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  • Solids and Nanoparticles Interactions with Skin

    Solids and Nanoparticles Interactions with Skin

    Nava Dayan, Dr. Nava Dayan LLC || May 1, 2015
    Many compounds incorporated into topical formulations are in their solid particulate form. Examples include zinc oxide in diaper rush ointment and in calamine lotion for chicken pox, sunscreens containing both titanium and zinc oxide and more as well…

  • Cosmopack Comes to New York

    Cosmopack Comes to New York

    Jamie Matusow, Editor || October 19, 2014
    Symposium focuses on the quality and capabilities of Made in Italy and Made in Europe packaging, formulation and machinery su

  • 2013 R&D Salary Survey

    2013 R&D Salary Survey

    Christine Esposito, Associate Editor || July 2, 2013
    Readers share their thoughts, salary info.

  • Truly Natural

    Harold Faust, Calumet Penreco, LLC || March 1, 2012
    In the past decades, extensive research has been conducted to measure the safety and effectiveness of mineral oil and petrolatum.

  • Charges of Price Fixing in Spain

    March 4, 2011
    Commission targets L'Oral, P&G, Henkel and five others.

  • Silicone Alternatives In Personal Care

    Silicone Alternatives In Personal Care

    Jessica Cecchini and Ulrich Issberner, Global Marketing Personal Care, Cognis GmbH, Monheim, Germany || 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.

  • The Physical Chemistry of Cosmetic Formulations

    The Physical Chemistry of Cosmetic Formulations

    February 29, 2008
    Formulation is the meticulous balance of all ingredients in a single physical entity. The author provides some guidance on how to create effective and esthetically-pleasing cosmetic products.

  • Cosmetic Uses of SiO2

    Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant || April 20, 2006
    Silica, or silicon dioxide (SiO2), occurs in nature as sand, quartz, flint or diatomite. It can be a colorless crystal or a white powder that is odorless and tasteless, and insoluble in water. It has many industrial uses, including the manufacture of…