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November 14, 2005
Ciba Specialty Chemicals developed a new class of stabilizer technology that is said to increase the shelf life of cosmetic and household products. Excited State Quencher technology (ESQ) out-performs existing stabilizers, which simply absorb UV-li…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
RJL & Co., Bayonne, NJ, has introduced Finathax 6218, an amine-free, non-ionic thickener, and Dermogel, a glyceryl polyacrylate transparent gel. Finathix 6218 can be used as a viscosity builder, thickening agent, emulsifier and solubilizer. It…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
DuPont has formed a new business unit to offer custom-formulated liquid colorants and fine particle dispersions to manufacturers in the plastics industry. The business, DuPont Specialty Colorants and Additives, will be a part of the company’s c…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
Allplant Essence is a milder alternative to essential oils, according to executives at California-based Bayliss Ranch. The company uses a newly developed patent-pending extraction process to create each Allpant Essence, which can be used as bases…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
Advisance, Montesson, France, develops computer solutions for cosmetic laboratories. The company is offering two user-friendly products for cosmetic chemists. Coptis Lab is the software designed to manage formula development, tests, raw material…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
Omni-Smooth, from MGP Ingredients Inc., Atchison, KS, is a unique protein fraction of wheat that is said to demonstrate outstanding skin-tightening and film-forming properties. Omni-Smooth is extracted from wheat gluten using MGP’s patented…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
Karlshamns has developed Lipex Sheasoft for demanding body butters and delicate cosmetic formulations. Lipex Sheasoft is derived from pure native shea butter from the shea tree of sub-Saharan Africa, company executives said. This new quality shea but…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
Switzerland-based Ciba Specialty Chemi-cal introduced Colibri Quick-Match 1.1, Colibri QC 1.0 quality control software and Colibri library services. Company executives said the introductions provide a new color matching solution for inks, paints and…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
Chevron Superla white oils are versatile enough for the food processing, cosmetic, plastic, pharmaceutical and textile industries, according to company executives. Superla white oils are colorless, odorless and tasteless, are nearly chemically inert…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
U.S. Cosmetics Corp., Dayville, CT and Miyoshi Kasei, Saitama, Japan, introduced Powder La Vie for color cosmetics and skin care. The three-component composite offers a unique approach to controlling oil on the skin, company executives said. Conve…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
French company PKB offers the Cosmo bottom-up filling machine for a wide range of viscosities including water-based, oil-based, viscous, foamy and alcohol-based products. Sixteen ceramic pumps with membrane valves are installed for seal-free operatio…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
Anomatic Inc., Newark, OH, offers a “to- tal package” of anodizing, metal stamping and decorating for the cosmetics industry. Anomatic executives said anodizing, a process by which an oxide coating is formed on aluminum, provides a corr…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
Wickliffe, OH-based Lubrizol Corp. now offers a granular form of the AMPS (2-acrylamido-2-methylpropane sulfonic acid) monomer, replacing the powdered form. The granular form improves workplace conditions by reducing dust emissions in the air, result…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
l OxyPeptide promotes respiration and oxy- gen consumption at the cellular level, according to executives at Clinical Results Inc., St. Petersburg, FL. The cosmeceutical technology stimulates cell turnover by 25% in only two weeks, company executive…  Read More »
November 14, 2005
Dermacryl 79 offers better options for manufacturing sunscreen emulsions, according to National Starch and Chemical executives. Tests completed by the company showed that a pre-slurry prepared prior to the introduction to the water phase significant…  Read More »