The OECD has accepted two new alternatives to animal testing to assess skin allergy and eye irritation. The methods have been developed by French cosmetics company L’Oréal after 40 years’ research.
EpigenCare reveals world's first digital skincare matching product to help companies market and produce products with more scientific transparency and consumer personalisation
California senator Cathleen Galgiani is introducing legislation that will prohibit the import and sale of cosmetics and personal care products tested on animals. If passed, the ban will apply to both ingredients and finished products.
Unilever is going beyond EU labelling requirements by disclosing fragrance ingredients online for its home care and personal care brands in Europe, starting with France and the UK
Dr KH Gharda, founder, chairman and managing director at Gharda Chemicals talks to Savita V Jayaram, about challenging conventional wisdom in chemicals.
Going ‘natural’ is becoming an industry trend and Charkit Chemicals is one of many companies looking at strategic expansion initiatives into the herbal extract and botanical segment – an industry poised for growth in the years to come.