An essential oils firm that grows lemongrass, cinnamon, torch ginger and vetiver in one thousand acres of lush countryside in Malaysia's Borneo state of Sabah is seeking new cosmetics and fragrance opportunities.
A blockchain system that ensures the veracity of halal-certified products across the world has been praised by Malaysian firm Miss Elwani - one of the first cosmetics companies that has signed up to the system.
Creative agency Centdegrés collaborated with tradeshow Luxepack Shanghai to stage INKside Colours, a sensorial experience that explored the role of colour in China’s history, and tapped into what it believes is China's number one design trend.
Japanese beauty company Pola Orbis will debut its latest whitening active with the launch of two new products under POLA’s White Shot range, after the ingredient was approved under new stricter screening criteria.
Australian-based personalised cosmetics brand Hop & Cotton is refusing to rely on machine learning to create custom formulations, instead arguing that the personal touch and precision can go hand-in-hand.
The in-cosmetics Global event is always a major platform for new and emerging trends. And plenty of new trends were in evidence at the Paris event, but one in particular caught my eye – the move towards multiuse or multipurpose products.