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Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant
September 3, 2008
Kemira Specialty, Inc., Northvale, NJ, has created Kemira NanoGel, an ingredient that produces a nanoemulsion at room temperature using only a blade propeller or even a spatula. When it is added at three times the amount of any oil or oil-soluble ing…  Read More »
August 4, 2008
An insect repellent  is a substance applied to skin, clothing or other surfaces that discourages insects from landing or climbing on that surface. While there are products that emit ultrasound to repel insects, this column is devoted to repellen…  Read More »
Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant
July 1, 2008
In the continual search for natural preservatives, Active Micro Systems (AMS), Piscataway, NJ, offers a line it calls “alternative preservative solutions.” One of the them is AMS Leucidal Liquid (INCI: Leuconostoc/ radish root ferment fil…  Read More »
Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant
June 2, 2008
Last month’s column provided details on acne. More maladies are dermatitis and eczema. Dermatitis is any type of skin inflammation not caused by an infectious agent. Eczema is chronic dermatitis and may result from a family history of asthma, h…  Read More »
Some Cosmetic Solutions for Skin Care Problems
Harvey Fishman, Consultant
April 30, 2008
The skin is the largest organ of the human body and can be affected by many different maladies or diseases.  This month, I’ll detail the problems associated with acne and provide a couple of formulas to treat it. Acne is one of the most co…  Read More »
Fragrance: Past, Present, Future
Harvey Fishman, Consultant
March 28, 2008
Fragrance’s Glorious Past and Its Exciting Future  Read More »
February 6, 2008
A Couple of New Concepts to Counteract Body Odor  Read More »
Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant
April 20, 2006
Silica, or silicon dioxide (SiO2), occurs in nature as sand, quartz, flint or diatomite. It can be a colorless crystal or a white powder that is odorless and tasteless, and insoluble in water. It has many industrial uses, including the manufacture of…  Read More »