Most Popular in:
New in R&D (page 49 of 88)
Nov 01, 2011 | 08:59 AM CDT
By: Stan Perry
A recent report on formaldehyde will not only impact consumer confidence, and what can and can’t be used in products, it may also open the door for toxic tort cases. Understanding the background, challenges and methods of addressing this chemical and its use is a lesson that may be applicable across regulations and regulatory environments.
Nov 01, 2011 | 08:35 AM CDT
By: Abby Penning
Ongoing ingredient innovations and consumers’ constant desire to maintain youthful skin has this beauty segment continuing to develop.
Nov 01, 2011 | 08:01 AM CDT
By: Steve Herman
Today’s consumers hate secrets, especially when it involves something they smell or put on their skin. Columnist Steve Herman shares his opinions on transparency.
Oct 04, 2011 | 07:47 AM CDT
Program includes brand expert analysis of latest developments in the market, with a goal of building original and innovative marketing campaigns, and showcase of cutting-edge ingredients and technologies.
Sep 15, 2011 | 09:34 AM CDT
With an expected annual growth rate of 3.8% through 2015, beauty ingredients combining efficacy with the natural trend and those that have a unique characteristic will emerge as front-runners in this market.
Sep 13, 2011 | 03:09 PM CDT
Croda’s Cutisssential series offers the power to replenish an essential hair lipid and correct damaged hair's propensity for water, thereby facilitating the creation of products that restore the look, feel and manageability of healthy hair.
Sep 13, 2011 | 11:01 AM CDT
Consumers are clearly drawn to natural ingredients, but ensuring yield and properties are consistent year after year is a challenge. It's all up to nature. “Nature-identical” materials harness the best of nature without relying on Mother Nature.
Aug 31, 2011 | 03:26 PM CDT
By: Lisa Doyle
Eco-conscious suppliers help brands deliver a life cycle of sustainably sourced beauty.
Aug 31, 2011 | 03:18 PM CDT
By: Marie Alice Dibon, PharmD
Consumers are prepared to learn about stem cells and their importance in the development of skin care products with even greater efficacy than those already available on the market. To be successful with stem cell use as an industry, it is important to understand what they are and their real potential.
Aug 23, 2011 | 12:55 PM CDT
By: Eric S. Abrutyn
Skin aging can be attributed to both physiological skin changes and photodegradation; anti-wrinkle products inspire physiological changes and tout certain benefits raise questions as to whether they are truly cosmetics or are more pharmaceutical in nature.