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Devan Fashions R-Vital Multivitamin for Topical Textile Delivery

R-Vital is the latest range of nutritional actives developed by textile specialist Devan for the treatment of fabrics and direct delivery to the body.

Live Lactobacillus reuteri Proven Effective for Atopic Dermatitis

Research from BioGaia AB and Malmö University, Sweden, shows that topical application of the live probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri can significantly improve atopic dermatitis.

Low pH Enhances Niacinamide-induced Cellular Autophagy

P&G researchers have published findings about the effects of pH on the ability of niacinamide to induce autophagy markers in skin.

Silica Nanoparticles Stabilize Biocompatible Pickering Emulsions

Research pre-published online in Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects explores the stability of biocompatible oils in Pickering emulsions.

Wherefour Traceability Tool Eases Recalls, Audits

Wherefour, Inc. has designed a traceability tool to allow quicker decision-making with cloud-based, tagged document storage functions to help make compliance and record-keeping easier.

Second Nature: Sustainability as the Outgrowth of Naturals, A Commentary

Personal care consumers increasingly demand natural products but these are not always sustainable, especially considering the broader principles of this doctrine. This paper is a commentary on natural products and ingredients, certifications and innovations to advance this category in the context of UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Primal Protector: Piper Betel Leaf Extends Aromatic, Antibacterial and UV Benefits

Kalipatti variety Piper betel leaf oil was obtained by hydro-distillation and characterized here, comparing oil variations with age, harvest season and plant parts extracted. Furthermore, the oil’s aromatic, antibacterial and UV-protective traits were assessed for potential cosmetic applications.

Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate: Biosurfactant in Action

Taurates are bio-based surfactants that combine strong detergency with mildness and biodegradability. This column reviews the chemistry, manufacture, properties and application of one in particular: sodium methyl cocoyl taurate.

Surfactant-free, Non-phototoxic, Creamy, Foaming and More: 'Cleansing' in the Literature

Anti-pollution care has been on the upswing. Along with this, consumers are now focused on cleansing and hygiene. This brief literature review highlights recent research in skin and hair cleansing; from photoxic concerns and foaming, to thickening and natural, surfactant-free formulating.

Ajowan Oil Exhibits Efficacy vs. Acne, Dandruff Microbes

Ajowan oil provides natural protection against microbes implicated in acne and dandruff, as well as cosmetic contamination, according to a new study. Results were published in Materials Today: Proceedings.

Activating Autophagy Diminishes Skin Dullness

P&G researchers have identified that the combination of Nymphaea alba and sucrose dilaurate enhance cellular autophagy in skin to increase the removal of AGEs and decrease skin dullness.

Patent Pick: Customizable Fragrance Blends

Personalization is a major trend in beauty and recently, consumers have sought perfume blends they can customize to their preference or mood. A recent Coty patent addresses this.

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