Our Research : Product Development : Health Care Products

Consumer Products

We develop products that help ensure the oral cavity and body are not only hygienic and healthy but attractive and youthful in appearance while offering a sense of abundance and comfort to boost QOL. Specific examples include toothpastes and mouthwashes that are highly effective and pleasant to use; ergonomically designed toothbrushes; body washes that both achieve high detergency and protect the skin; shampoos and conditioners that are gentle on the skin and hair; and antiperspirants and deodorants that attack body odor at the source. Lion confirms the functionality and quality of products through objective scientific study, including clinical research into products’ effects on the human body. By doing so, we strive to develop products that are truly useful to consumers.

R&D Case Study

External Presentation—Health Care Products: Consumer Products

  • The 149th Meeting of The Japanese Society of Conservative Dentistry (2018)

    Importance of approaches to the host's defense mechanism in the prevention of periodontal disease and the effects of vitamin E

  • The Japan Society for Menopause and Women's Health (2018)

    Quantitative Evaluation of Hair Growth in the Treatment of Hormone Replacement Therapy

  • 60th Seminar of JHSA(Japan Hair Science Association) (2018)

    Hair care Technologiies for the Hair & the Scalp

  • SCEJ The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan (2018)

    Design of multiscale structured composite particles through mechanical process for fabricating a powder layer with rapid drying properties

  • Japan Hair Science Association (2018)

    Relationship between female hormone and hair: Development of hair loss treatment

  • Hihu to Biyou (2018)

    Washing Technologyies for the Hair and Scalp

  • Cosmetic Stage (2018)

    Point of prevention of cosmetic microbiological contamination

  • Frontiers (2018)

    Gene expression order attributed to genome reduction and the steady cellular state in Escherichia coli

  • Fragrance Journal (2018)

    An Offensive Defense:Minimizing preservatives,Maximizing Protection and Resources