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With 29 years of experience, IFSCC president Philippe Auderset, Ph.D., advises product developers, "Be crazy when you imagine new products.” But he's got more than crazy ideas up his sleeve. In this interview, he shares insights on the personal care industry of the future.
Hiyah! Kick pollution away from skin with Sederma's Citystem. The active ingredient was introduced at in-cosmetics Paris. It was tested and the results proved the ingredient helps improve skin after four weeks.
Skin care, hair care and personal care, oh my! Throw in cosmetics and the outcome is ANGUS Chemical Company's newest amino alcohols, which were introduced at in-cosmetics Paris.
Busy times call for effective, new oil range launches, which is what Seppic did at in-cosmetics. The company launched two ranges of biodegradable oil, one range natural and one synthetic, to meet everyone's needs.
Can't wait until you start learning about in-cosmetics Paris' ingredient launches? Check out a rundown of some previewed ingredients here!
Interested in thickening agents for organic/natural products, emulsifiers, personal care and more? Shin-Etsu Silicones plans to debut ingredients, X-22-6695B and KF8020 at Teamworks 2016.
Harvested from white poppies, Northstar Lipids' English Poppy seed oil helps skin feel smoother without irritation, in addition to improving hair conditions.
Obtained from milk thistle, Alban Muller's Lipolami ER is a silicone-free cosmetic ingredient to protect skin against aggressors. Tested for luxurious textures, it applies smoothly and can be utilized with foaming products.
Evonik has launched TEGO Solve 55, a PEG-free solubilizer for essential and perfume oils in water-based cosmetic formulations. The ingredient is completely based on renewable raw materials, which makes it most suitable for natural cosmetics.
A new study says teen girls can benefit from "free-of" products since they might be at risk for exposure to possible endocrine disruptors; but another toxicologist has something to add.