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Section: Formulas/Products > AP/Deodorant
More Than 7,000 Attend Suppliers' Day for Cosmetic Innovation
The cosmetics industry is all about keeping up with the latest trends and innovations, as evidenced by more than 7,000 attendees who traveled to Edison, N.J., USA, for the New York chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists' (NYSCC) Suppliers' Day 2013.
Jun 10th, 2013
Formula Anatomy Deciphered—Foot Care
Many dermatological diseases such as athlete’s foot occur because the feet spend long spans of time in a warm, dark and humid environment. While there are several foot diseases related to diabetes, this column will focus on the development of foot care formulae designed for cosmetic treatments.
Jul 3rd, 2012
Patent Picks—Microencapsulation, Maillard Reaction and Ether Guanidines for Antiperspirants
Chosen biweekly for their relevance to personal care, "Patent Picks" are taken from publicly available sources. This edition features technologies related to antimicrobial, antiperspirant and deodorant applications.
Jun 6th, 2012
Read the Label Online—Tom's of Maine Naturally Dry
“The first antiperspirant made entirely from ingredients from nature,” is a pretty strong claim for a product category that is well-established; but without comparing it to every other antiperspirant on the market, one cannot definitively say whether it is the “first” or not.
Jun 4th, 2012
Formulating With Naturals—Antiperspirants and Deodorants
Within the realm of natural and organic personal care products, deodorants and antiperspirants loom large simply because the overall category itself is very large in any retail health and beauty aids planogram. These two related products—i.e., antiperspirants and deodorants (AP/Deo)—are fraternal twins joined at the axilla that perform in this same anatomical arena using some of the same tricks.
Feb 2nd, 2012
Formula Anatomy Deciphered—Antiperspirants
The formulation matrix delivery system is the key to effectiveness and acceptable consumer antiperspirant systems. The most common delivery systems are roll-ons (either aqueous or cyclosiloxane suspensions), aerosol (hydrocarbon propellant suspensions), extrudable clear gels (water-in-cyclosiloxane emulsions), extrudable opaque soft solids (anhydrous cyclosiloxane suspension pastes) or solid sticks (anhydrous cyclomethicone suspension solids).
Oct 28th, 2011
Patent Picks—Antimicrobials, Cleansers, Fragrance/Malodor and Delivery
This edition of "Patent Picks" features recently issued patents relevant to cosmetic product development, from antimicrobial compositions and ceramide emulsions, to foaming alcohol, fragrances and cysteine to counteract malodor, among others.
Dec 8th, 2010
Feasibility Study of Sago Starch for Perfumed and Cooling Body Powders
In the present article, sago starch-containing perfumed and cooling body powders are formulated and their physicochemical properties for potential skin irritation are examined. The results indicate that sago starch could potentially be used as the main component in body powders.
Dec 1st, 2009
Comparatively Speaking: Ten Cosmetic Formula Types
Cosmetic formulas include solutions, creams/emulsions, lotions, ointments/pastes, suspensions, tablets, powders, gels, sticks and aerosols. Here, Tony O'Lenick turns to Perry Romanowski to discuss their differences.
Sep 16th, 2009
Developing a Refreshment Towel for Men
This article describes the development of a refreshment towel intended to manage sweat and odor anywhere on the body. The design framework, substrate, refreshment formulation and packaging are discussed.
Jun 26th, 2009
Diglycerol: A Humectant With Unique Sensory Qualities
Diglycerol is a humectant that also provides unique sensory qualities in toothpaste (improves impacted flavor and longevity of cooling and fresh breath sensation) and deodorant sticks (reduces irritation and tackiness; improves clarity, fragrance impact and fragrance longevity).
Jun 24th, 2009
Antiperspirants and Other Topics
Emulsions made of monoesters and polymers: L’Oréal discloses interesting oil-in-water cosmetic emulsions consisting of monoesters and polymers.
Jun 19th, 2009
Linear Polyethylenes and Long-Chain Alcohols in Underarm Sticks and Soft Solids
Linear polyethylenes and long-chain alcohols are alternatives to stearyl alcohol for gelling systems based on cyclomethicone. These materials have particular utility in formulations for antiperspirant or deodorant sticks and soft solids.
Jun 19th, 2009
Underarm Technical Review 2003: Consumer Drivers
The Final Antiperspirant Monograph and patent activities (new actives, improved deodorant protection and formulation enhancements) are among the forces reviewed here for their effect on future antiperspirants and deodorants.
Jun 19th, 2009
The Anatomy of a Formula—Antiperspirant Sticks, Soft Solids and Gels
Deodorants have been used for more than 5,000 years, with every major civilization having left a record of efforts to mask body odors. Over time, applications have evolved from masking offensive odors with simple perfumed oil, to today’s complex deodorant and antiperspirant (AP) applications.
May 4th, 2009
An Antimicrobial Deodorant
In recent years, in response to increased consumer demand for antiperspirants with deodorant functions, the antiperspirant deodorant market has expanded. Accordingly, each company is energetically doing research on body odor and developing antiperspirants.
Oct 23rd, 2008
A Novel Strategy for Achieving Efficacy in Deodorants
Growing worldwide demand for mild, natural ingredients has prompted new formulating approaches in deodorants, yet the number of efficacious ingredients outside of antiperspirant actives has remained limited. This paper looks at historic approaches to formulating for deodorancy and examines recent data pertaining to myristamidopropyl PG-dimonium chloride phosphate, a naturally derived ingredient with application in deodorants.
Oct 20th, 2008
Evaluating the Stability of Flavor and Fragrance Materials in Deodorant Sticks
In antiperspirants and deodorants, active ingredients or product formulations can alter the perfume oils or individual odorants in the aqueous alcoholic solutions. Thus, it is important to conduct stability tests before large-scale manufacture and distribution. In the described study, researchers evaluated the stability of various flavor and fragrance materials in deodorant sticks containing active ingredients.
Oct 20th, 2008
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