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May
07
2008

Hot New Ingredient: African Tiger Nut Extract for Anti-aging

Produced from the African plant tiger nut, Silab's new antiaging ingredient reinforces the structure of the papillary dermis, boosting resilience and elasticity.

May
07
2008

Out of the Woods: Bark Appears in Skin Care

By Nica Lewis

Although the use of wood for scent is well-established, beauty manufacturers are now highlighting the active benefits of tree-related ingredients--a development originating from traditional Chinese medicine.

May
07
2008

Hot New Active: Prolonging Hair Removal Treatments

Laboratoires Sérobiologiques (LS), the active ingredient business of Cognis Care Chemicals, has introduced a mild, preservative-free, plant-based active that prolongs and enhances the effect of hair removal treatments.

May
07
2008

An Oasis in the Land of Confusion

By Jeb Gleason-Allured

A new personal care and cosmetics-oriented organization throws its hat into the fragmented organic certification ring.

May
02
2008

Natural Certification Program and Seal Launched

Program meant to simplify identification of truly natural personal care products; standard stipulates a product must be made up of at least 95% truly natural or naturally sourced ingredients...

May
02
2008

Tomato-rich Diet Can Help Protect Skin

Lycopene in tomatoes has been shown by British researchers to protect against sun damage in skin.

Apr
28
2008

Pep Talks and Peptides for Spa Professionals

By Bud Brewster

Spa professionals and physicians discuss their needs for training and support from supplier companies.

Apr
28
2008

The Ingredients of Skin Care Research

By Kimberly J. Heathman

Mixing in clinical trials, variables, replication and more, learn how to know when ingredient research has been cooked up properly.

Apr
28
2008

Sunless Tanning: What's Behind the Label

By Alex Schechter

Learn how to decode the language of labels on sunless tanning products.

Apr
28
2008

The Extraordinary Carrot

By Cathy Christensen

This traditional vegetable lends its nutrient content to tables of both the dinner and the treatment varieties.