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Recent in Company News (page 13 of 40)

From Pollution to Psoriasis: Meet L'Oréal USA's 2016 Women in Science Fellowship Winners

Program awards $60,000 grants to female scientists to advance their postdoctoral research.

What the Seventh Generation Deal Means for Unilever

"This addition to Unilever’s product portfolio will help us meet rising demand for high-quality products with a purpose.”

L'Oreal Takes on Carbon Emissions, Embraces Solar Power

L'Oréal announced two new projects in Arkansas and Kentucky, USA, whose solar panel arrays will reduce carbon emissions from manufacturing by nearly 80%.

IMCD Takes on North American Southeast for BASF

Mega chemical maker BASF has appointed IMCD as a regional U.S. distributor for several of its ingredient categories.

Mom- and Baby-friendly Skin Care

Manufacturers of the Boppy pillow have broken into the skin care game.

Industry Leaders Introduce First Beauty Science Education Initiative

Judith Price, president of the National Beauty Science Institute, and her board of industry leaders will announce the launch of the educational initiative for Science and Sustainability of Beauty.

TRI Princeton and Rutgers Teach 'Measuring Up' to Skin Claims

The wording on product labels is crucial; you can tout cosmetic benefits but you'd better support them with evidence. That's where claims substantiation comes in, which is the focus of a new two-day course from Rutgers and TRI Princeton.

New Kao Reseach and Innovation Center to Study Kansei Science, fMRI

The new center will bring together all beauty research and development within the Kao Group and go beyond typical cosmetic studies.

Allured Saves a Senior from Food Insecurity One Dollar at a Time

Allured Business Media promised to match up to $7,500 in order to help seniors pay for rent, medication, medical expenses and groceries.

Partnership to Support Palm Oil and Smallholders

Henkel and BASF are collaborating with Solidaridad to support a project in Indonesia and advocate for smallholders and local initiatives. Roughly 5,500 farmers will be trained on efficient agriculture, mainly working with palm and palm kernel oil.

Thailand Looks to Franchises, Cosmetics to Secure Income

According to Thai indie newspaper The Nation, the country's business development department is pushing domestic franchises to expand. It also considers the cosmetics industry a high priority. Both will support efforts to increase the country's income.

HallStar Acquires French Bioactive Ingredient Company

The acquisition of Oléos establishes a French innovation platform for Hallstar in a growing bioactives market.

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