Cosmeceuticals vs pharmaceuticals: what's the difference?

Cosmeceuticals vs Pharmaceuticals in Cosmetics

What is the difference between cosmetics found at supermarkets or department stores and cosmeceutical brands found in spas or speciality ...
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Carob in skincare formulations has remarkable anti-aging properties.

Carob in skincare: not just a diet-friendly chocolate substitute

A 2018 independent study of women 40-56 years old in the United States found that carob in skincare formulations provides ...
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Lifting facial contours through topical skincare may be possible with carnosine and altermonas fermant extract.

Lifting Facial Contours & Jawline | Carnosine, Alteromonas Ferment Extract

Redefining the face and lifting facial contours may be possible with carnosine, Alteromonas ferment extract, hyaluronic acid and a tripeptide according ...
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Nano-sized Tinosorb M has been approved for use by the EU

Tinosorb M: Nano-sized UV Filter approved by EU

Methylene Bis-Benzotriazolyl Tetramethylbutylphenol (MBBT), an ingredient of Tinosorb M, has been officially entered into Annex VI of the EU Cosmetic ...
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Stability testing for cosmetics is essential to ensure that a product meets quality standards and its intended functions.

Stability Testing for Cosmetics and Personal Care Products

Stability testing for cosmetics helps ensure that a new or modified product’s functionality, aesthetics and quality are not adversely impacted ...
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What is the difference between the cruelty free logos?

Cruelty Free Logos: A Comparison

More than ever, consumers are looking for cruelty free logos on packaging before purchasing. Social media means that shoppers are ...
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