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Apr 13, 2018 | Tony O'Lenick, Jr., and the late Johann W. Wiechers, Ph.D.
In this installment of our Words from Wiechers series, the late author encourages the industry to put more energy into products; i.e., "shaking, not stirring" them, for more innovative outcomes.
Apr 4, 2018
The Journal of American Academy of Dermatology studied the correlation between psoriasis and cardiovascular disease, as well as what could be causing it.
Apr 2, 2018
To foam or not to foam; that was the question. P&G inventors went the foam route in a new patent application that marries stability with sebum absorption and aesthetics in a foam composition.
Apr 2, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Greg Hillebrand, Ph.D., and Malcolm Kendall
How do external forces or topical agents affect our skin microbiome? In part II of our podcast series on microbiome interactions, Greg Hillebrand, Ph.D., of Amway and Malcolm Kendall, of Microbiome Insights, share what's known and what's not. Listen now!
Mar 29, 2018 | Travis Whitfill, Azitra Inc., Farmington, CT and Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT USA
Various factors shape an individual’s skin microbiome, which has key effects on skin appearance and health. These are described herein, as is the potential to develop products in consideration of the microbiome.
Mar 29, 2018 | Marc Pissavini, Cécile Robert, Muriel Pujos and Olivier Doucet, Coty-Lancaster, Monaco
History has revealed what has become well-known today: the human skin requires sun protection. But are UV filters enough? Here, the authors discuss the negative effects caused by other wavelengths. In addition, they propose a full light defense strategy.
Mar 29, 2018 | Saroja Narasimhan, Ph.D., and Jon Toliver, Johnson & Johnson, Skillman, NJ USA
Polyquaternium-10 is utilized by formulators in rinse-off and conditioning hair, cosmetic and body products. This article addresses the ingredient's production, properties and applications in the personal care industry.
Mar 27, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Stefanie Dhanda, Johnson & Johnson
Is there a possible gut-brain-beauty connection? Stefanie Dhanda, of Johnson & Johnson, seems to think so. In this podcast, she enlightens us with findings from a collaboration with Holobiome Corp.
Mar 26, 2018
Recent research from Martin S. Vethamuthu, Ph.D., and his team have suggested that fragrances, particularly in body washes and scrubs, can last longer with certain polymers.
Mar 19, 2018
Skin whitening still ranks among the top demands from cosmetic consumers, especially those in Asia. As such, Unilever researchers have been seeking safer, more efficient means to manage melanin. Their answer? Quite possibly, indolyl. A new patent application explains.
Mar 15, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer
Imagine the potential for "commensal cosmetics..." What might they do? What obstacles could they face? In this podcast, April Cosmetics & Toiletries author Travis Whitfill explores these thoughts and describes his motivation for writing the article.
Mar 15, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer
The Estée Lauder Companies is getting a real charge out of its latest research findings: caffeine affects skin’s electric potential and enhances hydration. Learn more from our podcast with Jaime Emmetsberger, Ph.D., of Tom Ford Research.