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[video] News and Insight from Cosmetics & Toiletries: 8/11/2017

Rachel Grabenhofer is back again with this week's video update from Cosmetics & Toiletries—but with a twist. Get glimpse of industry news with a dash of insight.

[video] That's a Wrap: Top News the Week of 8/4/2017 from Cosmetics & Toiletries

What happened this past week to elevate cosmetic product development? Join me, Rachel Grabenhofer of Cosmetics & Tolietries, and find out in this video re-cap.

[video] That's a Wrap: Top News the Week of 7/28/2017 from Cosmetics & Toiletries

Stem cells to reverse aging? And folates to reinforce skin's UV defense? If you missed this week's news from Cosmetics & Toiletries, you missed out! Check out our video re-cap.

[video] That's a Wrap: Top News the Week of 7/21/2017 from Cosmetics & Toiletries

What do anti-acne and anti-pollution have in common? And what's driving the microbiome craze? If you missed this week's news, you missed out! Check out our video re-cap.

[video] That's a Wrap: Top News the Week of 7/14/2017 from Cosmetics & Toiletries

Could clumping and smudging mascara mishaps become things of the past? And is it true that pollen is a "particulate" concern for skin? Find out from this week's news re-cap video.

ICMAD and PCPC Named Partners of in-cosmetics North America

"in-cosmetics North America is becoming an extremely important event for the U.S. cosmetics industry."

[video] That's A Wrap: Top News the Week of 7/7/17 from Cosmetics & Toiletries

SIK inhibition for self-tanning? And protection against thermal aging? If you missed this week's news from Cosmetics & Toiletries, you missed out. Check out our video re-cap.

in-cosmetics North America to Debut Marketing-Focused Program

“In North America, around 70% of the decisions relating to cosmetic ingredient purchasing are influenced by marketers, rather than scientists."

[video] That's a Wrap: Top News the Week of 6/30/17 from Cosmetics & Toiletries

We got the blues this week: Backlit devices are now being considered a form of both light and indoor pollution to the skin as overexposure to blue light screens has harmful effects. Also, why are so many people seeing blue…and liking it?

[Blog] Innovation and Moving Success Forward

“The success of a 21st century business will be defined as much by who it is as what it does.”

[video] That's a Wrap: Top News the Week of 6/23/17 from Cosmetics & Toiletries

Wearables: Are biometric sensors imprinted on skin next? And what if melanin were tuned to meet skin needs? If you missed this week's news, you missed out. Check out our video re-cap.

Event Review: The 14th International Sun Protection Conference

Transparent, simple messages and great product aesthetics are key, driving consumer compliance: people should not only tolerate but love their sun care.

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