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Common Core
By Christine Esposito , Associate Editor
Published December 4, 2014
Shampoos. Conditioners. Cleansing crèmes. No matter what tack a company takes, its products must make hair look great. Read More »
By Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant
Published November 30, 2011
Stepan Chemical, Chicago, IL, produces a secondary surfactant for cleansing products such as shampoos and body washes called Amphosol CDB Special (INCI name: Cetyl betaine). This clear liquid is 30% active with 37% solids and contains no dioxane, PEG… Read More »
Modified Cetyl Betaine Surfactants in Personal Care 20
By Susan X. M. Dong, Branko Sajic and Anatoly Dameshek, Stepan Companyu00adu00adu00ad
Published May 3, 2011
Stepan researchers have developed a mild surfactant, derived from natural feedstocks, that works effectively with various hydrotropic surfactants to improve viscosity, foaming and mildness in hair and skin care products. Read More »
Down  Up  Down Again?
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published September 7, 2010
The surfactant industry braces for more bumps and dips, as it looks like the global economy is starting to slip again. Read More »
By Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant
Published May 28, 2010
The 2010 edition of the New York Chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC) Suppliers’ Day was another success. The event included nearly 600 exhibit booths and more than 8,000 attendees. Moreover, attendees took advantage of online pr… Read More »
The Mane Attraction
Published November 24, 2009
Will 2009�s product rollouts save the lackluster shampoo and conditioner category? Read More »
By Christine Esposito, Associate Editor
Published May 3, 2011
For consumers who want to hide the signs of aging without the downtime or breaking the bank, skin care marketers say they have the right prescription. Read More »
Clean. Condition. Color.
Published November 26, 2008
In mass, these three hair care categories were rather limp during the past yearand that was before the economy hit the skids. Salon products did slightly better, but will sales take a hit if customers head to the supermarket for shampoo and conditioner, or dare to color their hair at home? Read More »
About Face
Published April 29, 2008
Anti-aging, natural products lead the thriving skin care category. Read More »