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In vitro method in sun care, a status

In vitro method in sun care, a status

Replacing in vivo methods for sunscreen products is urgent but there are several hinders and questions, says Marc Pissavini, prior to...

3D bioprinting of skin tissues: better and better-performing techniques

3D bioprinting of skin tissues: better and better-performing techniques

The topic of skin tissue 3D printing was at the core of the scientific day organized in early June by the European Centre of...

Study suggests triclosan has no impact on human microbiome or endocrine function

Study suggests triclosan has no impact on human microbiome or endocrine function

Triclosan, a synthetic antibacterial agent used in many kinds of personal hygiene products since the 1980s, would not have a major...

A 'second skin' polymer to eliminate wrinkles, eye bags

A ’second skin’ polymer to eliminate wrinkles, eye bags

Researchers from the MIT have developed a prototype, transparent polymer material that temporarily tightens sagging skin and eliminates...

Innovations and Science: New efficacy tests for new products

Innovations and Science: New efficacy tests for new products

Smart beauty, customization, new types of claims: marketing developments in cosmetics and dermoscosmetology require ranges of tests...

A new website dedicated to efficacy tests for cosmetics

A new website dedicated to efficacy tests for cosmetics

Anne Charpentier, founder of Happyway and a chemical engineer and marketer who has been working in the field of the testing and the...

CTPA responds to study on chemical exposure in teenage girls using cosmetics

CTPA responds to study on chemical exposure in teenage girls using cosmetics

A new US study has shown that avoiding cosmetics containing controversial chemicals for just a few days is enough to significantly...

Gene holds key to (no) grey hair: study

Gene holds key to (no) grey hair: study

Dyeing one’s hair may no longer be the only option for keeping grey at bay, scientists said Tuesday in announcing the discovery of a...

The Cosmétothèque to spread the heritage of cosmetics

The Cosmétothèque to spread the heritage of cosmetics

After two years of existence, the Cosmétothèque, which aims to act as a curator for cosmetics sciences and techniques, is now featured on...

Bio-printing of human skin: Poietis targets pharmaceutical and cosmetic uses

Bio-printing of human skin: Poietis targets pharmaceutical and cosmetic uses

Three-dimensional printing continues to revolutionise the medical world. Scientists in Bordeaux have created a laser-based technology...

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2020’s most disruptive beauty innovations and what to expect in...

2020's most disruptive beauty innovations and what to expect in 2021

Despite the disruption to new product development (NPD), especially at the onset of the COVID-19 crisis - and a difficult year for...

From the beauty of lips to the beauty of nature: Aptar Reboul’s...

From the beauty of lips to the beauty of nature: Aptar Reboul's lipstick

Aptar Reboul, a recognised leader in the field of prestige lipsticks, is taking advantage of the current sanitary period to consolidate...

Cosmetic Ingredients - October 2020

Cosmetic Ingredients - October 2020

Cosmetics viewed as clean or natural have become a growth driver on the market, and no doubt the new post-COVID era will strengthen...

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