Tom Branna, Editorial Director March 5, 2014 No pain, no gain. When it comes to over-the-counter products, the best-performing segments include analgesic rubs and anti-itch treatments. Acne treatment sales may be down a bit, but when folks are hurting, they’re
turning to OTC treatments rather than relying on their doctors.
Christine Esposito, Associate Editor March 5, 2014 Category leaders are formulating lotions and sprays that feature anti-aging ingredients with improved feel and performance, making today’s sun care products easier to incorporate into both the daily routine and a day at the beach.
Silke Langer, Dr. Manuela Pflaumbaum, Dr. Annika Schrader, Isabell Witt and Paul Zayas, Evonik March 5, 2014 In today’s fast-growing men’s grooming segment, guys want tailor-made solutions
that require unique ingredients, according to Evonik researchers.
Tom Branna , Editorial Director March 5, 2014 The laundry care category is awash with novel chemistry and dispensing concepts. But to keep the innovations flowing, the industry calls for meaningful reform of the 1976 Toxic Substances and Control Act during the annual meeting and convention of the American Cleaning Institute.
Tom Branna, Editorial Director March 5, 2014 Suppliers to the laundry and home care sector bring new products, new capacity and new technology to market as consumers seek solutions to make cleaning easier than ever.
February 7, 2014 Following are the contact details of trade associations that serve various segments of our industry and are mentioned frequently in the pages of Happi. Associations that are not listed but wish to be included should contact Tom Branna, Happi/Rodman Media, Ramsey, NJ Tel: (201) 880-2223; Fax: (201) 825-0553; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christine Esposito, Associate Editor February 7, 2014 High-tech devices can improve skin or remove unwanted hair and the consumer never has to leave her home. These new tools of the trade continue to capt
Imogen Matthews, In-Cosmetics January 1, 2014 Innovative ideas at prestige skin care counters and on drugstore shelves can often
be traced back to the doctor’s office. Here’s a closer look at how dermatology and
professional skin care impacts the mainstream.