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[video] That's a Wrap: Top News This Week from Cosmetics & Toiletries

Synesthesia, pigment market and innovations, bad breath, halal cosmetics and this month's "One to Watch"...if you missed this week's news, you missed out! Check out our video re-cap.

Walking the Wire

Acrobatic acts and shape-shifting. That’s what the new issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries is all about: Ingredients that walk the wire between formula phases and product categories.

[video] That's a Wrap: Top News This Week from Cosmetics & Toiletries

Dermocosmetics, telomeres, EU data mandates, and nutrition and skin structure...if you missed this week's news, you missed out! Check out our video re-cap of this week's headlines from Cosmetics & Toiletries.

[video] That's a Wrap: Cosmetics & Toiletries IFSCC Re-cap

Did you follow our IFSCC coverage? If not, you missed out—but never fear. Revisit some of the highlights from Cosmetics & Toiletriesmanaging editor, Rachel (Rae) Grabenhofer, in this video.

Celebrity Makeup Artist Michelle Phillips Named Keynote for Face & Body Midwest

Michelle Phillips will be the keynote speaker at Face & Body Midwest on Saturday, January 21, 2017 9 a.m., discussing “Purpose + Passion=Beauty.”

IFSCC 2016 Exhibition Features First Ever Innotech-Connect Zone

During the IFSCC exhibition, poster presenters, exhibitors and others were given a stage time to speak to an audience about their work, as well as participate in a Q&A session. In addition, podium presenters mingled with attendees.

Formalities, Awards and Fanfare Close the IFSCC Congress

In celebration of the accomplishments of all the scientists present, and the industry in general, the closing gala feature acrobatic stunts, humorous skits and a multitude of musical performances.

J&J Points to Collaboration and 6 Areas for Future Growth

“We need to openly publish our scientific data and challenge each other to progress,” said J&J's Josh Ghaim, Ph.D., during the IFSCC 2016 Congress. “We can then align standards and simply let the competitive technologies and products speak for themselves.”

Father of Green Chemistry Talks Sustainability and Innovation

“There is no desire to do the best green chemistry. We will do the best chemistry and it will happen to be green," said Paul Anastas, Ph.D., during the IFSCC Congress. He urged all attendees to take steps toward green chemistry.

The Breaking Point: What Makes Hair Weak

Trefor A. Evans, Ph.D., institute fellow at TRI Princeton, spoke about a unifying theory for visualizing the causes of hair breakage during day three of the IFSCC Congress.

The Children’s Formulating Event at IFSCC

It was great to see the curiosity and the excitement on the faces of the children in attendance as their lotion became a finished product.

Scents, Sensibility and Struggles: Creating Loyal Scents

During the afternoon on day two of the 29th IFSCC Congress, presenters focused on human responses, measuring neurotransmitters and the struggles of essential oils “playing nice” during the "Creating Loyal Scents: The Science of Fragrances and Marketing to the Senses" session.

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