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  • The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Personalized Skin Care

    The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Personalized Skin Care

    Devices are so advanced they can extract vital medical information about a patient’s health by processing photos and developing algorithms to accurately and minutely evaluate specific criteria linked to perceptions of human beauty and health. A…
    Navin M. Geria, AyurDerm Technologies, LLC 05.01.20

  • Skin Aging Conference

    Skin Aging Conference

    June 4-5, 2020 in Porto, Portugal.
    Happi Staff 01.20.20

  • 5. Shiseido

    5. Shiseido

    Japan www.shiseido.com Sales: $8.9 billion Key Personnel: Masahiko Uotani, president and chief executive officer; Jean-Philippe Charrier, president and chief executive officer, Shiseido Asia Pacific; Franck Marilly, president and chief executi…
    08.03.18

  • Gattefossé Recharges Skin

    New launch coming at in-cosmetics Amsterdam 2018.
    04.05.18

  • Sun Care | Testing

    Using Artificial Intelligence To Detect Melanoma

    JAPAN: Kyocera subsidiary Kyocera Communication Systems Co., Ltd. (KCCS) has started joint research with the University of Tsukuba to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system capable of detecting melanoma and other skin diseases by analyzing di…
    10.02.17

  • Skin Actives Scientific

    Jess, Marketing 08.29.16

  • Actives | Functional Ingredients | Polymers | Sun Care
    Evaluating Sunscreen Spray Polymers

    Evaluating Sunscreen Spray Polymers

    Static and dynamic contact angle measurements in vitro can be utilized to evaluate the efficacy of sunscreen films to prevent water from reaching the substrate surface and reduce TEWL
    Online Exclusives Olga V. Dueva-Koganov, Michael Russell, Steven Micceri and Artyom Duev, AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry LLC, Ossining, NY and Bridgewater, NJ, USA 03.05.12

  • Collagen in Cosmetics

    Collagen is the main fibrous protein of connective tissue in animals and is the most abundant protein in mammals, accounting for 25-35% of total body protein content. Collagen accounts for 1-2% of muscle tissue and 6% of strong tendinous muscles. Col…
    Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant 08.03.09