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Coptis Launches Toxicology Database

To give users access to toxicity information for more than 2,000 substances, Coptis designed Coptis Tox. Learn more about it during in-cosmetics in April 2017.

UPDATED: How Smart Devices are Changing Hair and Skin Care Routines

With products ranging from smart hairbrushes to wearable UV skin patches it is safe to say that technology is slowly but surely shaping the beauty industry.

Skin Barrier Impaired? Two 'TEWLs' to Tell

It has been proposed that topical treatment using linoleic acid can repair defective barrier function in damaged skin. The present article tests this theory and compares the results using two types of TEWL measurements: open and closed chamber.

Hydration Detection as Simple as a Selfie?

What do you get when you cross the selfie with skin care research and a few brilliant engineers? The mobile turgor test.

Tools of the Trade for Sensory Testing

One challenge in manufacturing is the variance in quality of raw materials; another is the mixing process. Mechanical tests, described here in brief, will quickly identify cosmetics and lotions that should be rejected or reworked.

Dry Heat Transdermal System Launched to Benefit Testing

To help test creams, lotions, ointments and patches, Logan Instruments Corp. launched DHC-6T, a dry heat transdermal diffusion cell system. With interchangeable glass volumes, this system helps keep Franz cells from breaking, among other beneficial features.

C + K Introduces Tewameter with Three Probes for Better Efficiency

Courage + Khazaka has upgraded its well-known TEWL and barrier function measurement device, the Tewameter, with three probe heads for better efficiency.

C + K Introduces Tewameter with Three Probes for Better Efficiency

Courage + Khazaka has upgraded its well-known TEWL and barrier function measurement device, the Tewameter, with three probe heads for better efficiency.

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