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Aside from physical activity such as yoga and other meditation methods to reduce stress, a study researched Japanese cedar wood oil to find positive benefits associated with mental health in people at the workplace.
With its eyes on the prize, Evonik's REWOFERM biosurfactant took home the 2016 SEPAWA Innovation Award for its sustainable cleaning properties.
Brows, lip treatments, masks, flankers and more performed well this year to date.
Evonik is now the first company to use biotech methods for producing industrial-scale quantities of biosurfactants, which are key components of modern shampoos, shower gels and household cleansers.
Aromatherapy brand, ADORAtherapy recently launched an assortment of new products, which is designed to help users get a boost of positive energy.
Solazyme, Inc. and BASF partnered in launching a high performance algal betaine—the first commercial surfactant derived from microalgae oil—for use in home and personal care applications.
Seeking to expand the brand into more brick-and-mortar locations both domestically and globally, Laura Geller Beauty has named a new leader.
Inspired by big cats, the new limited edition Untamed Glamour collection from Pür Minerals aims to help give users a glamorous cat-eye look.
LVMH's perfumes and cosmetics business group saw organic revenue growth of 5% for the first nine months of 2013.