Recent in Antimicrobial (page 4 of 5)
Feb 28, 2007
Essential Ingredients has introduced an aqueous-based liquid benzoyl peroxide dispersion in the form of a paste.
Jan 16, 2007
Silab has lauched an antidandruff ingredient that is produced from pomegranate peel.
Dec 19, 2006
Silab has introduced an extract of meadowsweet that stimulates the natural anti-bacterial defenses of the skin, thereby limiting complications due to acne.
Jul 12, 2006
MD Skincare announces the launch of its new acne category for October...
Jun 20, 2006
Industry expert Tony O’Lenick explains the difference between a bacteriostatic and bacteriocidal.
May 8, 2006
Lonza has received the regulatory approval of the Environmental Protection Agency on a critical new antimicrobial product.
Apr 21, 2006 | Mark E. Rerek, International Speciality Products; Otto H. Mills, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; Robert Verdicchio and Simon West, Vital Personal Care Specialties
Disodium lauriminodipropionate tocopheryl phosphates, the two main complexes in a new derivative of vitamin E, provide enhanced stability and greater efficacy as an anti-inflammatory, as demonstrated in results reported here.
Apr 17, 2006
The global consumption of biocides in personal care was US$570 million in 2005, according to a new report by Research and Markets.
Mar 29, 2006 | 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 9, 2006
Arch Personal Care has launched a new antidandruff ingredient that claims to improve dandruff control and helps to relieve dry scalp and residue build-up on the hair...
Mar 8, 2006
The kesum plant and gelam tree, which are found in Malaysia, may have commercial potential to produce essential oils.
Dec 13, 2005 | Guido Gayko, PhD, Jürgen Warnecke, MD and Claudia Volger, Scientific Department, Ichthyol-Gessellschaft; Hana Zelenkova, MD, PhD, Private Department of Dermatovenerology
Coal tar is an effective antidandruff active, but it contains compounds that are proven carcinogens. In this article sodium shale oil sulfonate is shown in preliminary results for the first time to have antidandruff efficacy equivalent to that of coal tar with none of coal tar’s toxic potential.