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  • Color Cosmetics | Pigments

    Removable Tattoo Ink

    US Patent No. 10,028,897 B2; Ultra Ink has patented a  removable tattoo ink, comprising colored micro-particles that contain an internal core, comprising one or more bio-absorbable chromophores that are water-soluble dyes, water-soluble pigments…
    09.03.18

  • Skin Care

    David Beckham and L’Oréal Luxe Unveil House 99

    UNITED KINGDOM: David Beckham has unveiled his new global grooming brand, House 99. The range, which was created by Beckham in partnership with L’Oréal Luxe, was set to launch in the UK, exclusively at Harvey Nichols, on Feb. 1, and will…
    02.01.18

  • Men’s Grooming: It’s Five O’Clock (shadow) Everywhere!

    Men’s Grooming: It’s Five O’Clock (shadow) Everywhere!

    Slowly but surely, European men are taking to grooming products in greater numbers, not just for functional reasons, but to look and feel better. The change has yet to be reflected in sales increases, but the signs are there, especially among image-c…
    Imogen Matthews, Contributing Editor 03.01.17

  • Tattoo Care Concept Created by Evonik

    One of five Americans has a tattoo, as do about 60 million Europeans, and this colorful body decoration is becoming increasingly popular throughout the world. In its Tattoo Care concept, Evonik offers seven formulation solutions based on its own raw…
    02.01.17

  • Actives | Skin Care

    Rahn Launches Liftonin-Xpert

    Collagen booster for skin care formulas.
    04.25.16

  • Tattoo Removal System Uses Perfluorodecalin and Laser

     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.…
    04.04.13

  • Tattoo You

    New body art-inspired fragrances launches at Target.
    03.03.11

  • Actives | Functional Ingredients | Pigments
    Tattoo You

    Tattoo You

    Companies are targeting ink-stained skin with products that treat new body art and offer long-term care.
    Online Exclusives Christine Esposito, Associate Editor 07.29.10