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Nov 28, 2018
"The pleasure is all yours" seems to be the cosmetic industry's latest message to consumers. Recent work from Kao Corp. and others, including ingredient suppliers, demonstrates.
Nov 15, 2018
Orchids have sprouted up among the latest craze for indigenous ingredients—first in medicine, and now, apparently, in cosmetics. A new LVMH patent explains.
Nov 13, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Motonori Kurosumi, POLA
POLA researcher Motonori Kurosumi explored how we perceive the age of others in moving vs. static faces. He touches on his findings in this video interview.
Nov 12, 2018 | Prashant Bahadur, Ph.D., and Saroja Narasimhan, Ph.D., Johnson & Johnson, Skillman, NJ USA
Cetyl alcohol can provide emulsifying, thickening and conditioning benefits. This versatility, thanks to its structure and properties, described here, lends itself to a wide range of applications, including shampoos, sunscreens and lipsticks.
Nov 5, 2018
Research conducted at the NYU School of Medicine has found that mammalian brains can identify scents more quickly than previously.
Oct 30, 2018
GlaxoSmithKline inventors have their eye on occlusion as a mechanism to reduce skin dryness. Here, they look to oils, fats and waxes from pumpkin, shea and more for new tricks to improve topical treatments.
Oct 30, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Gabriela Daniels, London College of Fashion
Besides sight, scent is perhaps our most primordial sensory input. Here, Gabriela Daniels, of the London College of Fashion, explains a master's degree study on crossing sensory cues to elevate cosmetic product experiences.
Oct 26, 2018
Researchers believe that with this study that they can develop clinical applications for linalool scents in treating various anxiety disorders.
Oct 17, 2018
A research group from the University of Alabama at Birmingham may have just discovered the scientific fountain of youth. Their test results show that aging is a genetic mutation that we might just be able to turn off.
Oct 15, 2018
Acne may not be life threatening, but it does impact the emotional stability of those suffering with it. That is why a group of researchers are working on creating an acne vaccine, and their findings have been published.
Oct 15, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Charles Spence, Ph.D.
Crunching sounds can make food taste better. Heavier lipstick tubes impress a sense of luxury. How might product developers benefit from these signals? Find out in this podcast series.
Oct 9, 2018
"Right now, I'm sure CeraVe will use these results to take a look at what market forces are driving [patient] choices," explained Neal Bhatia, M.D., in this last in a three-part podcast series exploring psoriasis care.