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Latest Technology Advances in Cosmaceuticals

@article{Arora2012LatestTA,
  title={Latest Technology Advances in Cosmaceuticals},
  author={Nageen Arora and Shilpi Agarwal and Rayasa S. Ramachandra Murthy},
  journal={International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={4},
  pages={168-182}
}
World consumers are looking for personal care products that supply multiple benefits with minimal efforts. They also expect the latest technology advances to be incorporated into innovative formulations. The trend toward therapeutic cosmetics will lead to a better understanding of modern ingredients and their assessment techniques. To obtain skin care formulations with real consumer-perceivable benefits and to optimize sensory attributes, formulators are resorting to technology that until… 
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