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  • Green Seal: introduced Danielle Tergis as new VP of communications

    September 1, 2016
    Green Seal: introduced Danielle Tergis as the organization’s new vice president of communications. Prior to joining Green Seal, she founded and ran a successful communications, public relations and marketing company for clients in the healthy l…

  • Personal Care Product Safety Act Legislation Is Introduced

    June 1, 2015
    Two US senators introduced legislation in April that would require the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to evaluate and report on some of the ingredients used in cosmetics and personal care products such as shampoo and skin cream. The Personal Care…

  • A Dose of Reality?

    A Dose of Reality?

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || January 6, 2015
    Unit dose formats have provided a shot in the arm for the laundry detergent industry, but issues remain.

  • Making Sense of Scents

    Making Sense of Scents

    December 9, 2005
    Sales of home fragrances continue to burn brightly. Here's why.

  • LaDove, Inc., Miami, introduced the Wrinkle Control System

    November 22, 2005
    LaDove, Inc., Miami, introduced the Wrinkle Control System, a non-toxic, non-paralytic topical alternative to Botox injections, according to company executives. The line includes a Multi-Active Toning cleanser with Revolox; an Intensely Firming Rejuv…

  • Hair Detangling Agent Introduced by Croda

    November 11, 2005
    Parsippany, NJ-based Croda Inc. added Incroquat Behenyl TMS-50 to its lineup. This hair detangling and conditioning agent, a 50% active behentrimonium methosulfate quat, offers formulators higher activity and greater flexibility and conditioning to h…

  • The Laundry Detergent Market

    The Laundry Detergent Market

    November 10, 2005
    Do shoppers really want multifunctional laundry care products? Or are all these products on the shelf leading consumers back to the basics?

  • The II Report

    November 7, 2005
    With the public�s awareness of harmful germs growing daily, the I&I industry is providing the weapons to kill germs in schools, offices and hospitals.