Most Popular in Testing
- 1Stability Testing Guidance for Product Safety and Shelf-life Insight
- 2‘Cleaning Up’ Sun Care: Natural Wax/Surfactant Blend for Sustainable Performance
- 3[video] Cosmetics R&D Vlog: Sensory Experience and Clinical Efficacy—Testing Insights
- 4Moisturizer Penetration in Skin Revealed via Low-coherence Inferometry
- 5Sensing Epidermal Aging via Histone Variant H2A.J Biomarker
- 6Good As Gold: Validating Alternative SPF Test Methods
- 7Evaluating the Physiochemical Properties of Emollient Esters for Cosmetic Use
- 8Soothing Moves: Cannabis Sativa Cell Culture Alleviates Inflammation
- 9Lasting Impression: A Consumer-centric Approach to Measure Transfer-proof Lipstick
- 10Predicting the Percutaneous Penetration of Cosmetic Ingredients*
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May 3, 2021 | Michele Behrens, Cosmetics & Toiletries with Sabina Wizemann, Good Housekeeping Institute
In this Cosmetics R&D Vlog entry, Michele Behrens, of Cosmetics & Toiletries, gained insights from Sabina Wizemann, senior chemist at the Good Housekeeping Institute, about the company's product testing and which products performed the best.
Apr 26, 2021
Eppendorf has introduced a multipurpose centrifuge, Centrifuge 5910 Ri, to easily accelerate lab results.
Apr 23, 2021
Research published in the Russian journal Engineering describes a method to measure the penetration of gel moisturizers in skin in vivo via low-coherence interferometry.
Apr 15, 2021
Research published in Aging and Mechanisms of Disease has identified the histone variant H2A.J as a biomarker to detect senescent cells in skin, which could uncover connections between cellular senescence and skin aging.
Apr 8, 2021 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Celine Marque and Cyril Messaraa, Oriflame
In this Cosmetics R&D Vlog entry, Rachel Grabenhofer, of Cosmetics & Toiletries, gained insights from Celine Marque and Cyril Messaraa, two testing experts of Ori-Derm/Oriflame, on sensory and clinical testing today—and in the future. Watch now.
Apr 1, 2021 | Martina Issleib and Lars Jung, Symrise AG, Holzminden, Germany
Many clean beauty edicts emphasize the replacement of synthetic ingredients with sustainable and natural-derived materials wherever possible. Maintaining the same or better efficacy, however, poses a formulation challenge. This article explores the efficacy of multipurpose natural wax/surfactant blend to replace several traditional materials with one.
Mar 15, 2021 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Ka-Heng Lee, Ph.D., Wipro Skin Research and Innovation Center and 2020 Henry Maso Award Winner
During the IFSCC 2020 event, Ka-Heng Lee, Ph.D., was presented the Henry Maso Award for developing a test model to screen materials for anti-glycation efficacy in skin. Learn more from Cosmetics R&D vlog entry.
Mar 11, 2021
Every liquid has a fingerprint, according to Collo, and thanks to a novel radio wave technology, it can reportedly be measured in real time during production to ensure consistency and reduce waste.
Mar 1, 2021 | Angela Roca, Ph.D., Miguel Pérez-Aso, Ph.D. Blanca Martinez-Teipel, Ph.D., and Jordi Bosch, Provital S.A.U., Barcelona
Monk fruit extract can be used in a holistic approach to target mature skin. It improves physical and emotional well-being by balancing the skin's epigenetic signature to achieve homeostasis. In this article, the effects of a monk fruit extract are tested on dermal structure, hyaluronic acid and skin radiance. Artificial intelligence also is used to assess its emotional impact on the quality of life in mature women.
Mar 1, 2021 | Cyril Messaraa and Michelle Mangan, Oriflame Research & Development, Dublin
Described here is the development of a test method combining consumer input with instrumental measurements to assess the transfer-proof performance of lipsticks. Three lipsticks with varying transfer-resistance efficacy are then put to the test using this method.
Feb 25, 2021
DSM mapped changes in facial sebum and the microbiome after treatment with an Epilobium fleischeri-based sebum inhibitor. Results were presented in a poster during the 25th IFSCC.
Feb 15, 2021
Kao Corp. researchers have identified the skin benefits of its sprayable, ultra thin Fine Fiber Technology, including pollution and chafing protection, and sebum-absorbing effects.