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Published September 13, 2012
Range of macerates from LETICC. Read More »
By Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant
Published February 10, 2012
Lonza Rockland Inc., Rockland, ME, is promoting a product called SeaPure Agarose (INCI: Agarose) for use in cosmetics. Agarose is a neutral gelling polymer derived from red seaweed (Rhodophyta). A study published in Tissue Engineering (Volume 11, 200… Read More »
Published October 24, 2011
Visit booth no. 522 to find about these natural materials. Read More »
Published October 21, 2011
Visit Booth No. 117 to learn more. Read More »
Carmex Adds Skin Care Products
Published September 8, 2010
Carmex Adds Skin Care Products Read More »
Published April 3, 2008
Blue Lagoon Iceland skin care products recently launched at select Saks Fifth Avenue stores. From the geothermal waters of Iceland to the U.S., Blue Lagoon’s high performance formulas utilize the exclusive Blue Lagoon geothermal seawater and it… Read More »
Published February 7, 2008
Bioelements skin care products are available in NewBeauty magazine’s BeautyBox, the first interactive beauty magazine experience available in major retail bookstores. One of Bioelements latest products, Power Peptide, will appear in the nationw… Read More »
Published January 4, 2008
A line of Italian skin care products is now available at mass market, and can be purchased in the greater New York City area at Duane Reade stores. Formulated by Umbria Olii SPA of Italy, Olivella is a naturally-derived skin care line for the face an… Read More »
Published December 5, 2006
● Patent No. US 7,129,269 B2: A B2 compound for use in skin care products has been patented by Sterix, Ltd., Berkshire, UK.… Read More »
Published October 4, 2006
● Patent No. 7,094,415 B2: A skin care product comprising at least one humectant substance, at least one emollient substance, colostrum and at least one whole egg has been patented by L’Avenir, LLC, Fairfield, NJ.… Read More »
Published February 14, 2006
In the past few years, skin care has become the most talked about category in the beauty industry. According to a new report from The NPD Group, skin care products generated sales of more than $5.3 billion in the mass and prestige department store ch… Read More »
Published January 10, 2006
Mibelle AG Biochemistry Launches Skin Care Products l Mibelle AG Biochemistry’s new Perfection Peptide P3 is a tripeptide said to rejuvenate the skin by biomimetic desquamation. The sequence of this tripeptide has been designed to gently and r… Read More »
Published December 9, 2005
Men are becoming more concerned with their appearance, driving up sales of male skin care products and sparking the development of new lines in the process. While dismissed in some quarters as a metrosexual fad when it first surfaced in the late 1990… Read More »
Published November 22, 2005
Essencia introduced three nourishing skin care products that let women have a hand in creating the perfect facial. Women can add products from their kitchens to enhance the effects of Oatmeal & Honey facial bar, Rhassoul facial masque, Rose Faci… Read More »
Published November 22, 2005
London-based skin care line Ren made its U.S. debut in September. Products in the Ren line are formulated with natural active ingredients and without petrochemicals, sulfates, animal products or parabens, according to company executives. Currently, t… Read More »
Published November 22, 2005
In June, Murad skin care products helped make over a contestant on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. The Fab 5 utilized Murad Hydrating sunscreen SPF 15, Clarifying mask and Pure Skin Clarifying supplement on Wayne, a style-deficient New Yorker. Execut… Read More »
Published November 14, 2005
Sixty percent of American women have given up on their skin care products for various reasons, mostly because the products did not live up to their claims according to a survey by Harris Interactive for Power Paper’s PowerCosmetics division, Te… Read More »
UV Protection in Skin Care Products
Published November 14, 2005
Formulations often contain organic or inorganic sunscreens or both. Now more products promise to improve UV-damaged skin with antioxidants and other ingredients. Read More »
Glory for Girls, Carlsbad, CA, now offers Everyday Clarifying Lotion, Everyday Clarifying Pads and Coconut Scrub. The Everyday Clarifying Lotion combines natural AHAs to exfoliate and brighten skin, with sulfur, a powerful healing and soothing agent.… Read More »