Contents, № 09 (196) november 2017



domestic chemistry Novelties



SEPAWA Congress in Berlin: performance, convenience, sustainability
The annual SEPAWA Congress is the groundbreaking event for the detergents/cleansers, cosmetics and perfumery industry in Europe. With over 130 lectures and presentations and 300 exhibitors, the SEPAWA Congress offers a wealth of information to more than 2,500 participants. The Congress is therefore the European communication platform for experts in the above-mentioned fields.

The results of the 22nd International Scientific and Practical Conference «Cosmetic Industry: A Look into the Future»
The 22nd International Scientific and Practical Conference «Cosmetic Industry: A Look into the Future» took place in Moscow from 23 to 26 of October 2017.


PCHi-2018: Сonference Topics Announced & Fountain Awards Open for Entry

Personal Care and Homecare Ingredients (PCHi) – China’s choice sourcing platform for the global personal care industry – will return to the Shanghai World EXPO Exhibition and Convention Center (SWEECC) from 19 – 21 March 2018 for three days of industry networking, business exchange, and learning opportunities. Reed Sinopharm Exhibitions (RSE) today unveils preliminary details of noteworthy show elements that will be prominently featured at PCHi 2018.


Glycoageing – are there any methods to control?
V.А. Averianova, Ph.D (Biology)
Glycation is a non-enzymatic process whereby various sugar molecules react non-specifically with proteins (and other macromolecules). This phenomenon increases with age, in all types of tissue, particularly in people with diabetes, and leads to degradation of enzymatic vital functions, to brittleness in collagen and elastin fibers (thus to wrinkles, decreased elasticity) and to reduced efficacy of cellular mechanisms. Ingredients with antiglycation activity attempt to prevent this sugar-attachment to proteins.


Cosmetic claims substantiation. Part II. Evaluation of moisturizing effects in vitro and in vivo
L Peno-Mazzarino, E. Lupo, M. Daniel, N. Radionov, Laboratoire BIO-EC (Longjumeau, France)
Mechanisms of cutaneous hydration and skin barrier function are well established. They provide a scientific basis for testing laboratories to evaluate moisturizing activity of cosmetic products. Efficacy of such products can be assessed with in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo models. Correct testing approaches should be chosen for each biological model. In the article various methods, used in efficacy studies of hydrating cosmetic products are presented.


Véronique Newton, R&D Laboratory Manager of CIDP: New Opportunities in Product Testing
Strengthening legislation requirement for advertising claims about the effectiveness of cosmetics the international campaign against animal testing and many other important factors make manufacturers looking for new ways to confirm the competitiveness of their products. Véronique Newton, R&D Laboratory Manager of CIDP granted an interview about the modern testing possibilities to «Raw materials & packaging» magazine.


MarketsandMarkets: Personal Care Ingredients Market will be growing
Changing lifestyle and rise in spending capacity in developing countries such as India, China, and Brazil are expected to drive the demand for personal care products, which, in turn, will drive the market for personal care ingredients.


Enhancing sensorial properties with waxes from KahlWax.
N. Novikova, specialist of the technical and consulting support, Revada LLC
In today’s markets there is a broad variety of skin care products available. There is a perceivable trend of anhydrous formulations for diverse application areas. Therefore formulators are looking for oil-soluble ingredients stabilizing their formulations but also enhancing their sensorial properties. Natural specialty waxes are becoming very popular for this. Berry, Myrica fruit, Rice bran and Sunflower seed wax are just examples of interesting waxes on which every formulation would benefit from.

Increasing the Preservative Palette: a Multifunctional Active with Natural Efficacy Against Bacteria, Yeasts and Mould
А. Кrovetto, D. Scholz, Active Micro Technologies
The choice of suitable preservatives for use in cosmetics is rapidly diminishing due to increasing concerns over safety, exposure and sensitisation. Exacerbated by consumer demand for natural personal care, an obvious gap has become evident in the current palette of preservatives causing a distinct need for a natural yet effective, safe and stable antifungal material. Using controlled fermentation of medium chain triglycerides, fractionated from coconut oil, with the probiotic bacteria Lactobacillus gives a sufficient concentration of lipopeptides to provide efficient antifungal activity. This COSMOS certified ingredient is called ‘Lipopeptide Complex’. Supported by challenge test data under varying conditions, as well as in-vivo studies to show an increase in skin moisturisation, density, and cellular viability, this new multifunctional active can help to provide a much needed antifungal boost. By combining this antifungal ‘Lipopeptide Complex’ with a known antimicrobial peptide (Lactobacillus Ferment), a natural system is formed which offers broad spectrum protection against bacteria, yeasts and moulds. Additionally, its moisturizing and conditioning features support a holistic approach to formulation.

Acting on deep skin layers by BASF active ingredients
Now cosmetics help us to achieve results which previously could have been reached only by plastic surgery or complex cosmetological procedures. Problems like fighting against cellulite, facial and body contours modeling, lips plumping, stimulating the production of collagen and GAG (glucosaminoglycans) are solved by affecting the deep skin layers. BASF Care Creations develops and produces a comprehensive portfolio of active ingredients for the Personal Care industry to obtain noticeable results in a short time.


Adult solutions for baby cosmetics
E. Berezina
Baby Care Global market rapidly grows. According to many analytical and marketing agencies, the figures may exceed the projected figures. Developing sectors such as skin care, hair care and sunscreen. There are many target products battling some certain problems: diaper dermatitis, acne, dry skin or chapped lips. The global baby care market is competitive in nature. Some of the key and well-established players in the market increasingly faced with regional and private companies. How does the modern packaging for baby and kids’ cosmetic look and what the market offers nowadays dealt in this review.

Tube of the Year. Results of the Outgoing Year
R. Leonov,
The European tube market shows a very little growth within 1%. In general, this is one of the most rich and competitive packaging markets and tubes, in particular. All these prerequisites promote manufacturers to search for new solutions and improve existing technologies more than anywhere else in the world. An industry’s panel of experts of the European Core and Tube Association (ETMA) celebrates its achievements at the annual “Tuba of the Year” competition. Mainly, “Tuba of the Year” is a competition of manufacturers, in other words, plants, shown a maximum of possibilities for packaging producing and designing.


Raw materials for cosmetics, perfumery and household chemicals

Equipment for packaging manufacturing

Equipment for cosmetics, perfumery and household chemicals manufacturing

Packaging for perfumery and cosmetics

Manufacturing services. Contract manufacturing