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Jan 02, 2006 | 12:41 PM CST
By: J. Guth, PhD, and C. Cappabianca, Lonza Inc.
Safflower oleosomes isolated in the form of a naturally occurring emulsion can be useful to the cosmetics marketplace to deliver the emolliency, occlusivity and antioxidant effects without the need for other emulsifiers. In addition, safflower oleosomes can be used as the nonactive portion of the oil phase of a typical cosmetic formulation.
Dec 23, 2005 | 04:50 PM CST
By: Tim Morris and Michael Hansberry, Cognis Corp.…
Esters derived from vegetable sources are becoming increasingly important as a class of active ingredients that deliver effective care benefits when properly formulated into hair cleansing products.
Dec 13, 2005 | 10:21 PM CST
By: Mark B. Erman, Millenniumm Specialty Chemicals…
Synthetic cooling agents, their mechanism, strength and action on skin are described in this literature survey, drawn primarily from recent patents. Examples illustrate the use of these agents in applications such as after-shave, after-sun, anti-cellulite, and toners.
Dec 13, 2005 | 10:13 PM CST
By: Robert Y. Lochhead and Lisa R. Huisinga, Schoo…
Block and graft copolymers, including some produced by living free-radical polymerization, are among the new hair fixative polymers surveyed in this article. Other new polymers offer advantages in hair styling gels, hair straightening and hair conditioning.
Dec 01, 2005 | 03:54 PM CST
By: J. Alander, A.C. Andersson, J. Tabor and C. Li…
A process of partial hydrogenation followed by fractionation will stabilize canola oil and maximize its content of tocopherols, yielding a stable emollient oil with improved sun care and skin care benefits.
Nov 01, 2005 | 02:59 PM CST
By: Bernice Ridley and Colleen M. Rocafort, Ciba S…
More than 20 polymers from seven companies are reviewed in this survey of recent polymer technologies for hair care. A variety of new functions and multifunctionalities are seen in these products launched within the past two years.
Jul 25, 2005 | 01:05 PM CDT
By: A. Schlosser and L. Hassenzahl, Wacker Chemica…
A new thermoplastic silicone elastomer (TPSE) is shown here to improve scratch resistance, chip-off, feel, smoothness, gloss, and color in a nail polish formulation when compared with a formulation without TPSE. The new ingredient proves to be an interesting technology for optimizing nail polishes.
Jul 25, 2005 | 01:01 PM CDT
By: R.Y. Lochhead, The University of Southern Miss…
This article surveys patents and technical literature, principally from the past 10 years, to report advances in polymers used for dyeing hair, color retention,and hair lightening. Associative thickeners (anionic, cationic, amphoteric, nonionic, HASE, HEUR), nonassociative thickeners, and silicones are discussed.
Jan 07, 2004 | 04:39 PM CST
By: Allen H. Rau, Phyzz Inc.
Effervescent shower tablets, floating/foaming fizz and blooming bath oils arouse bathers’ olfactory, visual, tactile and auditory senses to new levels. Formulators and developers have novel options for creating new product concepts.
May 06, 2003 | 02:00 AM CDT
By: James H. Brown, Robert Kleiman and Melanie Cum…
Some cosmetic emollients are particularly susceptible to oxidative degradation when used in the presence of metal oxides. This study examines the results of studies to identify emollients that are less susceptible.