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  • Ulta Goes with Unwash

    Ulta Goes with Unwash

    July 20, 2016
    Gentle formulas won't strip hair.

  • Detergents & E-Commerce

    Detergents & E-Commerce

    July 20, 2016
    Amazon executive shares perspectives in Singapore.

  • SC Johnson Buys Babyganics

    SC Johnson Buys Babyganics

    July 5, 2016
    Fast-growing baby, personal and household care company.

  • Solutions & Surfactants

    Solutions & Surfactants

    Tom Branna , Editorial Director || September 3, 2014
    These materials play an important role in the formulation of household and personal care products.

  • Now Smell This!

    Now Smell This!

    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.

  • The Future of Cleaning

    The Future of Cleaning

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || November 4, 2013
    The world is getting smaller, consumers are getting smarter and the result is that marketers must work harder than ever to succeed in the global household cleaning space.

  • Wash and Care

    Wash and Care

    Christine Esposito, Associate Editor || November 21, 2012
    The shampoos and conditioners sector grows more sophisticated and segmented with ingredient-packed products and "free-from" formulations.

  • How Enzymes Can Reduce the Environmental Impact Of Liquid Detergents

    How Enzymes Can Reduce the Environmental Impact Of Liquid Detergents

    Anne Merete Nielsen, Dr. Teresa J. Neal, Sandra Friis-Jensen and Amulya Malladi, Novozymes || September 7, 2010
    One cost-neutral solution is to replace surfactants with a multienzyme solution that improves the environmental impact of a liquid laundry detergent without compromising performance.

  • Cautiously Optimistic

    Cautiously Optimistic

    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.