture.

Croda Facility to Produce Sustainable Non-ionic Surfactants

Croda will manufacture sustainable non-ionic surfactants at a new $170-million plant near its Atlas Point manufacturing facility in New Castle, DE.

Halder Takes on CEO post at Kolb

Uwe Halder is the new CEO of Kolb, a Hedingen, Switzerland-based manufacturer of non-ionic surfactants.

Bakuchiol to Stabilize Retinol and Polyunsaturated Lipids

Bakuchiol, a meroterpene of plant origin, is examined here for its ability to stabilize retinol and polyunsaturated lipids. It was found to be approximately 60-fold more effective than natural tocopherol, under both photo-oxidative and singlet oxygen environments. An overview of retinol stabilization, lipid peroxidation and the unique role lipid peroxides play in biology also is included.

Clariant Shows Surfactants at in-cosmetics

Clariant brings four-in-one sensory, mild, performing and sustainable benefits with its GlucoTain surfactants.

Global Cosmetics Pigments Market Expected to Grow 7% by 2019

The global cosmetic pigments market is expected to register between $1.000 and $1.024 billion by 2019.

Natural Lactic Acid From Corbion Promotes Low-Odor Moisturization

Purac UltraPure is a pure, natural lactic acid that brings moisturizing and anti-aging properties to formulations where a low base odor is required.

BASF Highlights Color Pallette

BASF's “Ancient Wisdom,” a trend from its “Color Trends 2016” collection revolves around ideals of beauty and ideologies of the ancient world.

Biomimetic vs. Traditional Skin Moisturization: An In vivo Comparison*

To alleviate skin dryness, humectants and occlusive substances are traditionally used, mostly in combination. A third, relatively recent approach is biomimetic, i.e., active ingredients with lamellar structure containing skin-identical lipids. The aim of this study was to determine whether a biomimetic cream could deliver superior moisturization to human volunteers, compared with a conventional moisturizer containing petrolatum and mineral oil.

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