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  • Water-Enriched Moisturizers Make a Big Splash!

    Water-Enriched Moisturizers Make a Big Splash!

    Navin M. Geria, Senior Technical Advisor and Principal Doctors Skin Prescription || March 4, 2015
    Formulators in the trend-setting beauty markets in countries such as France, South Korea and Japan are pushing a new anti-aging active—water. Few compounds are more basic, yet today, water is being billed as the ultimate moisturizer. Luckily fo…

  • No Prescription Necessary

    No Prescription Necessary

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || March 5, 2014
    No pain, no gain. When it comes to over-the-counter products, the best-performing segments include analgesic rubs and anti-itch treatments. Acne treatment sales may be down a bit, but when folks are hurting, they’re turning to OTC treatments rather than relying on their doctors.

  • Silicones Offer Versatility To Meet Global Personal Care Trends

    Silicones Offer Versatility To Meet Global Personal Care Trends

    Isabelle Van Reeth u2022 Dow Corning (China) Holding Co., Ltd. , Beth Johnson u2022 Dow Corning Corporation || February 17, 2011
    These multifunctional materials provide a wide range of benefits in skin care, sun care and color cosmetics, according to Dow Corning researchers.

  • New Ingredients for Sun Care

    March 9, 2010
    Here is a list of new ingredients introduced by industry suppliers during the past 12 months. To learn more about the materials listed, contact the supplier directly.

  • Sweet Tooth

    Sweet Tooth

    Christine Esposito, Associate Editor || February 4, 2010
    Will an influx of new natural products bring a smile to the sluggish oral care category?

  • Polymers in Cosmetics: Recent Advances

    Polymers in Cosmetics: Recent Advances

    November 15, 2005
    From film-formers to rheology modifiers, polymers serve various functions.

  • Hair Styling Report 2000

    Hair Styling Report 2000

    November 9, 2005
    The emergence of new product forms such as pomades, waxes and muds have sparked new life into the styling aid market, but can traditional forms such as gels, sprays and mousses share in the properity?