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PG Has Room to Grow
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published December 20, 2010
Despite a bumpy ride in the U.S. and Western Europe, chairman Bob MacDonald sees gains ahead via innovation and emerging markets. Read More »
In-Cosmetics Set for Milan
Published December 14, 2010
The 2011 show will be held March 29-31. Read More »
By Philip Pelusi, Internationally recognized stylist and product artist
Published December 2, 2010
Select ingredients target dry tresses in colder temperatures. Read More »
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published November 23, 2010
Every day, my local newspaper—you remember newspapers, don’t you?—publishes a photo from its archives; one of those “a look back” sort ofthings. Recently, there was a 1950s photo taken on Black Friday, the big selling da… Read More »
Cassia Derivatives Improve Hair Conditioning
By Duane Krzysik, Carole Lepilleur, Wing Li and Allen Park, Noveon Consumer Specialties, Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc.
Published November 23, 2010
Cassia hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride polymers are naturally derived, multifunctional polymers for use in conditioning shampoo formulations offering unique sensory experience, improved deposition and enhanced conditioning. Read More »
Personalized Performance
By Christine Esposito, Associate Editor
Published November 23, 2010
Formulators are crafting shampoos and conditioners that deliver multiple benefits.�� Read More »
By Kate Benson, Martens & Heads!
Published November 22, 2010
Beauty is broken—from prestige to mass—and everything must change to rebuild the customer relationship, says Kate Benson. Read More »
By Robert Passikoff, Brand Keys
Published November 18, 2010
Box shine products can't give Brazilian Blowouts a run for their money, says Robert Passikoff. Read More »
By Philip Pelusi, Internationally recognized stylist and product artist
Published November 11, 2010
Must-have hair care hues from hair care expert Philip Pelusi. Read More »
The Right Chemistry
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published November 4, 2010
With a knowledgeable team in place, an ambitious growth strategy and a strong pipeline of products, Lubrizol is determined to become a billion dollar player in the personal care and home care space. Read More »
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published November 4, 2010
Attendance tops 16,000 as industry executives flocked to New York City to learn the latest about the trends dominating the global beauty industry. Read More »
IFSCC Meets In Argentina
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published November 3, 2010
The latest technical advances are on display and discussed when cosmetic chemists from around the world meet in Buenos Aires. Read More »
Green Ingredients
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published November 3, 2010
Marketers have their own criteria when it comes to what's green...and what isn't. And often, they develop solutions that combine the best of both science and nature. Read More »
Recent Patent Applications For Hair Care Polymers
By Robert Y. Lochhead, The Institute for Polymer Science, The School of Polymers & High Performance Materials; The University of Southern Mississippi and Institute for Formulation Science
Published November 3, 2010
At the Institute for Formulation Science, we monitor patents and patenting as part of our current awareness activities for the Partnership for Innovation. In this article, we have selected interesting advances that have recently been reported in U.S. patent applications. Read More »
Silicone Alternatives In Personal Care
By Jessica Cecchini and Ulrich Issberner, Global Marketing Personal Care, Cognis GmbH, Monheim, Germany
Published November 3, 2010
Manufacturers who want to develop products without silicones must find efficient and innovative ingredients that come as close as possible to their sensorial profile and are just as high-or even better-performing. Read More »