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.
Christine Esposito, Associate Editor January 1, 2014 Consumers continue to crave “natural” when it comes to personal care. Their appetites are satiated by naturally inspired SKUs as well as brands that offer no comprises when it comes to their final formulations.
Tom Branna, Editorial Director January 1, 2014 Fragrance plays an important role in every household-cleaning category. No wonder why marketers are devoting more resources than ever to product perfumery.
Tom Branna, Editorial Director January 1, 2014 Unit dose formulas have made the biggest splash in the laundry detergent
category in the past year, but formulators still have more ideas to spur growth
in a sluggish category.
Tom Branna, Editorial Director January 1, 2014 As the Consumer Specialty Products Association celebrates its centennial, it gives a nod to the important role that strong leadership plays in the Association.
Tom Branna, Editorial Director January 1, 2014 The scientific community must issue a clarion call for good science, said the keynote speaker at the Society of Cosmetic Chemists’ Annual Scientific Meeting & Technology Showcase.
Mohinder Singh, PhD, Consultant to Blistex Inc December 3, 2013 Free radical oxidation is the basis of the aging process because it causes permanent deterioration of the skin cells and supports structure by decreasing elasticity and resiliency.