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In Depth and In Focus at in-cosmetics
By: Katie Schaefer
Posted: April 29, 2009
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Within proteins specifically, Morris found that the conversation was moving from animal-based proteins to synthetic proteins. Botanical actives mentioned included green tea, chamomile, bisabolol, grape seed and kinetin. Skin lightening actives included arbutin, azaelic acid, kojic acid, magnesium ascorbic acid and tretanoin. According to Morris, “Enabling technologies in the future will come from a variety of places including drug development, chemical engineering, wound care, chemical polymer science and food. In the future, Morris envisions that innovation will take place in hormonal creams, boosters, improved deposition for oral care, preventing irritation and hair styling polymers.
The exhibition will take place in Paris in 2010, and the organizers named Milan for in-cosmetics 2011. For those not able to attend in-cosmetics 2009, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine posted live updates from the show through Twitter. To view these updates, visit www.twitter.com/candteditor.