Draper, Colgate Researchers Produce Artificial Mouth with Lab-grown Tissue
According to Else Vedula, Ph.D., Draper, the research will allow for the evaluation of therapeutic agents and disease progression. The gum tissue grown in the laboratory can remain viable for 28 days, which is three weeks longer than existing models.
May 31st, 2023
How Sunscreen Base Formulas Affect SPF and Mechanical Properties
Xylyx Bio Matrikynes Exhibits Clinical Anti-aging, Barrier Repair Efficacy
Skin and Hair Supplements for Holistic Beauty, A Review
This article is a summation of recent research on skin supplements for skin and hair benefits. It underscores the growing complexity of nutricosmetics and emphasizes the need for more well-designed clinical trials. Log in to read the full article.
Apr 4th, 2023
Discover the In-cosmetics 2023 Bronze Sensory award: Symphonic Feelings
Get enchanted by this face cream from Seppic, inspired by classical music, which expresses itself sensorially throughout the application like a classical orchestra. A true sensory symphony demonstrated by a TDS sensorial test!
May 16th, 2023
How Bond Builders ‘Repair’ Hair
Bond builders are trending. So how do they work? This article explores the cross-linking bonds present in hair, how they are affected by damage and the ways in which cosmetic actives can alter them to improve hair properties.
Feb 27th, 2023
Spate's 2023 Top Skin Care Trends, Concerns & Products
Using Spate machine intelligence, coupled with expert insights from Michelle Lee, beauty expert and former Editor in Chief for Allure, the report shares consumers' habits and attitudes towards beauty looking into the future.
Feb 6th, 2023
A New Way to Assess Blue Light: Genemarker's Latest Research
Genemarkers has launched a new blue light testing service that includes a gene expression panel containing 52 genes specifically impacted by blue light; the genes regulate biological pathways such as oxidative stress, inflammation and skin aging.
Jan 25th, 2023
ECHA Adds to Hazardous Chemicals List, Reviews PFAS and Classification Proposals
The ECHA has added one cosmetic-related ingredient to the "hazardous" list, and received a five-nation proposal to restrict PFAS and three intentions/proposals to harmonize classification of cosmetic-related substances. See which ones are named.
Jan 18th, 2023
Color of Change to Retailers: Remove 'Toxic' Hair Products and 'Anti-Blackness'
Color of Change is calling on consumers to petition Target, ShopRite and other retailers to remove "toxic" lye relaxers and hair dyes that disproportionately affect Black consumers from shelves. This comes as the industry is making inclusivity inroads.
Jan 18th, 2023
Cranberry Proanthocyanidins Empower Antimicrobial Lip Gloss
Antimicrobial A-type proanthocyanidins (PACs) in cranberry can provoke alterations in the glycoproteins of enveloped viruses, according to Ángel Serrano Aroca, Ph.D., of Universidad Católica de Valencia. His team applied this to a lip gloss.
Jan 9th, 2023
Study Reveals Delayed Hypersensitivity Reaction to DPCP Topical
The data suggests a complex and evolving immunological delayed-type hypersensitivity in response to a single application of DPCP over time. Future studies are needed to further evaluate its pharmacologic mechanisms.
Jan 6th, 2023
How La Mer's Max Huber Labs'
Ferment Boosts Skin Lipids, Barrier Repair
The ability of
ferment to activate skin's production of essential lipids was presented by La Mer's Max Huber Labs during the 47th meeting of the Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology, held in Dec. 2-4, 2022.
Jan 6th, 2023
Kynurenines, Layered SPF, Red Algae and More: Sunscreen Patent Roundup
The Universities of Princeton and Utah, L'Oréal, Unilever, Kolmar Korea, Athena, Shiseido, Murata Manufacturing, LG Household & Health and Beiersdorf, among others, have recently published patents related to sunscreen innovation. Following is a roundup.
Dec 27th, 2022