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Mar 29, 2011 | 11:47 AM CDT
Breaking news from In-cosmetics, the ingredient company launches Eastman GEM 2-ethylhexyl palmitate, the first commercially available product derived from its GEM technology.
Mar 22, 2011 | 12:54 PM CDT
Exclusive rights to Unigen discoveries expected to result in better-performing products for consumers. Clinique products utilizing Unigen's proprietary ingredients already on shelf.
Mar 22, 2011 | 12:49 PM CDT
Clinically proven ingredient offerings from Sederma successfully reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the forehead; instill consumer confidence in anti-aging products.
Mar 15, 2011 | 01:16 PM CDT
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. to acquire ingredient supplier for $9.7 billion; acquisition to allow Lubrizol to invest in technology and growth.
Mar 11, 2011 | 09:49 AM CST
Growth in demand, economic recovery, emerging markets and large customers drive results; emerging markets now account for 46% of total sales.
Mar 11, 2011 | 09:21 AM CST
Global double-digit growth in both ingredient and fragrance sales.
Mar 08, 2011 | 11:26 AM CST
By: Steve Herman
Common sense and good science are far superior to ill-informed and emotional attacks, and taking the narrative to exposure rather than risk is essential to win consumer confidence.
Mar 08, 2011 | 09:59 AM CST
By: Shyam Gupta, PhD, and Linda Walker
New science for an age-old problem? The application of osmoprotection for multifunctional skin care is relatively new, but early indications suggest the potential for products that will capture consumers’ imaginations.
Mar 07, 2011 | 03:22 PM CST
By: Imogen Matthews
Demand for the unique and efficacious has meant that retail brand owners are increasingly looking to professional markets and related industries for inspiration. A look at technology and wellness trends and how some brands are incorporating them into new products suggests the path for reaching increasingly demanding consumers at the shelves.
Mar 07, 2011 | 03:12 PM CST
By: Marie Alice Dibon, PharmD
Low-level irritants, such as pollutants, can trigger an almost ongoing inflammatory reaction that is a major culprit in aging skin.