Search Results for 'polyquaternium-72'

Search For:
Refine by Dates:
From: To:
Refine By Content:

  • New Shampoo & Conditioner Ingredients

    Here are new ingredients for shampoos and conditioners that have been introduced by suppliers during the past 12 months.
    Tom Branna , Editorial Director 12.01.17

  • Functional Ingredients | Hair Care | Polymers | Surfactants
    Cleansing Conditioners

    Cleansing Conditioners

    Relying on consumer data, Croda researchers detail the drivers behind these successful formulas.
    Denise Costrini and Christophe Toumit , Croda Personal Care North America 12.02.15

  • Common Core

    Common Core

    Shampoos. Conditioners. Cleansing crèmes. No matter what tack a company takes, its products must make hair look great.
    Christine Esposito , Associate Editor 12.04.14

  • Blurred Lines

    Blurred Lines

    Category leaders are formulating lotions and sprays that feature anti-aging ingredients with improved feel and performance, making today’s sun care products easier to incorporate into both the daily routine and a day at the beach.
    Christine Esposito, Associate Editor 03.05.14

  • Kao Patents Hair Conditioner With Dried Yogurt

    US Patent No. 8,642,021 B2; Kao Germany GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany has patented a conditioning composition for hair, comprising spray dried yogurt powder and at least one cationic polymer selected from a polyquaternium cationic compound or guar hydroxy…

  • Hair Care | Polymers
    Recent Patent Applications for the Use of Polymers for Hair Care

    Recent Patent Applications for the Use of Polymers for Hair Care

    Recent Patent Applications for the Use of Polymers for Hair Care
    Robert Y. Lochhead , The Institute for Formulation Science, The School of Polymers & High Performance Materials, The University of Southern Mississippi 11.06.12

  • Hair

    Hair's the Thing

    Sales achieve modest growth while consumers request more specialized formulas targeted to their hair type.

  • Novel  Natural

    Novel Natural

    The cosmetic chemist can pick from a wide range of unique ingredients that, more often than not these days, are derived from natural sources.