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.
International beauty major L’Oréal has announced a series of changes at its helm for next year, including the succession of its current CEO and creation of a new business division merging research, innovation and technologies.
In an article published this month in Phytotherapy Research, an international peer-reviewed journal on medicinal plant research, a team of researchers from the University of California Davis share data that indicates almonds may have antiaging benefits...
A recently published critical review of available data on the efficacy of phytochemicals on scalp, follicle, and fiber condition finds that the plant-derived actives have potential to be used in formulating effective hair loss treatment products. Though...
In an effort to help leaders in governance and business understand this prosperous movement, The Global Wellness Institute is publishing a series of papers, covering the megatrends behind the movement, the history of wellness, terminology, and what it...
Last week in the journal Science, researchers from the City University of New York published a paper that outlines their work developing material that not only imitates melanin but that also enables scientists to pick and choose the properties expressed.
At this week’s Annual Meeting of the Society for Investigative Dermatology the beauty, fragrance, and personal care maker will present new data connecting both environmental and biological factors to skin aging and to hair aging.
Adelaide Glycomics says that the opening of its carbohydrates research centre is the largest of its kind in the southern Hemisphere, and is likely to benefit a number of industries, including cosmetics.
Industrial aquaculture experts at British Columbia’s North Island College have a plan that could up kelp production in the waters around the province and make more of the natural marine ingredient available for use in food, pharma, and personal care.
The 2015 edition of in-cosmetics Asia has opened its doors to global ingredients suppliers as they aim to do business with buyers, manufacturers, formulators, scientists and marketing professionals from across Asia.
L’Oreal USA is set to relocate its Chicago-based institute for research into ethnic hair and skin to the company’s ‘innovation hub’ in New Jersey, in a move which confirms the rise of the demand for multicultural beauty in the US.
Michigan State University has established an independent science-based center that will serve as a reliable source for information, research, and analysis on the safe use of chemicals in consumer packaged goods.
The in-cosmetics Innovation Zone is a unique area for attendees to catch up on all the latest products launches in one place. Here, we've rounded up some interesting skin care ingredients set to be revealed at the show.
For many people the desire to be bronzed and exhibit a ‘healthy glow’ is a normal one, but what if it might be psychological and could open us up to over-exposure and damage to our skin, asks a new study.
Cosmetics company Lush is offering a quarter of a million pound prize to try and encourage researchers to deliver a breakthrough in toxicology research that could ultimately lead to the replacement of animals used in product safety testing.
Hair care has always been a complex topic for beauty companies and has led to French firm L'Oréal opening a dedicated hair research centre in Paris focused solely on scientific developments and meeting market demands. Cosmetics Design was invited...