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The FDA has taken recent compliance actions by issuing warning letters to companies for cosmetics claims and unapproved ingredients.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB recently highlighted the work of scientist Gabriele Beck-Schwadorf and her team, who developed a method to identify nanoparticles in sunscreens for label claims.
According to Cargill, as of June 17, 2015, the Rainforest Alliance reached a milestone in training more than 1,000 farmers in good agricultural practices such as the correct use of fertilizers, intercropping, replanting and Sustainable Agricultural Network (SAN) standards.
Featuring high-level technical presentations and hands-on practical workshops, the June 2015 C&T Summit provides an experiential learning environment, aiming to transfer knowledge through participation.
Understanding the cause of hyperpigmentation and the action of ingredients that address hyperpigmentation is key to developing impactful skin care products.
With the progress of the cosmetic science, some active ingredients offer cheaper, but still efficient, alternatives to aesthetic surgery.
Supplier insights on creating winning color cosmetics, and an overview of color forecasting and trends.
The National Advertising Division (NAD) has recommended that The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) discontinue "100% odor protection" claims for the company’s Secret Clinical Strength Clear Gel and Invisible Solid. Claims, including those made in television, print, and social media advertising, as well as on the company website, were challenged by Unilever United States Inc.
Ingredients for anti-irritancy, repair, unique textures, fighting underarm odor, replacing polyethylene microbeads and more.
The science behind proving beauty products work.