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Learn about the latest launches from Croda, Inolex, Beauty Creations, Evonik and more, as well as new innovation centers, industry events and beyond.
Multifunctional ingredients such as melanin-activing peptides (MAPs) are stretching across categories like skin and sun care to offer more to consumers, making these product offerings more attractive.
Making sustainability a bigger force in beauty through materials, processing/manufacturing, and education was the key focus at the 2013 North American edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit, held in New York.
The beauty industry is all about keeping up with the latest trends and innovations, as evidenced by more than 7,000 attendees who traveled to Edison, NJ, for the New York chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists' (NYSCC) Suppliers' Day 2013.
When it comes to professional hair care brands, where do they come from and what makes them unique in the professional market?
Check in on new launches from Beraca, Essential Ingreidents, Dow Corning, Alban Muller and much more.
With the need for claim substantiation at an all-time high, knowing the necessity—and costs—of beauty product testing from early on in the process can help brands plan and develop products accordingly. In addition, being well informed about testing facilitates a brand owners to make the right label claims, through the appropriate tests, for the brand or product market positioning.
The feel good factor in skin care stems from the integrity of the skin barrier. A recent theory hypothesizes that the injured epidermis can affect emotional state and act on the brain.
With the myriad of anti-aging options out there, it can be difficult to sort out what is right for your brand.
A recap of the ingredient offerings launched over the last year, in alphabetical order by supplier, that can help brands make more environmentally friendly claims.