SenzaGen announced today that is has licensed the chemical safety testing method to BRT. The contract researcher will now be offering the tests to its cosmetic, chemical, and pharmaceutical clients here in the US.
Scientists working at the University of Michigan found that the tiny particles can pass in and out of immune cells, which should (according to previous scientific models) capture and remove foreign matter.
A new study from Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore has questioned the safety of a number of personal care products containing antimicrobial agents that could affect immune system development in children.
IGY Life Sciences has developed a revolutionary, patented process to safely extract immunoglobulin antibodies from an immunized chicken egg, and then return the egg to a food source. These antibodies designed to kill the acne bacteria on the skin can...
California-based Woodbridge Labs has announced that it is recalling
certain DermaFreeze 365 anti-aging products in Canada and the
United states after samples tested positive for potentially
Advitech has secured two-part interim financing totalling C$350,000
to assist in ongoing commercialisation of its psoriasis product
from sweet whey, Dermylex. The boon for the Canadian company
coincides with the finalisation of its...
Advantage Marketing Systems has obtained the rights for the
distribution, marketing and worldwide product sales of a patented
facial line reducing serum. Signed with Nino Sorgente, under the
agreement AMS will initially roll out the...