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Sep 23, 2008 | 09:49 AM CDT
Partnership to produce a range of omega transaminases for the improved production of optically pure amine compounds.
Sep 20, 2008 | 12:24 PM CDT
By: Leslie Benson
WEB exclusive from “Eat and Drink Your Skin Care,” August 2008 GCI magazine cover story.
Sep 12, 2008 | 10:06 AM CDT
Researchers at the University of California Los Angeles create nanoscale droplets for skin care delivery; researchers report molecules stable at a sub-100-nanometer size range.
Sep 11, 2008 | 08:19 AM CDT
Lubrizol Advanced Materials expands global reach of its Noveon Consumer Specialties; lab to employ four scientists and collaborate with other Noveon Consumer Specialties hair care labs.
Sep 10, 2008 | 07:44 AM CDT
During the 2008 HBA Awards Dinner, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine announced the award recipients for best new technology and best new technology launch...
Sep 08, 2008 | 08:20 PM CDT
Partnership designed to bring naturally derived performance ingredients to the personal care industry; step in Dow Corning’s focus to move beyond silicon.
Sep 05, 2008 | 02:22 PM CDT
By: Lakshmi Prakash, PhD
A close look at cosmeceuticals as a category and the nature of ingredients defined as such sheds some light on the possibilities in creating a harmonious line in which topically applied products, along with those ingested, play an increasingly important role.
Aug 28, 2008 | 04:07 PM CDT
By: Nancy Jeffries
As the long-term benefits of protecting skin from harmful rays become clear, sun protection attributes are being added to products designed for daily skin care regimens.
Aug 28, 2008 | 02:55 PM CDT
By: Steve Herman
The humble salt crystal—it’s essential to your health. Technology’s march has improved it as a component of cosmetic formulations and its efficacy in products.
Aug 26, 2008 | 03:24 PM CDT
By: Steve Herman
Beyond the well-known ravagers of youthful-looking skin, sugar and the chemical reactions that produce sugar in our cells conspire against eternal youth.