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Comparatively Speaking: Silver Based Biocides vs. Quaternary Biocides

Industry expert Tony O’Lenick asks: What is the difference between silver based biocides and quaternary biocides? Norman Lowe from Chemlink (UK) answers the question.

Wipes

Cosmetic neurotoxin compositions: Allergan describes cosmetic neurotoxin compositions and methods of use. Cosmetic compositions include a clostridial neurotoxin component and a microsphere component. Certain compositions also include a botulinum toxin and a plurality of swellable microspheres.

What's Wrong with this Formula?

Industry expert Ken Klein tests your formulating knowledge with a sample formula filled with errors. Can you find them?

Exclusive! Comedic Chemistry By Ken Klein

Industry expert Ken Klein brings a little comedy to the bench with a few chemistry riddles...

Comparatively Speaking: Commodity vs. Specialty Chemical

Industry expert Tony O'Lenick asks: What is the difference between a commodity and a specialty chemical?

100 Years: What's Next?

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.

A Century of Change: The Language of Raw Materials

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.

Technically Speaking: Aging

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.

Exclusive! Comedic Chemistry By Ken Klein

Industry expert Ken Klein brings a little comedy to the bench with a few chemistry riddles:

Exclusive! Comedic Chemistry By Ken Klein

Industry expert Ken Klein brings a little comedy to the bench with a few chemistry riddles.

Comparatively Speaking: Protein vs. Peptide vs. Oligopeptide

Industry expert Tony O’Lenick asks: What is the difference between protein, a peptide and an oligopeptide? The answer is taken from an article written by Antonio Zamora.

Clear Packaging for Cosmetics

Eastman Chemical Company, known globally to supply PET resins for packaging, introduces Vitiva PET for clear packaging of cosmetic and personal care products

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