Carmen Paun and Méabh McMahon report from 2014’s Cosmetics Europe conference, which stressed that the beauty industry needs to beware of claims which could give consumers the wrong impression
Part one, ‘Easy being green’, covered improved methods of extracting actives from plants, biotechnology and green process engineering; part two focuses on sustainability and fairtrade
Finding the right company to work with in the NPD chain to have a long lasting and profitable business relationship can be difficult to find in a competitor list dotted with pretenders
A change in the balance of power between C&T suppliers and retailers has resulted in unique opportunities for both, says Brian Moore
India's fatty alcohol duty plans are sparking arguments between suppliers and users, says Raghavendra Verma
Tinosorb A2B is the first UV filter to be included in the positive list of the new EU Cosmetics Regulation
The perpetuation of myths about cosmetics and commonly used ingredients risks undermining the credibility of the industry as a whole, says Chris Flower, Director General of the CTPA
Liki von Oppen-Bezalel, Olga Ben-Chitrit, Fabien Havas and Eyal Kalo introduce a phytoene and phytofluene-rich tomato-derived nutricosmetic ingredient, to protect, lighten and even skin tone
ECHA is launching an investigation into cosmetics additives.
A presentation of the novel and acclaimed cosmetic ingredients for 2014, as John Woodruff reports
Functional, stable and safe, and from renewable, natural sources, shea emollients are enormously valuable in cosmetics formulation, says Mette Skovgaard
In the first part of his article on green chemistry, John Woodruff looks into products and processes that reduce the use and generation of hazardous substances
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