Recent in Research (page 12 of 40)

Patent Pick: Stable Polysilicone to Heal Wounds

Actives to heal wounds, protect skin and diminish scars can be incorporated into polysilicone bases for topical delivery to skin. However, according to this patent, such bases tend to separate; correcting this instability was therefore the focus of this invention.

Patent Pick: Growing 3D Skin Predictions

A product manufacturer's reputation is perhaps its greatest asset, and growing numbers of cosmetic consumers with sensitive skin only raise the product development bar. That's where patented inventions such as this, a 3D skin model, can ensure product safety and support cosmetovigilance initiatives.

Patent Pick: Skullcap Skin Whitening

Alpine skullcap has potential to be the latest and greatest ingredient for skin whitening. Learn more about the related patent application, from AmorePacific Corp., in today's Patent Pick.

Patent Pick: Control Emulsion Interfaces Thermally

Take a peek at the future of product development with this hand-selected Patent Pick, chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. Today's highlight relates to nanoparticles with unique, thermally controlled interfacial properties.

VIDEO: Lesson Learned: Consumer Sensibilities are Crucial in R&D – Gallagher

In a recent exclusive interview with C&T, Kevin Gallagher, Croda’s retiring president of personal care/actives, revealed how being sensitive to consumer concerns extends beyond the marketing of products all the way into the lab. See what he talked about with C&T’s Rachel Grabenhofer.

Patent Pick: Non-aqueous, Eco-friendly Antimicrobial

Patent Picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. Today's patent, from ISP, relates to a non-aqueous, eco-friendly antimicrobial composition.

Patent Pick: Microbes to Inhibit Pathogen Adhesion

Patent Picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. Today's feature, from Nestec, relates to a Lactobacillus johnsonii bacteria strain that inhibits capability of pathogenic flora to adhere to skin.

Patent Pick: Silicone Polymer Photostabilizers

Patent Picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. Today's highlight relates to silicone polymers containing photostabilizers that enhance the stability of sunscreens especially in the UVA region.

Patent Pick: Whiten Skin with Orange Oil

Patent Picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. Today's choice, from L'Oréal, describes orange essential oil to treat skin pigmentation.

Patent Pick: Milk Protein to Increase Skin Sensation

Patent Picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. Today's highlight, from Megmilk Snow Brand, is a milk-derived protein to improve skin sensation.

Patent Pick: Spider Silk Slow Release

Patent Picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. This invention describes spider silk polypeptide particles and their production, for applications such as the slow release of ingredients.

VIDEO: Gallagher Notes Innovation, Sustainability, Among Accomplishments

In a recent exclusive interview with C&T, Kevin Gallagher, Croda’s retiring president of personal care/actives, spoke about some of the significant accomplishments of his long career with Croda. See what he talked about with C&T’s Rachel Grabenhofer.

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