Recent in Methods & Processes (page 12 of 14)
Dec 19, 2007
The UK Royal Society of Chemistry has reported that existing waste water treatment systems in the United Kingdom are not designed to remove chemicals in personal care products and that those chemicals are seeping into the water system.
Dec 3, 2007 | Emilie Desmarthon, LCW—Sensient Cosmetic Technologies
The present work describes a cosmetic technology based on a newer formulating concept—cream in powder form. The final formulation can be created by two different technical processes to produce either water- or oil-based cosmetics. In each case, the proper selection of ingredients determines the stability of the finished products.
Mar 27, 2007
Industry expert Tony O’Lenick examines the difference between cloud point and high cloud point.
Mar 13, 2007
Tony O’Lenick asks: What is the difference between free radical polymerization and controlled radical polymerization?
Mar 2, 2007 | David C. Steinberg, Steinberg & Associates
Water activity is a key consideration in preserving cosmetics. As this article discusses, there is an important difference between the amount of water present in a product and availability of this water for microorganism growth.
Feb 27, 2007
Industry expert Tony O’Lenick explains the difference between residual monomer concentration in radical vs. condensation polymerization techniques.
Dec 28, 2006 | Olga V. Dueva-Koganov, B. Scott Jaynes, Colleen Rocafort, Shaun Barker and Jianwen Mao, Ciba Specialty Chemicals Corp.
While staff that normally writes the Bench & Beyond column is taking some time off, this space offers an article by Olga V. Dueva-Koganov, B. Scott Jaynes, Colleen Rocafort, Shaun Barker and Jianwen Mao at Ciba Specialty Chemicals Corporation in Tarrytown, N.Y., USA.
Dec 28, 2006 | Jürgen Meyer, Gabriele Polak and Ralph Scheuermann, Goldschmidt Personal Care
A new technology has been developed for the production of o/w phase inversion concentration (PIC) emulsions with a very fine particle size and excellent storage stability. The concept is based on non-ethoxylated emulsifiers and can be easily used for the preparation of impregnating lotions for cosmetic wet wipes.
Nov 21, 2006
Industry expert Tony O'Lenick explains the difference between an emulsion and an invert emulsion.
Oct 17, 2006 | Ken Klein, Cosmetech Laboratories
Formulating water-in-oil emulsions is inherently more difficult than oil-in-water emulsions.
Sep 29, 2006
Kyowa Hakko has announced its creation of a fermentation-based method for the commercial production of L-Tyrosine.
Aug 14, 2006
Chanel will be introducing a recent scientific process in its fall launch of Sublimage Essential Regenerating Cream.