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By: Rachel Grabenhofer, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine
Posted: June 1, 2011, from the June 2011 issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries.
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In “A Dermatological View,” Levin and Maibach also look at pH but in respect to how it changes in skin as it matures. And speaking of mature skin, Pugliese and Draelos review the process of glycation, which can occur with aging, and how it affects basic skin functions. Finally, we present our annual Skin Care Formulary, suggesting new ingredient combinations and product concepts.
A colleague once told me that innovation is putting new eyes on old problems and I believe this issue does just that, to assist product developers in identifying simple ways to optimize formulations.