In news this week, did see Symrise's warming ingredient was found to positively affect mood and feelings of well-being and satisfaction? Such emotional connections with the consumer are the future for cosmetics R&D; in fact, watch for our March issue (coming soon), featuring an article exploring synesthesia in cosmetics.
Also in the news, INOLEX introduced a new natural film former for sun care. And Mibelle Biochemistry highlighted an ingredient engineered from moss to help skin adapt to environmental stress. If you missed this week's news, you missed out! Watch our video recap, also covering:
- Alban Muller's lemon-based solution to toning and brightening skin;
- Katerina Steventon's Read the Label on ARK Skincare’s Radiance Serum;
- A paper from Biofabrication on bioprinted skin that incorporates pigmentation patterns;
- Research in the Journal of Experimental Medicine on targeting the newly identified LIGHT protein for eczema or atopic dermatitis treatment;
- A patent application from Unilever using small-interfering RNA to regulate sweat;
- Burt's Bees receiving the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance for its Sensitive skin care line;
- The ICMAD's new educational program on business-oriented practices, as well as the announcement of the 2018 Young Designers Awards Competition winners;
- Unilever's disclosure of fragrance ingredients to European consumers
- Projections for growth of the global mascara market; and
- Expectations for the expanding use of topical acne treatments .
Plus, our Product Pick of the week and exclusive Cosmetics & Toiletries reader insight. Watch now!