The Universal Selection Source: Cosmetics Ingredients

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Perlite products are made from a volcanic glass which contains 2-6% water in its inner structure. When heated to around 900°C, the water trapped within the structure is vapourised, causing the...

May 17, 2017 | Article

Micro-capsulation: What’s on the Inside Counts…

By Belinda Carli

The use of micro-capsules in products can be an advantage to your product for multiple reasons, the most obvious of which is visual appeal or what they contain. Micro-capsules are designed to...

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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 19, 2016 | Article

Amazing Hair Care Innovation from in-cosmetics 2016

By Catherine BOUHIER

Back from In-Cosmetics 2016, which was held in Paris. No surprise, there was lots around texture & fragrances, the 2 legs of a good sensorial experience… But I was after something really...

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Perlite products are made from a volcanic glass which contains 2-6% water in its inner structure. When heated to around 900°C, the water trapped within the structure is vapourised, causing the...

Oct 20, 2016 | Article

Asianification: Impact of Asian Needs on Cosmetic Ingredients

By Belinda Carli

There is no doubt that a lot of fast moving innovations come from the Asian region. An industry where this is particularly evident, and then impacts the rest of the world is, 'Cosmetic Products in...

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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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May 11, 2016 | Article

The Post Plastic Micro bead World

By Amanda Foxon-Hill

There have been a lot of discussions about plastic micro beads dominating the market. Several reasons are responsible for their increased prominence in cosmetic products over the time. For example...

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The new ImerCare® 190-P Scrub for facial scrubs harnesses patented, engineered perlite technologies which aim to confer gentle physical exfoliation. This new finer grade rounds out the current...
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