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Induchem Introduces Biodegradable, Non-irritating Exfoliant for Skin and Scalp

At in-cosmetics in Hamburg, Induchem will launch a natural exfoliant that is both biodegradable and non-irritating to sensitive skin. Biogomm'age is composed mostly of cellulose, to make it sustainable and biodegradable unlike plastic microbeads. In addition, the exfoliator does not scratch or tear sensitive skin like many natural exfoliants.

Croda Seals Hair Cuticle with Copolymer

Croda has launched an ingredient designed to smooth cuticles that have been damaged or lifted by the bleaching or styling processes.

Mibelle Sources Extremophile Algae for Cell Longevity

At in-cosmetics in Hamburg, Mibelle Biochemistry will launch an anti-aging active derived from algae that is able to grow on glaciers and permanent snow.

Croda Launches Polymer for Targeted Sprays and Suspension

At in-cosmetics in Hamburg, Croda will present a high performance polymer that provides unique properties within emulsion and aqueous applications.

Dr. Straetmans Introduces Solubilizer for Water-based Products

At in-cosmetics in Hamburg, Dr. Straetmans is launching the second generation of PEG-free solubilizers.

Impact Colors Adds New Pigments to Fiesta Colors Line

Impact Colors is introducing 16 new shades to its Fiesta Colors line. The new colors give formulators the chance to create cleaner, more brilliant face, eye, and nail formulations.

Seppic Launches Natural and Biodegradable Solubilizer

Seppic has launched a 100% natural and sustainable solubilizer derived from sugar and castor seeds.

Evonik Prevents Hair Loss with Skin-identical Sphingolipid

Evonik has launched a skin-identical sphingolipid that prevents hair loss by addressing scalp health, strengthening the hair follicle and rebalancing the lifecycle of hair.

Evonik Prevents Hair Loss with Skin-identical Sphingolipid

Evonik has launched a skin-identical sphingolipid that prevents hair loss by addressing scalp health, strengthening the hair follicle and rebalancing the lifecycle of hair.

Chitin Nanofibrils: A Natural Compound for Innovative Cosmeceuticals

Compared to larger-sized chitin particles, chitin nanofibrils can be hydrolyzed more easily by cutaneous enzymes, leading to applications such as rehydrating dry skin, augmenting cohesion of cells in the stratum corneum, and forming a protective biofilm that supports wound healing.

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