Most Popular in Testing
- Soft-focus for the Selfie-obsessed: Eye Tracking to Improve Color Formula Development
- Exposing Ingredient Exposure: It's Better Than We Thought
- Skin Barrier Impaired? Two 'TEWLs' to Tell
- How Damaged is Hair? Part One: Surface Damage
- Zeta Potential and Particle Size to Predict Emulsion Stability
- Measuring and Pre-selecting Functional Filler Pigments
- SPF Debate Puts Derms to the Test
- Measuring Hair Strength, Part I: Stress-Strain Curves
- Beating the Damaging Effects of Heat on Hair
- The Perplexing Topic of Hair 'Type': How Do We Classify Hair?
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Dec 6, 2016
Pheomelanin is the red/blond pigment. Its presence has been associated with an elevated risk of melanoma. However, a new technique has been developed to visualize it, which could serve as an early indicator.
Dec 6, 2016
Working with Dymax Oligomers & Coatings allows you to focus on your core strengths while we focus on ours
Nov 22, 2016
Want faster hair adsorption? Lower the temperature. As least, that's what one study with a corn-derived biosurfactant, from the Royal Society of Chemistry, showed.
Nov 18, 2016
Most hair-related properties and issues can be rationalized by fiber size and shape, and/or the consequences of extreme conditions. However, the varying reactivity of different hair types with chemical treatments suggests potential differences in structure.
Nov 9, 2016
What do you get when you cross the selfie with skin care research and a few brilliant engineers? The mobile turgor test.
Nov 1, 2016
Sunscreen failure, SPF as a myth, an alternative vitamin D and others were topics of discussion at the sun care session during the IFSCC Congress. Following are some highlights.
Oct 24, 2016 | Denise Herich, TBC
In-home usage studies put your beauty care brand to the test and yield compelling consumer claims.
Oct 17, 2016
...use great caution with the advice you bring.' Just what we need. Another critic scrutinizing appearance. And before coffee no less. Yet, this unbiased, digitized evaluation offers interesting potential; and if we don't like it, we can always turn it off.
Oct 7, 2016
It's nice to see our government liaison supporting our scientists' efforts by standing up to share with others the notion that cosmetic science is real.
Oct 3, 2016
Intuition, vibe, instinct, gut feeling—most of us have experienced it. Science has tried to measure it. What does this have to do with cosmetics? Well, everything.
Sep 30, 2016
Rather than anti-aging claims, these authors sought to quantify well-being as it relates to the effects of a new active: centcyamine. The authors confirmed a correlation between well-being scores, instrumental observations, self-assessment and, indirectly, in vitro mechanistic data.
Sep 29, 2016
Studies have shown that exposure to airborne, traffic-related particulate matter (PM) is associated with increased signs of extrinsic skin aging.1-3 Using model particles as surrogates, these researchers developed an in vitro model to evaluate premature aging induced via the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) pathway. They found a new AhR antagonist could inhibit the up-regulation of genes indicative for premature aging.