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VIDEO: Triclosan Ban, The Backstory

Triclosan got the FDA's boot earlier this month, but why? In this interview with David Steinberg, C&T gets the backstory.

A Closer Look at Playboy Woman and Man

Gerresheimer's latest was produced in a range of sizes.

Airless On the Go from Texen

Luxe Pack 2016 Monaco launch highlights the need for mobility.

Package Design Research: Your Expression Says it All

A thesis study is under way at Clemson University to develop dynamic test methods that evaluate consumer facial expressions in reaction to packaging designs in a new way: in situ.

IMCD Takes on North American Southeast for BASF

Mega chemical maker BASF has appointed IMCD as a regional U.S. distributor for several of its ingredient categories.

Mibelle Turns Up the Heat on Cellulite

That spicy mustard you slather on your Oktoberfest pretzel has new appeal: for slimming benefits. But not by eating it. As Mibelle demonstrates, a new cosmetic active based on mustard sprouts and capsaicin can turn lipids into heat.

Video: How the Applicator Market Makes a Brush With Kindness

As more countries jump on the animal testing "ban wagon," cruelty-free has become an even more important aim for cosmetic brands, including those who make cosmetic applicators and brushes like Taiki.

What the Seventh Generation Deal Means for Unilever

"This addition to Unilever’s product portfolio will help us meet rising demand for high-quality products with a purpose.”

Coty-Zenith Partnership Will Make Brand a "Challenger in Beauty"

The move affects about $1 billion in advertising and promotions pending aimed at critical segments, including fragrance and professional salon products.

Axilone x Make Up Forever Lipstick Tubes are Timeless

Design evokes sobriety and beauty.

LuxePack Launch: Hoffman Neopac Goes Stylo

Hoffman Neopac has launched at Luxe Pack Monaco three brand-new products: Stylo applicators for skin care products, new printable tincaps and digitally printable tins as a promotional secondary packaging

How L'Oréal is Going to Take More Market Share Through 2020

A new analysis shows that scale in key markets is everything, for both emerging and mature consumer bases.

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