Doug Schoon, M.S. Chemistry President, Schoon Scientific Dana Point, CA, USA Three scientific studies have been performed by different laboratories, all reaching the similar conclusions – UV nail lamps are
This morning, my daily news channel aired a story on Bill Nye, the Science Guy. What a fabulous way to learn about science. Here is Bill Nye’s YouTube channel.
As I do my ongoing research and participate with scientists in discussions about the industry and all the facets within it, I find these claims all the time, “our products
Do you know what this symbol means? Have you even noticed it before? You will find it on most, but not all, of the personal care products in your bathroom.
This post was inspired by a discussion initiated on the LinkedIn “Safe Personal Care Products – The Right Way” group: “EWG Rates NYR Organic as NOT TOXIC! I send lot’s
As a beginning chemist, one of the most frustrating things for me as I started my career was the product ingredient lists. While all the products had cosmetic ingredient listings,
The Safe Cosmetics and Personal Care Products Act of 2013 legislation is simply a new premise added onto an old Bill revisiting my industry once again. These proposals have been
Well, that all depends on what your skin care active is intending to do and how well you can deliver it to its target site and that’s not easy.
The vast majority of cosmetic raw materials are based on hydrocarbons. Oils, polymers, waxes and more involve bonds of carbon and hydrogen. But a notable exception to this hydrocarbon dominance