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[podcast] COVID-19 and Cosmetics: A View from Cosmetic Valley
Once given the authorization to produce hand sanitizers, French cosmetic companies both small and large impressively changed over to these products to provide them quickly to hospitals, Masson reports, in this interview.
Apr 13th, 2020
[podcast] Vibrant Vegan Magenta Pigment by BASF Colors & Effects
To craft a bold, vegan and carmine-free pigment in the red color space, BASF Colors & Effects scientists leveraged their expertise to layer sustainably sourced mica. Learn more from this free podcast.
BASF Colors & Effects
Apr 3rd, 2020
[podcast] Microbiome Dynamics and Modulating Skin Health
There is still much to learn about the skin microbiome, especially to support microbiome-friendly claims with solid science. In this podcast, sponsored by CLR, Harald van der Hoeven explains the knowns, unknowns and opportunities in the skin microbiome. He also presents two innovations to address the knowns. Listen now.
CLR-Chemisches Laboratorium Dr. Kurt Richter GmbH
Apr 1st, 2020
[podcast] Sunscreen Innovation Act Update: MUsT Test and Penetration Potential
"What’s changed with respect to sunscreen evaluation is ... the test model they are using now is designed for drugs ...and has never been applied previously for the sunscreens," Epstein reports.
EMD Chemicals Inc/Cosmetic Ingredients
Mar 9th, 2020
[podcast] Consumer Gaps, Waterless Forms, Bio-inspired Ideas and More in Hair Research
This podcast underlines opportunities for hair care product development, including unaddressed consumer segments, waterless products, concepts from the hair transplant and cloning communities, and more. Listen now!
Jan 15th, 2020
[podcast] Anti-pollution, Genomics, Personalization and More in Hair Research
This podcast explores new directions in hair research, including anti-pollution and hair protection, the hair follicle microbiome, how genomics is changing what’s possible, personalized products and more. Listen now!
Jan 15th, 2020
[podcast] How Function of Beauty Makes Hair Care Personal
In this exclusive podcast, sponsored by INOLEX, Function of Beauty co-founder Zahir Dossa explains how the company came to be, and how it achieves a truly personalized product. Register to listen; it's free.
Oct 4th, 2019
[podcast] How to Catch Consumers: Cosmetic Players Need to Think Differently
Cosmetic manufacturers have used the same supply chain format for 30 years; but the consumer is shopping very differently. So, how can you catch up with them, in this new dynamic? Karen Young has some suggestions. And as she explains here,
is all about solving this equation.
Sep 17th, 2019
[podcast] Mary Kay on Why Biology is Exciting for Product Development
Understanding biology, along with regulatory caution, data to guide project decisions, and investments in up-front research, are key to creating effective products. Mary Kay's Lucy Gildea, Ph.D., explains.
Sep 11th, 2019
[podcast] Beauty and the Microbiome: Happily Ever After
"The introduction of chemicals in cosmetics and personal care products while simultaneously not interacting with the environment has had a significant impact on the diversity of our skin microbiome." Hear more in this podcast and at
Jul 17th, 2019
[podcast] Naturally Targeting Biology for Skin Benefits
In this interview, Lucy Gildea, Ph.D., chief scientific officer of Mary Kay Inc., explains that specific natural ingredients can address hyperpigmentation and rosacea. Listen now to learn more.
Jun 19th, 2019
[podcast] Natural Cosmetics: Current Challenges and Future Direction
Naturals are not always safer but (almost) always what consumers want in cosmetics. Learn more about today's demands and tomorrow's direction in this interview with Aveda's Executive Director of Botanical Research Cindy Angerhofer, Ph.D..
Jun 11th, 2019
[podcast] Hair Cloning, Scalp Microbiome and Melanin Color Transcription
Regarding new hair research, "[One] trend, almost entering the “sci-fi” realm, is for hair cloning and transplantation, to regenerate hair in the dermal papilla cells," explained Gill Westgate, Ph.D., in this "Industry Insight" interview.
May 30th, 2019
[podcast] Mother Dirt on Formulating Approaches for the Skin Microbiome
How much do we really know about the skin microbiome? And how is the cosmetics industry approaching it? In this exclusive interview, Jennifer Cookson, head of R&D for of Mother Dirt, explores what we've learned so far and ideas to move ahead. Listen now.
May 10th, 2019
[podcast] Stopping Sweat at the Source with a Model for Bioactive Antiperspirants
Sweating is not exactly pretty but a new biological model could lead to answers for turning off this turn-off. Torsten Ertongur-Fauth, Ph.D., of BRAIN AG, explained in this podcast interview.
May 1st, 2019
[podcast] Are Naturals Better for Compromised Skin? Burt's Bees Responds
Natural products may be even more effective than dermatologist-recommended synthetic regimens for atopic dermatitis and rosacea, a recent Burt's Bees study finds. Learn more in this podcast.
Mar 18th, 2019
[podcast] Why the FDA Disallows Europe’s Sunscreens
Between limited UV filter options and bans on organic sunscreens, the U.S. sunscreen market is wrought with strife. So why not just add Europe's UV filters to expand the U.S. portfolio? As David Steinberg explains in this podcast, it's not that easy. Listen now.
Mar 12th, 2019
[podcast] Defining 'Clean Beauty'
To gain perspective on how consumers define
—and why—we asked Richard Pietz, director of product development and technical sales for Kora Organics. He shares his take in this exclusive podcast, sponsored by Ingredion.
Jan 10th, 2019
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