June 2011

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Sun protection

It’s a matter of using the right amount

In an interview with COSSMA Dr. Simone Presto of Eucerin gives us an overview of the latest scientific findings and the most significant trends in the sun care sector. For example, how the “think twice” rule should ensure that the user applies a really adequate amount of sun protection product. She also tells us about a new sun protection formulation with high UV protection and allergy protection.

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Sun Care

Sun care has caught the craze for light products

Dr. William Johncock of Symrise, in an interview with COSSMA editor Angelika Meiss, explains what ingredients are used to accommodate the latest global trends in sun care.

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From powder to cream

Moisture-rich products in powder form

Dr. Jörg Münzenberg of Evonik explains how moisture-rich products can be produced in powder form using the new Powder-to-Cream formulation concept. To the surprise of the consumer, the powder turns into a cream when applied!

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New Sun Care Products

Product Development: International launches

This month Mintel has picked out a number of fascinating new sun care products:

Neutrogena-Wet-Skin series, Kids Beach & Pool Sunblock SPF 70+ ,
Boots Soltan Once Invisible Dry-Touch Transparent Spray SPF 15;
Dior Bronze Protection Solaire, Crème Protectrice Sublimante SPF30,
Nivea Sun Light Feeling Quick & Easy Continuous Mist SPF 50+,
Shiseido Urban Environment UV Protection Cream SPF 35 PA+++

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Radiance Revisited

Switch on Beauty

Induchem’s new comprehensive radiance concept – Switch on Beauty – involves products from all Induchem companies: natural bioactive complexes from Induchem, biotechnological actives from Libragen and the formulation concept from Temmentec.

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Happy Ageing

Using chronobiological actives

The company’s Happy Ageing concept shows how chronobiological science and an understanding of the physiology and behaviour of the human organism can be used in a targeted way when selecting actives for cosmetics products. After the age of about 40 the skin is able to lock in less moisture and so loses firmness. The first signs of ageing and changes due to exposure to sunlight can be seen. The company gives detailed recommendations regarding which actives are best for each phase of the client’s life. Their action is underlined with the use of precious organic plant oils.

picture:  Greentech

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Formulations

Natural Cosmetics

In this issue our selection of formulations covers products for natural cosmetics.

A natural cosmetic is still the word on everyone's lips, and so it's no wonder that there is still a search for new types of natural formulation.Because natural cosmetics are increasingly focussing on the pampering aspects of cosmetics formulations, products such as Luxurious Body Wash from Croda, Gracefully Green Face Cream w/o Preservatives from Cognis, Natural velvet compact eyeshadow from Sensient Cosmetic Technologies and Natural Velveting Bar from Zschimmer & Schwarz should be of particular interest.

And there is a good selection of formulations for natural baby care, for example Natural Repair & Protect Nappy Cream from Croda or, as an alternative, Natural Baby Diaper Care from Dr. Straetmans. For companies in the sun care business Soothing Balm for Suntired Skin from Greentech and Natural Sunscreen from Kobo Products are included in the selection.

The very varied mix of basic formulations that have been specially submitted for this issue by ingredients manufacturers can be downloaded free of charge from our web site. You will find your access codes on the Internet button on page 3 and 38 of the printed edition.

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