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- 1Sunscreen Extreme: Are We Filtering Too Much?
- 2How Researchers Believe Cosmetic Ingredients Pollute Waterways
- 3The Camera Never Lies: Visualizing Sun Protection Loss and Ways to Fortify Films
- 4Skin Care Could Translate to Brain, Heart and Blood Sugar Health
- 5[video] Probiotics to Cosmetics: A 'Natural' Progression
- 6Polar vs. Nonpolar Oils
- 7Comparatively Speaking: Isotactic vs. Syndiotactic vs. Atactic in Polymers
- 8Comparatively Speaking: Humectants vs. Emollients vs. Occlusive Agents
- 9'Goddess' Linking Stress to Aging Revealed
- 10Comparatively Speaking: Patents, Exclusive Right and Public Development
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Apr 15, 2019 | Rachel Grabenhofer
Cosmetic elegance, not to mention lip moisture, did not escape these Glaxosmithkline inventors in a recent patent submission for lip care.
Apr 11, 2019 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Hiroyuki Yoshida, of Kao Corp.
The mechanisms of photoaging—and effective approaches against them—remain elusive, which is why Kao Corp. sought to uncover them to approach photoaging in a new way: through hyaluronan homeostasis. Learn more from this video interview.
Mar 30, 2019 | Richard Weller, M.D., Relaxsol, Edinburgh, UK
Research has confirmed, and consumers now know, that sunlight is a skin carcinogen. But is it all bad? Sunscreens block photochemical reactions in skin that provide important health benefits. As such, balance is needed. Click through to read more in our April digital edition.
Mar 29, 2019 | Vincent Hubiche, Malorie Duvent, Viviane Bardin and Paula Lennon, Gattefossé, St. Priest, France
This work utilizes a UVA camera specially designed to quantify UV protection. It confirms sunscreen efficacy loss over time. Results underline the need to improve the durability of sunscreen films; in relation, a natural wax derivative is exemplified.
Mar 29, 2019
Skin cancer is no joke, and that is why so many people are working to try and better understand it. Katie DeCicco-Skinner is one such person who is looking into the genetics of squamous cell carcinoma.
Mar 28, 2019 | Anthony J. O'Lenick, Jr., IFSCC Education Chair and Siltech, LLC
There are now more than 10 million patents issued in the United States, and they are a crucial part of how we develop cosmetic and personal care products.
Mar 26, 2019 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Shaheen Majeed and Arumugam Sivakumar, Ph.D., Sabinsa/Sami Labs Ltd.
Probiotic functionality is not what you typically expect from a cosmetic but the industry has moved in this direction. Why? This interview provides insight on the progression from naturals to probiotics.
Mar 26, 2019 | Shu Nishikori, POLA
Working out makes a world of difference for your physical and mental well-being, but new research suggests it also impacts beauty in a previously unknown way.
Mar 25, 2019
Trace amounts of personal care ingredients enter streams, oceans and other waterways through wastewater, where they are only partially broken-down, according to recent findings. Are regulatory repercussions to follow?
Mar 21, 2019
A study from the Boston University School of Medicine has revealed mutations in the longevity gene klotho, named for the Greek goddess Clotho, are connected with cellular aging.
Mar 18, 2019
We hear it all the time: the skin is the largest organ, and we focus on ways to address signs of aging or ailments. But according to a new study, skin health (or lack thereof) could have much larger implications.
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Mar 11, 2019
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