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Aug 2, 2021
A paper published in the International Journal of Manufacturing Economics and Management investigates packaging design from a product development view with an eye toward sustainability and biomimicry.
Jul 30, 2021 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Hemali Gunt, Ph.D., Burt's Bees
Research presented by Burt's Bees during this year's AAD virtual conference reinforced previous work showing bakuchiol's anti-aging efficacy, but unexpectedly uncovered an opposite mechanism to that of retinol. Listen to this free podcast to learn more.
Jul 28, 2021
With Cannabis sativa as an initial target, supercritical glycerin could be used as a solvent to extract natural bioactive compounds.
Jul 21, 2021
Recent research has shown that when used in cosmetics, Indian sandalwood oil has anti-aging and antioxidant properties.
Jul 13, 2021
A recent interview on Phys.org with Argonne National Laboratory Engineer Mark Messner explores how neural networks in AI could be used to predict material structures, given preferred properties, some 2,000+ times faster than standard simulations.
Jul 13, 2021
Sulforaphane, an isothiocyanate isolated from broccoli, has been shown to inhibit underlying mechanisms of hair loss.
Jul 8, 2021
Research published in Angewandte Chemie demonstrates mixing via the Staudinger reaction has the capability to synthesize amphiphilic molecules without the use of catalysts or reagents.
Jul 6, 2021
AmorePacific researchers, among others, have bylined a study showing that shikimic acid in giant sequoia callus can reprogram dermal fibroblasts into precursor cells that facilitate wound healing, enhance dermal reconstruction and increase markers for collagen.
Jul 6, 2021
A recent study utilizing functional magnetic resonance imaging concluded, “applying makeup is a personally rewarding activity even for blind females, as it strongly activates the reward system and the reward/memory system network."
Jul 1, 2021 | Greta Faccio, Ph.D., Independent Scientist, St. Gallen, Switzerland
Plants have evolved an array of metabolites to face photo-oxidative stress and irradiation. This article offers a commentary about how such phytoconstituents could support the development of effective, natural and sustainable sun protection.
Jul 1, 2021 | Vaibhav Kaushik, Ritesh Chogale, Vaishali Gode and Sudhakar Mhaskar, Marico R&D Center, Mumbai
This second installment in a two-part series reviews the literature for research analyzing the benefits of hair oiling at the corticular level; part one examined surface modifications in hair. Here, oil penetration is critically analyzed, along with its internal effects in terms of hair softness, flexibility and strength. These benefits are illustrated in both single fiber and bulk research.
Jul 1, 2021 | Rachel Grabenhofer, Cosmetics and Toiletries and Simarna Kaur, Ph.D., Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health
In this "Industry Insight," Simarna Kaur, Ph.D., platform leader and R&D fellow for translational science at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health shares J&J’s research to improve the skin condition of cancer patients.