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During in-cosmetics North America, forward-thinking personal care ingredient suppliers will offer product insights and share new formulation techniques. Multifunctional beauty care, high performance polymers and surfactants are just three highlights, to be presented via a series of Innovation Seminars.
Hopeful for healed lips? Mizzi Cosmetics' Hope purple lip balm provides healing properties, while also leaving lips with a clear gloss look. A portion of proceeds for the balm go toward the American Cancer Society.
With gentle exfoliation and cleansing, Stemology’s Cell Reboot Exfoliating Skin Polisher reboots the skin and helps to give the skin a fresh, clean slate. By using toxin-free ingredients, the skin feels cleansed of oils and refreshed.
Enjoy acne-free skin with NERD Skincare's Acne Treatment. The treatment is formulated to target bacteria, fighting the bad, while keeping the good to help defend skin.
Kypris's Pot of Shade: Heliotropic equips the skin with its own personal shady spot, providing protection from the harsh UV rays of the sun. This sunscreen protects the skin naturally and creates the shelter with an environmentally friendly design.
With a scent of lavender, Dr. Bronner's Fair Trade & Organic Lavender Hand Sanitizer kills germs naturally, leaving polished, glossy hands after use. Additionally providing hydrated hands, this sanitizer leaves skin smooth without a sticky or drying feeling.
While consumers in this category tend to be loyal to familiar brands, there is rising demand for innovation with new pigments, oils and formats.
Following the first two days of intense marketing and networking at in-cosmetics 2016, the much anticipated award winners from the Innovation Zone were announced.
Wally’s Natural Soothing and Calming Collection take ear candles to a new level. The products in this collection help energize the body, while also focusing on finding balance and calming muscles.
Old and irritated? No one wants these skin conditions (much less the personality). Consider retinaldehyde, a less-irritating, cost-effective and formulating-friendly alternative to retinoic acid for an array of skin care treatments. In relation, new topical delivery systems,such as retinaldehyde γ-cyclodextrin complex, can stabilize the active in formulations.