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Clariant Introduces Sustainable African Oil for Hair and Skin

Clariant has introduced a multifunctional African hair oil that has benefit for both hair and skin. Plantasens Abyssinian Oil is a versatile oil that presents an opportunity for personal care formulators to combine natural product claims supporting radiant skin and lustrous, healthy hair for consumers.

Lonza Quaternizes Larch Tree Extract to Create Hair Conditioning Polymer

Lonza Personal Care has boosted the natural hair care and film-forming benefits of its larch tree active LaraCare A200 (Galactoarabinan), by enriching it further with quaternization technology to create a hair conditioning polymer.

Croda Sources Pea Superfood for Hair and Skin Ingredients

Croda used its 40-year experience with proteins to make two new ingredients from the superfood Pisum sativum (pea).

Behenamidopropyl PG-Dimonium Chloride Phosphate for Hair Conditioning

Combining quaternary ammonium and phosphate structures results in a material with amphoteric characteristics. Here, the authors describe behenamidopropyl PG-dimonium chloride phosphate, which was assessed in shampoo and conditioner bases for hair conditioning, softening, combability and anti-static properties; subjective panelist evaluations also were conducted.

Croda Seals Hair Cuticle with Copolymer

Croda has launched an ingredient designed to smooth cuticles that have been damaged or lifted by the bleaching or styling processes.

Polyglutamic Acid: A Novel Peptide for Skin Care

Personal care formulators continue to pursue skin care materials that are capable of both moisturization and exfoliation. γ-Polyglutamic acid (INCI: Natto Gum) meets these multifaceted demands. A review of the literature and research presented here examines the science of natto gum and explores its applications in personal care.

Properties of Vegetal Oil-based Creams in Skin Care

Tocopherols and tocotrienols are the major constituents of almond oil, safflower oil and palm oil. They are necessary for the normal growth and metabolism of healthy skin. These oils were formulated in nourishing skin care products and massage creams as part of stable o/w emulsions and were found to have excellent storage stability, flow properties, spreadability and moisturizing properties.