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Symrise presented two approaches to hair care: the KeraSym family of active hair care ingredients and Beauty+ Multi-Ethnic hair care program. The launch was at in-cosmetics 2016 in Saõ Paulo, Brazil, where the company's Global Hair Care Center will be located.
It's nice to see our government liaison supporting our scientists' efforts by standing up to share with others the notion that cosmetic science is real.
Court says EU law makes no distinction depending on where the animal testing was carried out.
ICMAD urges lawmakers to pass legislation that would enhance FDA oversight, create transparency in safety decisions and promote growth and innovation.
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.
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.
Imerys launched a new natural mineral solution to impart opacity and whiteness to gel and shampoo formulas. ImerCare Opaque serves as an alternative to oil-derived opacifiers.
Surfactants, emollients and conditioning polymers, especially in the Asia-Pacific region, are expected to lead the charge for cosmetic ingredients to the tune of some U.S. $15.76 billion by 2024.
Whether they are flavor savers, double chin cover-ups, testosterone indicators or just plain fashionable, beards have specific cleaning and conditioning needs, for which Evonik has developed novel formulas.
Hair color is a fad that never dies, but the same cannot be said about the dye itself. Ashland launched ChromoHance 113 polymer to shield oxidative color-treated hair from surfactant stripping.