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A Sense of Sensory Analysis: Testing for the Non-test Expert

Sensory analysis is an important tool that can be successfully applied to all products that impact our senses. This article provides an overview of the means with which formulators can become acquainted with the sensory properties of a cosmetic formula. By doing so, developers can ensure products fulfill consumer needs.

New Hydrophilic Microspheres Make Stability Sensual

While beauty is in the eye of the beholder, texture and feel effects are in their hands. That's why cosmetic ingredients that impart sensory benefits, such as a new powder from Grant Industries, are impactful in formulations.

Transformational Beauty Products Are the Future

New ingredient launches and emerging metamorphosing formats are enhancing the consumer experience and product efficacy.

Northstar Introduces Crambe Seed Oil

Crambe Seed Oil is a high slip, high stability, luxurious plant oil with a wide range of potential uses.

Gelest Launches Brightness, Feel Ingredient

Gelest, Inc. introduced its Sericite B SS ingredient-alternative to boron nitride for imparting lubricity, brightness and feel to personal care products.

Grant Discusses Water-coated Silicone Technology

At in-cosmetics 2015 in Barcelona, Grant Inc. will discuss its solution for dispersing standard silicone elastomers in water.

Wacker Introduces Silicone Elastomer Gels for Improved Skin Feel

At in-cosmetics 2015, Wacker will debut two silicone elastomer gels that improve skin feel in skin care and color cosmetics.

Shin-Etsu Presents Soft-focus Effect Finding on Silicone Powders

Shin-Etsu Silicones of America, Inc. presented new "soft-focus" findings on its KSP Series Hybrid Silicone Powders (100, 101, 102, 105, 300, 411, and 441).

Dow Corning Introduces Frizz Control for Water-based Formulations

At the 2014 Society of Cosmetic Chemists (SCC) Annual Scientific Meeting and Technology Showcase, Dow Corning unveiled a frizz control solution for water-based hair care formulations.

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