For the first time, an Yves Saint Laurent (YSL) skin care product – Beauté Forever Youth Liberator Serum – joins a permanent exhibition collection at a science museum.
Glycobiology, the science of glycans applied to the skin and cosmetics pioneered by YSL Beauté with this serum, is now part of the Berlin Museum’s newly inaugurated permanent exhibition dedicated to the central role played by glycans in the realm of life.
New research into the regional distribution of pollen and fungal spores undertaken by independent aerobiologist, Dilys Berman, is set to enable allergy sufferers to better plan their allergy control regimes, based on expected allergen spikes.
Sensorial profiling of cosmetics was the topic of discussion at the basic refresher sensorial morning hosted by the Society of Cosmetic Chemists (Coschem) on 29 July 2015. Speakers included Dr Heidi Grimmer from Sense of Nambitha and John Knowlton, owner of Cosmetic Solutions.
Lucideon has published a white paper entitled Measuring the Chemical & Physical Properties of Human Hair Surfaces. This paper reveals how the surface characterisation of hair fibres delivers important insights into the performance of hair care products.
Over time, there have been countless scientific developments in contraceptives, with the latest seeing a new focus on male contraceptives. Consumer lifestyle analyst at Mintel, Jack Duckett, investigates the developments.