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May 29, 2009 | 01:52 PM CDT
Suppliers’ Day 2009 was not just about ingredient efficacy, it was also about efficiency, and suppliers focused heavily on developing tools to assist formulators with finding efficiencies.
Apr 30, 2009 | 12:47 PM CDT
By: Brian W. Budzynski and Jeff Falk
Innovation is the development of a competitive edge. It’s a linchpin in creating successful business, and includes a willingness to implement new business models, develop new brand experiences and create new strategic partnerships.
Apr 30, 2009 | 11:48 AM CDT
Although the aisles of the New Munich Trade Fair Centre in Munich, Germany, were less crowded for in-cosmetics 2009, attendees were more focused, driven and dedicated to their goal of absorbing information about cosmetic formulating in the 21st century.
Mar 23, 2009 | 02:41 PM CDT
Overarching goal toward developing an efficient pathway for safe and effective nanoengineered products; effort concentrating on medical use, but implications for personal care likely on horizon.
Mar 03, 2009 | 03:42 PM CST
Freedonia Group projects annual growth of 3.9%; task-specific wipes will gain share, propelled by ingredients such as surfactants that offer biocidal properties.
Feb 04, 2009 | 04:00 PM CST
By: Jeff Falk
Test method allowed Alberto-Culver R&D to create scrub that met marketing's vision and speed to market.
Oct 14, 2008 | 12:16 PM CDT
By: Nancy Jeffries
Skin care products for spa and home spa use are reaching new levels of sophistication thanks to some very interesting ingredients providing functionality and marketing impact.
Oct 09, 2008 | 10:43 AM CDT
By: Stephanie K. Clendennen, PhD and Neil W. Boaz,…
As consumers’ quest for natural in every aspect of a product continues, a comprehensive story of overall ecological impact of product will be required—and green processing is part of that story.
Oct 07, 2008 | 12:30 PM CDT
By: Steve Herman
We sometimes forget that the benefits of our industry go beyond simple beauty, and some of the most elemental and taken-for-granted products, combined with the marketing knowledge pioneered by the companies in our industry, can save millions of lives.
Oct 03, 2008 | 04:40 PM CDT
By: Steve Herman
A scientist and educator suggests that making products safe from the beginning would help safety, environmental and regulatory issues disappear, and the general public less likely to view the industry as insensitive purveyors of toxic materials.