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Apr 07, 2006 | 03:55 PM CDT
Industry expert Tony O’Lenick explains the difference between a sulfate and a sulfonate.
Mar 31, 2006 | 05:29 PM CST
By: Charles Fox
Sakai et al. discuss the design of an emulsion film for highly moisturizing and occlusive functions.
Mar 31, 2006 | 05:18 PM CST
A collection of the latest ingredients and mixtures launched in the industry is presented in this issue. Visit our home page to download the complete PDF!
Mar 24, 2006 | 02:45 PM CST
Ken Klein tests your formulating knowledge.
Mar 13, 2006 | 07:28 PM CST
Tony O’Lenick poses the question: What’s the difference between a matter and a mind claim? Industry expert Johann Wiechers explains...
Feb 28, 2006 | 06:09 PM CST
By: Laurie DiBerardino, Cosmetics & Toiletries Mag…
The Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine team members’ commitment to our readers is evident in multiple ways: our unique content, our brilliant authors and the recent birth of C&T digital. Our pledge continues, evidenced by our latest launch—C&T Today. This biweekly newsletter, free to subscribers, provides breaking news from both the R&D personal care world, as well as other areas that fringe our industry such as food and pharmaceutical. C&T Today offers insights from around the world reported in our News and In the Mix sections. We also bring exclusive columns from industry experts including, “What’s Wrong with this Formula?” and “Comparatively Speaking.”
Feb 13, 2006 | 06:35 PM CST
An invention for license relates to a process for preparing aromatic amines.
Feb 10, 2006 | 02:19 PM CST
By Tony O'Lenick
In today’s competitive world, the cosmetic chemist must be a person of skill in cosmetic science. Beyond this, the formulator also must possess a great deal of artistic ability...
Jan 02, 2006 | 12:54 PM CST
By: Charles Fox
Adachi et al. discuss a new role of beta-endorphin in skin. Beta-endorphin and its opiate receptor are found in keratinocytes. The function of this morphine-like peptide is reducing pain and controlling stress. It also produces a pleasant feeling.
Jan 02, 2006 | 12:23 PM CST
By: Laurie DiBerardino
In this month’s issue, we honor Maison “Ed” G. deNavarre. Not only did this legend inspire the creation of the IFSCC and pull together an encyclopedia of knowledge that still resonates, he drove emulsion technology to new heights.