Protection and Microbiome

Whilst food and inhalant allergies are increasingly problematic, contact allergies are not rising (Getty Images)

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Allergist: ‘We don’t need a fragrance-free society’

By Kacey Culliney


Allergies must be taken seriously, but the cosmetics industry should avoid going fragrance-free because even allergy sufferers deserve product enjoyment and contact reactions rarely occur, a medical doctor and allergist says.

Probiotics can treat psoriasis, shows new clinical data from ADM

Probiotics can treat psoriasis, shows new clinical data from ADM

By Deanna Utroske

The agricultural processing company has completed a clinical study, recently accepted for publication in the international peer-reviewed journal Acta Dermato-Venereologica (which covers the fields of dermatology and venereology) that shows ingestible...

Ramp up to the SCS Formulate begins

Ramp up to the SCS Formulate begins

By Simon Pitman

SCS Formulate, the biggest event for formulation experts in the UK, is due to take place 23 – 13 November, at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.

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Sunscreen regulations across the globe: What industry needs to know

By Tjaša Grum, CE.way Regulatory Consultants

With summer in full swing and sunscreen products flying off shelves, this guest article sheds light on what cosmetic companies need to know on sun protection product regulations – very different across the globe.

New data from Rahn points to remedy for epidermal jetlag

New data from Rahn points to remedy for epidermal jetlag

By Simon Pitman

Long-haul flights can really take their toll on the skin, contributing to dehydration and fine lines, but new data from German ingredients provider Rahn, suggest it may have come up with a solution.