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  • Applications for Sustainable Cellulose Derivatives In Personal Care

    Applications for Sustainable Cellulose Derivatives In Personal Care

    Rau2019eda Asad, AkzoNobel Global Personal Care || June 16, 2011
    An AkzoNobel researcher details the benefits of a new family of water-soluble cellulose derivatives. These ingredients provide rheology modification, improvethe aesthetics of personal care formulations, deliver beneficial properties and enable the formulation of differentiated consumer products.

  • Challenge Test

    Challenge Test

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || April 29, 2010
    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.

  • Survival of the Fittest

    Survival of the Fittest

    May 1, 2009
    Preservative suppliers learn to adapt as market trends impact product offerings.

  • Preservative Market Update

    Preservative Market Update

    April 30, 2008
    A high profile health issue puts preservatives in a good light, but regulators, consumers and many marketers continue to search for alternatives to traditional systems.

  • Whitepaper: Meeting Consumer Needs in Water-Resistant Sunscreens

    Whitepaper: Meeting Consumer Needs in Water-Resistant Sunscreens

    January 2, 2008
    Together with film-forming polymers, a novel thickener affords greater utilization of inorganic UV filters in water-resistant sunscreen products.

  • Preservative Update

    Preservative Update

    December 9, 2005
    The paraben controversy is no longer making headlines, but more suppliers are offering paraben-free alternatives for their customers.

  • Preservative Update

    Preservative Update

    November 9, 2005
    Regulatory pressures in Japan may ease in the coming months, but novel formulation create a host of new challenges