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Indena, Hyris and NHP Research Alliance have signed a strategic cooperation agreement for the joint development of DNA authentication test kits for botanicals and related natural health products: Indena Hyris_NHP. The Alliance capitalizes on Indena’s nearly hundred years experience...
  Head & Shoulders hair care brand is one of the leading brand of Procter & Gamble, and now a limited edition of recyclable shampoo bottle is being launched. This is a starting attempt to evaluate how the market would react...
The collaboration between industry and research company (e.g. universities), has a key role in developing both new formulation strategies and new approach to the testing of cosmetics and drugs. In particular, cruelty-free cosmetics and active principles not tested on...
Botaneco has opened a new laboratory and office in New Jersey to help personal care product makers formulate highly functional products from sustainable ingredients. The facility serves as a resource for formulators that require oleosomes and other components of...
A lack of product ingredient information is a very common problem with cosmetics products. Fortunately, the situation is improving. In the past few years, several companies have taken action to make product information more transparent to consumers, including the sharing...
Changing the face of the beauty industry by sustainable development The 9th European edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit will be hosted in Paris Marriott Champs Elysees on 6-8 November 2017. The Sustainable Cosmetics Summit will feature sustainable sourcing, green formulations, and...
The use of preservatives is mandatory for same cosmetic formulation, and non-toxic, effectives compounds are required. In particular, nowadays, «natural» preservatives are highly valuable. With Euxyl® K 903, Schülke introduces the newest preservative system meeting the requirements of «natural...
The availability of dispensing systems that are both effectives and environmentally friendly is highly desired in the cosmetic industry. In fact, consumer expectations have changed over the years, and today products that are simple, functional and sustainable to preserve...
Numerous excipients are presents in cosmetics; among them, preservatives play a fundamental role, but some of them are considered unsafe or at least are suspected to be harmful for the consumers. Recently, the preservative poly(hexamethylene) biguanide hydrochloride (PHMB), whose INCI...
Green and sustainable processes are an important part of the new economy, and are becoming integrated with manufacture processes also in the cosmetic industry. At this purpose, Unilever has undertaken to become carbon positive by 2030, and up to...