Innovation

European Wax Center’s EWC Treat Brightening Ingrown Hair Wipes Awarded

Wipes named winner in the “Best Treatment for Ingrowns” category of the 2024 Cosmopolitan Holy Grail Beauty Awards European Wax Center, Inc., the largest and fastest-growing franchisor and operator of out-of-home waxing services in the U.S., announceed its 2024 Cosmopolitan Holy Grail Beauty Award win. Cosmopolitan editors and experts recognized the EWC Treat Brightening Ingrown Hair Wipes as the winner of

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Mitsui Chemicals Asahi Life Materials develops spunbond nonwoven

Insights Mitsui Chemicals Asahi Life Materials has developed a spunbond nonwoven using a biodegradable plastic suitable for composting in domestic settings. The move comes in response to increasing global demand for home composting. Mitsui Chemicals Asahi Life Materials intends to establish the production setup for regular and thermoformable grades of this nonwoven before the end

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A.Celli starts up key equipment for Akinal Sentetik Tekstil’s SPL11 nonwoven line

The start-up of the winder, rewinder, master roll transfer system and shaft extractor by A.Celli Turkey’s team concluded the project without any open points and with optimal results. A.Celli and Akinal Tekstil’s latest joint project involved the supply of key end-of-line equipment for the SPL11 located in the Gaziantep plant, Turkey. Said line is dedicated to the production of

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Italian researchers use mycelium as alternative to synthetic fibres

Insights Italian researchers, with funding from the European Union (EU), are using web-like structure of mushroom’s root system—the mycelium—as an alternative to synthetic fibres for clothing and other products like car seats. EU has been funding a four-year research project called MY-FI at Mogu, located 50 km northwest of Milan, to develop non-woven fabrics made

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