Demand for green chemistry, bad publicity and an uninformed public are just some of the reasons why the preservative market remains a demanding one. But read on to learn why many suppliers are up for the challenge. Read More »
Among the companies that have developed non-paraben preservatives is Schülke, which has U.S. offices in Mt. Arlington, NJ. Several of the company’s mixtures are effective against bacteria, yeast and molds.
Euxyl K 700 (INCI: Phenoxy- etha… Read More »
The Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association (CTFA) is requesting public comments by March 30, 2007 on the new microbiology method “M-7: A Rapid Method for Preservation Testing of Water-Miscible Personal Care Products."
This procedure allow… Read More »
Like species, companies, industries and trade associations must evolve or die. At its Mid-Year Meeting, the Consumer Specialty Products Association provides details on how it is changing to meet its membersâ€™ needs. Read More »
By Jessica Cecchini and Ulrich Issberner, Global Marketing Personal Care, Cognis GmbH, Monheim, Germany
Published November 3, 2010
Manufacturers who want to develop products without silicones must find efficient and innovative ingredients that come as close as possible to their sensorial profile and are just as high-or even better-performing. Read More »