The return of the in-cosmetics Innovation Zone will see a range of companies showcasing their latest products and exclusive show launches in one place in skin, hair, deodorants and much more. Here, we round up the hair care ingredients and conditioners...
Chinese officials are said to be considering levying a consumption tax on certain consumer products that make heavy use of resources and cause pollution, with cosmetics indicated as potentially being levied anywhere up to 30 percent.
With just over seven months until the doors open for in-cosmetics Asia in Bangkok, interest in the show is said to be exceeding 2012 figures as exhibitor bookings are up 36 percent compared to this time last year.
An opinion on the use of nanoscale 2,2’-methylene-bis-(6(2H-benotriazol-2-yl)-4-(1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)phenol) (MBBT) as a UV filter in cosmetics and sunscreen has been adopted by the European Commission's Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety.
CCL industries has signed an agreement to partner with Japanese packaging company Taisei Kako that will see the two companies build a plastic tube manufacturing and decorating plant in Bangkok, Thailand.
The rising demand for airless packaging solutions has led Mega Airless to announce a new production site in Villingen, Germany, in order to handle the influx in orders, says the company CEO Lucyna Silberstein.
Demand from emerging economies and the increase in aspirational shoppers will keep the Global Cosmetics Manufacturing industry growing throughout 2013, having helped it maintain healthy levels over the past five years.
Michigan-based Amway has manufactured its own success story in an unlikely market, although its sales growth looks to be slowing in China as competition increases, and counterfeits become a bigger problem.
According to the market researcher, consumer attitudes in China are reflecting a growing market demand for natural as 90 percent of female shoppers say they are “getting more concerned about the safety of skin care products”.
Representatives of congress have introduced the 'Safe Cosmetics and Personal Care Products Act', which they propose will close major loopholes in the federal law that currently allows companies to use ingredients in cosmetics known to damage...
Despite the faltering economies in Japan and China over the last year, Asia Pacific remains the dominant region in premium facial care, according to the latest global skin care report from Euromonitor.