A home-based radiofrequency (RF) beauty device was found to be a safe and effective solution for skin rejuvenation, and could be more effective than commercially-available anti-ageing cosmetics, according to a new study.
A clinical trial commissioned by Quintis has confirmed in vitro findings that sandalwood oil is more protective than vitamin E against blue light damage, giving the Australian sandalwood supplier more leverage for growing its business in Europe.
Demetrix recently announced commercial production of a rare cannabinoid, along with a partnership with ingredient supplier Evonik. CosmeticsDesign spoke with Cynthia Bryant, chief business officer at Demetrix, about what the announcements mean for CBG...
Contract manufacturer MANA launched their Artists At The Bench program on Friday, partnering with three makeup artist to design new color cosmetic products. CosmeticsDesign spoke with Maria Stadler, vice president of product development and marketing...
The European Commission’s Scientific Committee for Consumer Safety (SCCS) has closed the comment period for its preliminary safety opinion on the two phytoestrogen isoflavone substances, genistein and daidzein.
Indian Sandalwood holds a lot of promise as an active ingredient for minimalist skin care formulations and as an inventive alternative for talcum powder in make-up, says Australia-based sandalwood supplier Quintis.
Kao Corporation has conducted a new study on the colour cosmetics application of its fine fibre technology, confirming that is able to smoothen the appearance of skin naturally when applied all over the skin under make-up.
India-based skin care brand Brillare is kicking off its zero-dilution initiative which will see the brand phase out the use of water as well as synthetic ingredients in its formulations in bid to meet the demand for clean and natural beauty products.
Skin microbiome research would benefit from standardised methods and reporting practices worldwide to enable researchers to replicate studies, assess results and better advance knowledge in the field, say researchers.
Sustainability is one of the hottest topics in beauty today, but how can the sector move beyond packaging to innovate with new concepts, product formats and materials to win over the eco-conscious consumer, while avoiding the trap of greenwashing? We...
Australian biotechnology company SkinDNA has developed a non-invasive and pain-free method to collect skin RNA samples which can be used to inform beauty consumers on the efficacy of their skin care products.
Zeolites, a nanoporous material being tested in various other fields at this time, may absorb heavy metals in a creamy cosmetic and offer potential to formulators seeking to remove such environmental compounds, suggests preliminary data from Italy and...
Personal care major Procter & Gamble (P&G) has developed water-soluble pouches containing dissolvable hair care pellets for a user-friendly, sustainable alternative to existing bottled and solid formats.
Resveratrol is a promising candidate for further skin care new product development to aid ageing, scars and wounds, but scientists have stressed there is room for improvement when it comes to research knowledge.