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Researchers from Leeds Metropolitan University have suggested that thyme may be an effective treatment for acne.
Packaged Facts reports that products noted to have antioxidant ingredients—including foods, beverages and beauty products—are becoming increasingly popular with consumers.
At In-Cosmetics in Barcelona, Cosmetochem International AG will introduce an anti-aging compound that combines vitamin C with pomegranate flower extract to boost collagen production and inhibit the breakdown of collagen, respectively.
Skin care consultant Katerina Steventon explains the importance of recognizing the value consumers attach to the texture and fragrance of their skin care products in order to choose the right products for your clients.
According to Kline, as a consequence of consumers having greater awareness of the efficacy of certain actives, the beauty market has responded by using actives and their proven market cachet in products as diverse as skin care, makeup, hair care, male grooming products, slimming formulations, sun protection and more.
Laboratoires Sérobiologiques, now part of BASF Beauty Care Solutions, has introduced its bark extract that fights inflammation to reduce the signs of aging.
The Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR), an independent panel of scientific and medical experts, reaffirmed this week at its public meeting that parabens are safe.
By: Raffy Karamanoukian, MD, and Hratch Karamanouk…
The treatment of this skin disorder can be managed by four core principles.
Silab has created an active from peach tree leaves that slows the signs of aging by stimulating cells to repair and protect themselves.
By: Abby Penning
This market segment is widening its reach by further developing the idea of what makes for youthful skin.