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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.
Jul 16, 2008 | 09:29 AM CDT
According to The NPD Group, Inc., sales of premium facial skin care products saw growth in China in 2007...
Jun 09, 2008 | 10:04 AM CDT
Collaboration with plastic surgeon and skin care expert marks company's foray into cosmeceutical market...
May 05, 2008 | 04:24 PM CDT
By: Jeff Falk
Supplement for "Hair Care Ingredients Nourish and Support"
Apr 03, 2008 | 10:02 AM CDT
According to a new study, women are cynical about scientific claims from anti-aging products and are confused by the effectiveness of cosmeceuticals....
Apr 02, 2008 | 10:42 AM CDT
By: Liz Grubow, LPK Beauty Group
Regardless of how they are delivered—topically, ingestible or both—cosmeceuticals bring performance and ease of use, as well as surprise and delight, to the consumer.
Apr 02, 2008 | 10:37 AM CDT
By: Leslie Benson
In the age of Botox and antiaging cosmeceuticals, handheld dermatological devices for at-home use offer consumers alternatives to invasive surgeries and spa treatments.
Apr 02, 2008 | 10:03 AM CDT
By: Diana Dodson
The vibrant antiaging market is being fueled by the development of high-tech formulations that are blurring the boundary between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Euromonitor International takes a look at the $14.9 billion global market and the latest developments in wrinkle-busting cosmeceuticals.
Mar 05, 2008 | 11:29 AM CST
By: Steve Herman
Through unexpected twists and turns, encapsulation became a game changing technology for the fragrance industry, and controlled release and targeted delivery of active ingredients remain critical to today’s personal care products. The future of evermore effective products depends on continued advances in actives delivery—and those advances may come from work outside the industry.