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  • Rahn Launches Liftonin-Xpert

    April 25, 2016
    Collagen booster for skin care formulas.

  • Mark Your Customers

    Mark Your Customers

    February 10, 2016
    Four in ten Americans have tattoos.

  • KodaDome

    KodaDome

    Tom Branna , Editorial Director || May 1, 2015
    Hair color isn’t all about hiding grays—it’s about selecting shades that reflect individuality, too.

  • Qosmedix Adds Temporary Tattoos

    Qosmedix Adds Temporary Tattoos

    May 1, 2015
    Qosmedix has launched a collection of temporary jewelry tattoos by Fashion Tats, a West Coast-based company that has been in the temporary tattoo business for more than 15 years. The packaging company has included four different packs of temporary…

  • It’s a CoverUp

    It’s a CoverUp

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || March 4, 2015
    A dreadful 2013 season had ripple effects in 2014. But marketers remain confident that sun care 2015 will shine brightly for several reasons.

  • L’Oréal Patents Mousse

    May 3, 2013
    • US Patent No. 8,394,394 B2; Mousse formulations have been patented by L’Oréal France. The cosmetic base is comprised of an anhydrous mixture of an effective amount of at least one first non-emulsifying, gellable silicone elastome…

  • Tattoo Removal System Uses Perfluorodecalin and Laser

    April 4, 2013
     US Patent No. 8,394,359 B1; Michael P. O’Neil of Dublin, CA has patented a method for tattoo removal. The method includes applying perfluorodecalin to a treatment area and exposing the tattoo portion to a laser output.…

  • Guiding Light

    Guiding Light

    Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor || March 13, 2013
    Wearing sunscreen and other products with SPF is becoming as common as brushing your teeth or combing your hair. No wonder then that sales of suntan lotion and oil in mass market outlets rose more than 3% to $1.2 billion (see chart below) in the pa…

  • Tattoo You

    Tattoo You

    Christine Esposito, Associate Editor || July 29, 2010
    Companies are targeting ink-stained skin with products that treat new body art and offer long-term care.