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Nov 26, 2019
Hybrid aerogels based on proteins and silica are reportedly the world's lightest solid—and capable of drug delivery, wound healing and supporting bone and tissue regrowth.
Nov 20, 2019
The CPI consortium's "Microstar" project aims to develop a testing platform comprising a series of microfluidic chips to rapidly screen formulation stability.
Nov 19, 2019
The Estée Lauder Companies has leveraged its little-known fermentation expertise in skin aging research. Not only did results identify age-dependent differences in skin microbiota, but also a Lactobacillus extract to improve acne.
Nov 18, 2019
As it turns out, even fingernails are not impervious to the negative effects of daily stress in the environment, as shown by a new test method developed by OxiProteomics. The company was awarded for its innovation at the Parisian event Cosmetics 360.
Nov 15, 2019
Weak photons emitted by the body increase after UV exposure. They appear to be an early detector for signs of photoaging, including skin dehydration and roughness, Kao Corp. reports.
Nov 13, 2019 | Katerina Steventon, Ph.D., FaceWorkshops, LLC, East Yorkshire, England
Dry skin is a frequent complaint that touches various consumer demographics. This roundup reviews recent findings on dry skin, including its prevalence, treatment options, related ingredients, infant care and more. Click through to the digital magazine for the complete article.
Nov 13, 2019 | Le H.D. Do, Pham Ngoc Thach University of Medicine, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and Howard I. Maibach, M.D., University of California San Francisco
Personalized medicine, aided by advances including pharmacogenomics, is ready for mainstream clinical adoption. These authors suspect such techniques could be applicable for personalized cosmetics, complete with tolerance and efficacy considerations. Click through to the digital magazine to read more.
Nov 6, 2019
University of Geneva researcher Anne-Claude Gavin, Ph.D., was recently honored with the Lipidomics Excellence Award for her work in mapping "lipid highways."
Nov 6, 2019
Skin sensitivity and its symptoms, including redness, itching and stinging and burning, are now a top skin care concern among consumers globally. DSM sought to understand why.
Nov 6, 2019 | Rachel Grabenhofer
"Our daily duty is to identify highly innovative active ingredients," Cornelia Schürch, Ph.D., told Cosmetics & Toiletries during a recent visit to Mibelle Biochemistry. See behind-the-scenes footage in this video.
Nov 4, 2019
A specialized polymer solution is sprayed through a small-sized applicator nozzle, which forms the membrane. It is not only light and soft, but also demonstrates a high capillary force.
Oct 30, 2019
In the spirit of Halloween, this Patent Pick features a Colgate-Palmolive invention for an aluminum-free, zinc-based antiperspirant or deodorant including optional soothing ingredients—such as witch (hazel) water.