All news articles for June 2016

Korean beauty: how to get US consumers to bite

Korean beauty: how to get US consumers to bite

By Lucy Whitehouse

With the ongoing rise of Korean cosmetics (often dubbed K-beauty) in the global industry, US consumers remain reluctant to embrace the trend fully. Here, CosmeticsDesign takes a look at what brands are doing to make an impact.

In-cosmetics Korea opens its doors next week!

In-cosmetics Korea opens its doors next week!

By Lucy Whitehouse

In-cosmetics is set to open its doors next week in Korea for the second year running, gathering together the industry in one of the world's leading markets for beauty and personal care innovation.

Top beauty ads at Cannes Lions

Top beauty ads at Cannes Lions

By Lucy Whitehouse

Cannes Lions, the international advertising festival, was held last week, recognising the best and brightest in the advertising world. Here’s a roundup of the leading ads entered into the offering from beauty.

India set to overhaul drugs and cosmetics legislation

India set to overhaul drugs and cosmetics legislation

By Lucy Whitehouse

India is moving towards a shake up in its cosmetics regulation in order to keep up with the rapid pace of today’s innovation, with its union cabinet having just withdrawn the country’s Drugs and Cosmetics (Amendment) Bill of 2013.

Lush gets active on climate change in Australia

Lush gets active on climate change in Australia

By Lucy Whitehouse

In a campaign which marks the build up to Australia’s federal election this weekend, beauty brand Lush has partnered up with an environmental activist group.

‘Coral Zombies’ linked to sunscreen pollution

‘Coral Zombies’ linked to sunscreen pollution

By Simon Pitman

Scientists say that hopes sea corals will recover in the future are being dashed by the emergence of ‘Coral Zombies’ with no reproductive ability, and the evidence points to sunscreen compounds being the cause.