Suellen Bennett, Damian Kelly, Andy Kaziska, Mark Chandler and Cara Eaton, Croda Inc, Edison, NJ || April 14, 2010 In this era of convenience, the ultimate convenience item is a wet wipe. They can be used to remove make-up, to clean the toilet, to wipe down the kitchen counter or to disinfect your hands. They are incredibly portable, and after you use them, int…
Marc Stoiber, Maddock Douglas || March 31, 2010 Sustainability is not always a thing of beauty. In January, Maddock Douglas released a study that tracked the actual versus the perceived sustainability of more than 90 leading U.S. corporations. The results were eye-opening, to say the least.
Manuel Gamez-Garcia, Joel Basilan, Colleen Rocafort and Cesar Mauras, BASF Care Chemicals || March 30, 2010 There are many challenges to be overcome when formulating products for the ethnic hair care market. Here are some ideas to create effective products.
Eric Zeitoun, Dragon Rouge USA || March 30, 2010 Perhaps more than any other personal care category, fragrance launches capture the moment and crystallize how consumers react to changing societal dynamics.
Tom Branna, Editorial Director || March 9, 2010 With the financial crisis in the rearview mirror, consumer spending beginning to show signs of life and a wave of new projects on tap, suppliers to the laundry product category say there are reasons to be optimistic about 2010.
Tom Branna, Editorial Director || March 9, 2010 Change was in the air at the Soap and Detergent Association's annual meeting in January. After all, Orlando, FL represented a new venue for the annual event and the Association unveiled its new name, The American Cleaning Institute.
Christine Esposito, Associate Editor || March 9, 2010 Key ingredients can make all the difference in a personal care formulation. Here's a look at some of the ingredients today's leading formulators are smitten with-and why.