Recent in Delivery (page 9 of 9)
Mar 2, 2007 | Daniel H. Traynor and Martin S. Flacks, Aquea Scientific
The delivery of active ingredients in surfactants has long been a challenge due to the inability of such ingredients to stay affixed to the skin and hair after rinse-off. One solution is a delivery system that enables the encapsulation of actives in charged vesicles.
Jan 9, 2007
Lyondell Chemical Co. has reached an agreement with Salvona Technologies to promote the use of Lyondell's cooling agents with Salvona's delivery systems.
Dec 1, 2006 | Rachel L. Chapman, Cosmetics & Toiletries
Research investigating the pathways into and out of the Stratum corneum has led ingredient innovation across the industry. This issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine explores nanomeans to penetrate the skin, advises on formulating for sensitive skin, and describes nanoencapsulation to extract and release fragrance.
Dec 1, 2006 | Ponisseril Somasundaran, PhD, Soma Chakraborty, PhD, Namita Deo, PhD, and Tamara Somasundaran, Columbia University
This article discusses the synthesis of nanoparticles by inverse microemulsion polymerization and evaluates its potential to extract and release the fragrance linalyl acetate. The ability of the liposomes made from phosphatidyl choline and phosphatidic acid to extract organic molecules also was explored.
Nov 1, 2006 | Dov Tamarkin, PhD, Meir Eini and Doron Friedman, PhD, Foamix Ltd.
Foam products are emerging as the future vehicle for the delivery of cosmetic and cosmeceutical active agents. They can deliver active ingredients for a variety of skin conditions such as wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne and cellulite. This review will highlight several advantages of foam.
May 1, 2006 | Timothy Gao, Ph.D., Robert Bird and Abel Pereira, Croda Inc.; Ryuji Akatsuka, Croda Japan KK
Well-structured multilayer lamella vesicle phase encapsulated actives enhance the diffusion of dye intermediates and coupling agents into the hair cortex, reducing the evaporation rate of volatile ammonia in coloring mixtures and showing better bleaching/coloring performance.
Apr 11, 2006
Corwood Laboratories, in conjunction with BioZone Laboratories, announced the launch of a delivery system for cosmetic and personal care products.
Apr 4, 2006
Engelhard Corp. has launched a new, natural antioxidant delivery system for protecting skin from environmental stresses such UVB rays.
Mar 20, 2006
Aquea Scientific Corporation announced the launch of its delivery system to enable face wash, body wash, shampoo or conditioning products to deposit cosmeceutical additives.
Feb 28, 2006 | Rachel Chapman
Dov Tamarkin, PhD, of Foamix Ltd. (Ness Ziona, Israel), explains how a delivery technology developed for pharmaceutical and ophthalmic applications is penetrating the personal care industry.
Feb 22, 2006
Acrux, an Australian company offering technologies for delivering drugs across the skin, announced an agreement with the New York-based Population Council Inc...
Feb 2, 2006 | Victor A. Raul, Gerald K. Schalau and Michael Starch, Dow Corning Corp.
Cross-linked silicones such as adhesives and elastomers are useful as delivery systems for active ingredients in personal care products. A variety of actives can be loaded in these structures and release rates can be increased with the aid of a silicone surfactant.