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[in-cosmetics] Resynchronizing Stressed-out Skin

After one week, volunteers reportedly saw their complexion visibly upgraded by more than 17% compared to the placebo. After four weeks, this increased upwards of 35%.

[in-cosmetics Global] 5 Sensory Breakthroughs from in-cosmetics Global

Hybrid textures and transformational products deliver newness for formulators and brands.

[in-cosmetics Global] New Vegan Polymer from BASF

Rheocare XGN is COSMOS-compliant and suitable for Natrue formulations.

Coty Reports Positive Growth in Q3 2018

"I am encouraged by how far we have come since embarking on our journey to transform Coty into a challenger in the global beauty industry."

[podcast] Trends and the Evolution of Hair Care

Innovations in hair care have come a long way but there's still room to grow. This exclusive podcast with Jennifer Marsh, Ph.D., Procter & Gamble, highlights these and other areas; including what the industry's getting right vs. wrong. Listen now!

Symrise Releases Q1 2018 Financial Results

Symrise reports slower growth due to raw material expenses and unfavorable currency exchange rates.

Aptar Acquires Reboul

The acquisition will allow Aptar to grow in the color cosmetics market while continuing to serve customers in the skin care and fragrance markets.

The Hut Group Acquires Eyeko

The brand, which specializes in eye-related cosmetics, is available in countries including the United Kingdom and the United States, and at retailers such as Selfridges and Ulta.

Givaudan Active Beauty Introduces Sensoria

Sensoria combines fine fragrance and sensorial ingredients into cosmetics actives, and each of the highly perfumed emulsions contains active ingredients for anti-aging.

Neelikon Recognized with Trishul Award

The company was recognized for outstanding export performance in the category Panel-I: Dyes & Dye Intermediates-Large Scale Manufacturing (LSM), 2016-2017.

Ampoule Dropper from Yonwoo/PKG Group

The Ampoule Dropper offers consumers dosing accuracy and precision, without the drawbacks of leakage, breakage and mess.

Sustainable Plastic Tubes from Express Tubes, Inc.

Express Tubes’ Choose Green tubes are produced using a bio-based polymer derived from the renewable resource, sugarcane.

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