Welcome Guest to Happi

Subscribe Free: Magazine | eNewsletter

current issue September 2014
 •  Fashion Week: News You Need to Know  •  The Latest Launch from Lipo  •  Birchbox Partners With AmEx on 'Online's Day Off'  •  Innospec Adds On to Surfactants  •  Liposhield Protects Skin
Print

Raw Materials - Polymers


Refine by Date:
From: To:
Published November 7, 2005
Consumers want more and more UV protection in their daily skin care products to prevent everything from wrinkles to cancer. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Blame it on the candle craze or the aromatherapy boom. Home fragrances are more popular than ever as people try anything to make their homes cozier, more beautiful and more fragrant. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Whether six months, 6 or 16, the purchasing power of kids today is having a tremendous impact on the personal care market, according to industry experts. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Cur´┐Żl is introducing two innovative products in September to increase demand for dry skin products. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Cosmetics and skin care are growing ever closer and R&D departments are scrambling to overcome speed-to-market barriers for new technology. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Procter & Gamble continues to dominate a two-tier market, but a few manufacturers have been able to carve out small niches for themselves. Liquids topped powder for the first time ever. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
While some categories slip in the household cleaner market, the bathroom cleaner segment continues to shine. Marketers are fighting for household cleaning dollars with promises of performance, convenience and comfort. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
After a questionable study by the National Toxicology Program linking cocamide DEA to cancerous tumors in laboratory mice, surfactant suppliers are offering alternatives to this widely-used personal care surfactant. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Last year's sales may have signaled an end to a multi-year slump, and marketers are expecting even bigger results in 1998, as "hair heroes" inspire black consumers to try colorful new styles. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
New Cel Defence is aimed at women 35 to 50 years old who want to keep their skin looking good. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
With consumer concern spreading over germs, marketers are rolling out new disinfectant household products Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Relaxers and coloring products dominate the ethnic hair care market and several marketers are targeting consumers with new products that relax and color hair. Convenience is important, but African American hair care consumers demand conditioning and protection against dryness and breakage above all else. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Some marketers are launching new scents that play off existing brands and others are adding new sporty varieties. All have different notes, nuances and positioning, however they all have one thing in common: to beat the odds and become the next big seller. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
Marketers are rolling out a new crop of specialty sun care products this spring -- lotions with high SPFs, oil-free formulas, sunless tanners and sunscreens with insect repellents. In addition, marketers are taking another look at forgotten sun worshippers and launching tanning products with no sunscreen. Read More »
Published November 7, 2005
From liposomes to microsponges, advances in delivery systems have improved the efficacy of skin care products. But sometimes new ingredients and area of application require formulators to take a closer look at which delivery system is the best method for a particular product. Read More »