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Kao Predicts 86 Changes in Skin with Age, Menstrual Cycle and More

Kao Corp. has designed a technique using AI and RNA from skin lipids to predict 86 constantly changing skin attributes. Results indicate shifts in skin moisture, transparency and glycosylation with age and during the menstrual cycle.

Tweaking Polyether Alkyl Derivatives to Modify Rheology

Polyether alkyl urea derivatives serve as gelators in cosmetic solvents and according to recent work published in Applied Polymer Materials, can produce different rheological effects depending on the solvent used.

High Demand for Naturals Continues – Guide Formulary Accelerates Formulation Work

Sponsored By: Natural Plant Products Inc.

Naturals match perfectly to wellness and self-care trends, which is what consumers are craving right now. Guide Formulation Library can help jump start your formulation work in this timely ingredient sector.

[podcast] Sexual Wellness and Tantalizing Connections to Beauty

Arousing results from a new clinical study connect masturbation with skin health benefits. In this exclusive video interview, Jamie Leventhal, founder and CEO of the sexual wellness brand clio/plusOne, explains.

Study Finds Skin Rashes Persist Post-COVID-19 Infection

Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital report that "long haul" COVID-19 survivors present with skin problems such as rashes that can last for months.

Hand Hygiene and Disease Prevention, Part III

The authors invite you to submit to this "living article" to help us keep on top of new developments. This article is the final part in our series on hand hygiene. It considers regulatory, legal and social aspects.

Breaking Down Barriers: Halal Nail Polish and the Islamic Perspective

Halal cosmetics are developed to satisfy the unique requirements of Islamic religious tenets, described briefly herein. In relation, the authors compare the ingredients utilized in traditional versus halal nail polish.

Color Developments: Advances in Hair Dye Within the Last Decade

Technical information about hair color remains relatively scarce, compared with other personal care categories. This brief review of the market, chemistries and patent literature means to fill the void since the review by Corbett in 1998.

Nicotinamide Can Protect Skin Cells From UV-Induced Damage

Italian researchers have discovered that a form of vitamin B3 can help protect skin cells from certain types of UV radiation.

[video] Arousing Opportunities Stir the Sexual Wellness Category

This exclusive interview with Jamie Leventhal, founder and CEO of clio/plusOne, explores the recent consumer interest in sexual wellness, connections with beauty, and alignments between self-pleasuring and self-care; watch now.

Droplette Device Drives High-speed Actives Delivery

Droplette's device generates sub-micron droplets of topical treatments and turns them into a high-velocity mist to penetrate reportedly without irritation and as much as 60% more effectively than a topical treatment.

Kao's Fine Fiber Tech Preps Skin for Smooth, Even Foundation Coverage

By spraying submicron fibers directly onto the skin's surface, Kao Corp. reports its fine fiber technology creates a uniform membrane upon which to layer makeup foundation for more even coverage.

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