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Feb 04, 2009 | 04:00 PM CST
By: Jeff Falk
Test method allowed Alberto-Culver R&D to create scrub that met marketing's vision and speed to market.
Feb 04, 2009 | 02:48 PM CST
By: Steve Herman
Questions from a high school student aptly reflect issues raised by both consumers and new entries to the industry. Answering these questions yields a better understanding of the industry and forecasts its future.
Feb 03, 2009 | 12:49 PM CST
By: Imogen Matthews
Product claims sell skin care, yet increasingly savvy consumers are questioning whether these claims really stand up to scrutiny. What are the challenges facing beauty brands in making claims in various markets?
Jan 07, 2009 | 04:40 PM CST
By: Karen A. Newman, Jeff Falk, Leslie Benson
It takes a lot of creative, capable people to build and power the exciting and dynamic beauty industry. Every year the editors of GCI magazine meet or hear from hundreds of you who keep us pretty optimistic about the future. Presented here are 20 who captured our imaginations in 2008.
Dec 30, 2008 | 11:19 AM CST
In 2009, the focus will no longer just be about "green" or "natural," but about specific ingredients and their benefits.
Dec 11, 2008 | 09:49 AM CST
By: Micha Walter
In line with recent coverage on organic ingredients and companies working with indigenous communities to source ingredients, GCI presents a company's account of organic oil production on the slopes of Mount Kenya.
Dec 10, 2008 | 01:03 PM CST
By: Nancy McDonald and Salvador Pliego
It takes breakthrough ingredients and technologies from R&D and imaginative marketing ideas to make new product magic.
Dec 10, 2008 | 12:37 PM CST
By: Steve Herman
In response to changing demands, an evolution in fragrance safety protocols has ensured that an already safe segment works to continually improve its tools and data.
Nov 18, 2008 | 09:29 AM CST
The Soap and Detergent Association posts scientific/technical data on the product and ingredient safety; long-standing commitment to product stewardship cited.
Oct 31, 2008 | 12:10 PM CDT
Australia and New Zealand have taken a first step toward regulating nanotechnology, specifically with a call for food companies to disclose any products that contain particles invisible to the naked eye.