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 »
An aging population determined to hold onto their looks has driven growth of anti-aging products across Europe. Non-surgical procedures, such as Botox, chemical peels and dermal fillers are on the rise, a trend that is also reflected within the skin… Read More »
The Society of Cosmetic Chemistsâ€™ headquarters were flooded by Superstorm Sandy, but SCC executive director Bill Cowen and his staff rose to the occasion and the Annual Meeting took place without a hitch. Read More »