As we bid farewell to 2015, Cosmetics Design takes stock of the most topical beauty news in the Asia Pacific region which includes: Shiseido's advances in hair loss, Thailand heralded as ASEAN's gateway, animal testing developments in New Zealand...
Despite the holiday season having descended upon us at a rapid rate, there’s yet to be a slowdown from the cosmetics industry in Asia Pacific. Here, Cosmetics Design reminds our readers of this year's biggest business developments…
What a jam packed year 2015 has been for the industry! Cosmetics Design has been on the road taking note of the latest innovations and discussing the key issues cosmetics makers are facing in Asia. Here, we’ve condensed all the best bits here for you...
Today, shoppers in Singapore gather product information online and make decisions based on data, a shift in consumer behavior that means its time to rethink packaging, shelf display, ingredient discloser and more.
Australian company, Vida Glow has developed a natural marine supplement to help stimulate the body’s natural supply of collagen based on Japanese traditions of using the ingredient to achieve radiant skin.
The natural and organic trend has already has a significant grip on Europe and North America and a focus on this type of ingredient at next month’s Cosme Tech event will demonstrate its growing importance in Asia.
As the beauty label and package printing industry shifts its focus towards sustainability, the Chinese government is encouraging a move away from traditional solvent-based printing technologies and towards flexography.
Symrise announces that it is launching its own mobile app to offer a smart device experience of its Fine Fragrance genealogy, which is a complete overview of the most popular fragrances of today as well as the past four decades.
Regardless of how successful an international beauty player may be on the Asia Pacific region, the China market practically evolves overnight and staying ahead of the game here – as L’Oreal knows only too well, takes risk and strategic foresight.
Speciality chemical ingredients manufacturer, Croda has expanded its alkoxylation facilities on Jurong Island as it strives to "provide innovative solutions closer to customers in the fast growing markets of Asia Pacific".
As high price prestige face cream contains SPF 15 protection and a suntan lotion claims to have anti-wrinkle activity on the other hand, this is all a good development according to Dr Karl Lintner, President, Kal’idees.