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That spicy mustard you slather on your Oktoberfest pretzel has new appeal: for slimming benefits. But not by eating it. As Mibelle demonstrates, a new cosmetic active based on mustard sprouts and capsaicin can turn lipids into heat.
Imerys launched a new natural mineral solution to impart opacity and whiteness to gel and shampoo formulas. ImerCare Opaque serves as an alternative to oil-derived opacifiers.
Surfactants, emollients and conditioning polymers, especially in the Asia-Pacific region, are expected to lead the charge for cosmetic ingredients to the tune of some U.S. $15.76 billion by 2024.
Whether they are flavor savers, double chin cover-ups, testosterone indicators or just plain fashionable, beards have specific cleaning and conditioning needs, for which Evonik has developed novel formulas.
Hair color is a fad that never dies, but the same cannot be said about the dye itself. Ashland launched ChromoHance 113 polymer to shield oxidative color-treated hair from surfactant stripping.
Mibelle AG Biochemistry will highlight its new royalactin-based anti-aging active, RoyalEpigen P5, during in-cosmetics N.A. next week.
When it comes to formulation, BASF’s new ingredient shows clear benefits: It is easy to use in cold processes and is compatible with all relevant conditioning polymers.
Sonneborn will "smooth things over" during in-cosmetics North America with the launch of its Shea XP emollient for skin care.
Next week, Revolymer will feature its new RevCare NE 100S hair styling polymer during in-cosmetics North America. This naturally derived film-forming technology can replace petrochemically derived equivalents while matching or exceeding their performance.
Lipotrue will smoke the competition with its Epitensive anti-aging product, derived from a relative of the tobacco plant. The company will present its technology next week during in-cosmetics North America.