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Aug 21, 2006 | 10:35 AM CDT
Collagen injections may be a thing of the past. Japanese sweetmaker, Eiwa Confectionery has introduced collagen marshmallows to the UK.
Aug 15, 2006 | 04:35 PM CDT
Industry expert Ken Klein brings a little comedy to the bench with a few chemistry riddles...
Aug 15, 2006 | 01:20 PM CDT
Industry expert Tony O'Lenick asks: What is the difference between a commodity and a specialty chemical?
Aug 14, 2006 | 11:04 AM CDT
Chanel will be introducing a recent scientific process in its fall launch of Sublimage Essential Regenerating Cream.
Aug 02, 2006 | 02:18 PM CDT
By: Rachel L. Chapman
A century of tenacity in an industry is a significant measure of a company’s ability to do something—and do it well. Achieving a 100-year milestone takes leading progress and adapting to change. Since its inception in 1906 as The American Perfumer, Cosmetics & Toiletries (C&T) magazine has watched and furthered the progressive work of bench chemists from around the world.
Aug 02, 2006 | 02:06 PM CDT
By: Bud Brewster, Allured Publishing
This article celebrates the centennial of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine by reviewing the magazine’s coverage of several basic types of cosmetic raw materials that were introduced or used in the formulations of the 20th century.
Aug 02, 2006 | 02:01 PM CDT
By: Dolores T. Kenney, Olson & Hierl, Ltd.
A brief survey of cosmetic patents discussed in 100 years of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine discloses how ingredients and technologies have evolved from simple to sophisticated.
Aug 02, 2006 | 01:41 PM CDT
By: Charles Fox
As readers will know, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine is celebrating its 100th year in business, and I thought it might be interesting to see how the publication and the industry have changed and grown in those 100 years.
Jul 31, 2006 | 04:51 PM CDT
Understanding the relationship between observations, insights and ideas can fuel successful product development.
Jul 31, 2006 | 02:56 PM CDT
Industry expert Ken Klein brings a little comedy to the bench with a few chemistry riddles: