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New nanoscale emulsification science from MIT

New nanoscale emulsification science from MIT

By Deanna Utroske

Researchers Ingrid Guha, Sushant Anand, and Kripa Varanasi have developed a scalable water-in-oil emulsification technique that doesn’t require mixing. And they believe that the new method has ready applications for cosmetics and personal care product...

Canadian indie beauty brand makes skin care and soap from icebergs

Canadian indie beauty brand makes skin care and soap from icebergs

By Deanna Utroske

East Coast Glow uses glacial water and other local ingredients in its collection of personal care products. It’s a concept, right in line with several current industry trends, that the company hopes will sustain sales beyond tourist season.

Meeting consumer demands for ‘waterless’ products

Meeting consumer demands for ‘waterless’ products

By Belinda Carli, director of The Institute of Personal Care Science

Consumers are increasingly looking to balance their use of products with an environmental conscience, and we’re seeing this demand met by a new wave of products being promoted as ‘waterless’.

MIT researchers reconfigure complex emulsions

MIT researchers reconfigure complex emulsions

By Deanna Utroske

Double emulsions can be made in large-scale quantitates with mixing processes newly tested and refined by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Unilever rapped and P&G praised: environmental concerns in focus

Unilever rapped and P&G praised: environmental concerns in focus

By Lucy Whitehouse

According to the US Attorney's office, Unilever is set to pay up a total of $4.5 million to make amends for its violations of federal environmental regulations, which took place at its now closed factory in Clinton, Connecticut.

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