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Vantage Specialty Ingredients Progresses its Product Portfolio

Vantage Specialty Ingredients acquired Curoxyl and Curcylic for their product portfolio.

Study Suggests Link Between Citrus Consumption and Melanoma Risk

A recent study suggests a possible link between the consumption of citrus and an increased risk of malignant melanoma.

Destruction and Creation Harmonize at C&T Summit

“Analysis, synthesis, creation and destruction” was the secret recipe behind keynote speaker Jeffrey Baxter’s guide to unconventional thinking for problem-solving during the Cosmetics & Toiletries Summit.

Shea Butter Extract for Bioactive Skin Care

The anti-inflammatory and protease-inhibiting activity of triterpene esters is reported in the literature and reviewed here. These findings indicate the material’s potential for reducing skin stress induced by environmental factors. In consideration, studies were conducted to assess the various effects of shea butter triterpene esters on skin inflammation, barrier thickness and collagen production.

Sourcing and Using Maca and Suma Roots

In recent years, interest in sourcing plant roots as active ingredients for cosmetic use has grown tremendously. Roots such as maca and suma are rich in secondary metabolites and, as described here, can have specific actions on skin to increase its vitality and response to environmental stresses.

Olay Breakthrough Identifies Traits of ‘Ageless’ Women

The Multi-Decade and Ethnicity (MDE) study reveals biological commonalities among a subset of women who look exceptionally younger than their age.

Gold Microparticles Zap Sebaceous Follicles

Nano shells enable selective photothermolysis to help treat acne.

Sun Protection and Early Detection

According to the 2014 American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) Survey on Dermatologic Procedures, ASDS members performed an estimated 3.08 million skin cancer treatments last year.

Wearables: A Beautiful Future

New technology opens the door to self-diagnosis of skin issues.

Child Subjects Proposed for AD Treatment Trials

Treatment options for atopic dermatitis (AD) are expanding and dermatologists anticipate new therapies to help both children and adults.

A Review of Novel Cleansing and Conditioning Systems

Cleansing and conditioning are basic steps in a typical hair care routine, and efforts are continually under way to develop novel and improved systems for such functions—especially considering various consumer lifestyles and hair types. This brief review highlights a few recent advances in trending hair cleansing and conditioning systems.

Shaving and its Effects on Percutaneous Absorption in the Skin*

Despite its being an area of concern for many years, the percutaneous absorption of cosmetics has not been rigorously studied. Additionally, the effects of shaving on this process are relatively unknown. An overview of recent research reveals that more research in this area is required.

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