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  • Article - 16 Feb 2022
    To ensure the safety, quality, and efficacy of cosmetics, they are highly regulated with stringent labeling requirements and permissible ingredient allowances. As such, a wide range of analytical...
  • Article - 23 May 2019
    This article discusses how the stability of cosmetic emulsions can be quantified with rheology and simultaneous DEA.
  • Article - 2 May 2002
    Fumed silica is a useful additive for liquid and solid systems. It provides useful rheological properties such as thixotropy and controlled drying as well as hindering the settling of pigments. It...
  • Article - 4 Sep 2001
    The addition of silicone improves both granule flow and melt plasticisation during moulding or extrusion.
  • Article - 27 Nov 2015
    The sensory experience of a cosmetic product is based on its appearance, texture, and odor, and is a measure of its quality.
  • Article - 28 Nov 2022
    This article from Formulaction discusses the importance of stability testing for solid cosmetics like soaps, lipsticks, deodorants, etc.
  • Article - 6 Aug 2015
    Alan Nudelman, President of Composition Materials Co., Inc. (CMC), speaks to AZoM about the environmental issues that microbead plastics present to ecosystems and how their all-natural products can...
  • Article - 17 Jun 2022
    Rheology instruments and techniques are used extensively in the cosmetics industry, supporting research and development for new products as well as quality control and assurance.
  • Article - 15 Mar 2022
    This article outlines the ways that Atlas Materials Testing analyzes cosmetic products for lightfastness and photo stability.
  • Article - 14 Feb 2022
    Most of the time, cosmetic products either come in powders or in emulsions made of a mix of liquids and powders. As the cosmetics industry uses particulate matter to manufacture makeup, lipsticks,...