The Universal Selection Source: Cosmetics Ingredients

‘Toiletries’ is one of the key applications for the cosmetics and personal care industry. The toiletries market is rather a mature one in which competition is pretty high, particularly in oral care products and personal wash products. The toiletries market covers oral care products (toothpaste...), depilatory products, personal wash products (shower gel, soap), hygiene products (deodorant, antiperspirant...), spa products and bath products.

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Aug 5, 2016 | Article

Sensory Ingredients for that Instant Effect

By Isabelle Afriat

We live in a world of instant gratification when it comes to just about everything. Consumers these days tend to choose products emotionally. Just the look and feel of the product, would make you...

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Jul 20, 2016 | Article

Choosing Greener Alternatives to Plastic Microbeads

By Belinda Carli

With the continuing bans on polyethylene microbeads spreading around the globe, several alternatives have been developed. Many ingredient-manufacturing companies have invested in true natural...

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Apr 9, 2014 | Article

Composition for External Preparation for Skin

The chronic nature of dermatitis, a representative skin disease, and in particular atopic dermatitis, makes continuous use of drugs necessary. While steroid external preparations produce...

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Feb 26, 2014 | Article

Water-based Antiperspirant Compositions with Improved White Mark Protection

An antiperspirant composition, including at least one active antiperspirant ingredient, at least 5 wt. % free water and 0.5-15 wt. % 1,4-dimethylolcyclohexane, wherein all quantitative data relate...

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Dec 11, 2013 | Article

Anti-Adherent Formulation Including an Anionic or Non-ionic Polymer

Liquid formulations having anti-adherent properties are disclosed herein. The liquid anti-adherent formulation described herein acts to prevent the adherence of menses and/or fecal material to the...

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Jul 22, 2016 | Article

How to Evaluate the Exfoliating Effect of a Cosmetic Product?

By Anne Charpentier

Exfoliation indirectly increases the renewal of the epidermis and its oxygenation / homogeneity of the skin complexion. Exfoliating products act mechanically or chemically to actively clean and...

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Feb 17, 2016 | Article

Deodorants: Can Carbon Chemistry Win Over Silicones?

By Amanda Foxon-Hill

In 2011 when I first investigated natural alternatives to silicone chemistry I focused on aesthetics and found a range of esters and vegetable oil derivatives that delivered very similar levels of...

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Feb 26, 2014 | Article

Anhydrous Soft Solid Composition

There is still a need to produce soft solid formulations, especially deodorant and/or antiperspirant products, which have a dry, non-greasy feel, without it being necessary to use a volatile...

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Feb 12, 2014 | Article

Bar Soap Composition With Enhanced Sensory Properties in Soft & Very Soft Water

The present invention relates to compositions comprising relatively large amounts of calcium and magnesium salts and Medium Chain Triglycerides. Such compositions are claimed to possess unique...

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Dec 1, 2013 | Article

Selecting Surfactant(s) When Developing a New Cleansing Formula

"What do you focus more on while selecting a surfactant to develop a cleansing formula?" question is again geared toward the formulators out there. It deals with selection of surfactants when...

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