In our round-up of the recent product developments in the Asia Pacific beauty and personal care market, we look into Kao’s waterless space shampoo innovation, LG H&H’s first vegan make-up brand, and more.
Contract manufacturer Gotha Cosmetics recently released a line of 100% talc-free formulations to meet consumer demand, particularly in the US. CosmeticsDesign spoke with Gotha Marketing Director Viviana Barker Hemings and R&D and Regulatory Director...
Indian beauty e-tailer and brand owner Purplle is set to make significant investments into technology that help them identify emerging trends well ahead of the market, after completing a U$75m funding drive.
Kao Corporation is preparing to send a waterless shampoo sheet to the International Space Station in 2022, a move that is being predicted will give waterless beauty the exposure it needs to shift long-held water habits.
Kosé Corporation has entered a partnership with spa group Aman Group to showcase Decorté in a series of exclusive facial and body treatments as it strives to turn the brand into a global prestige beauty powerhouse.
Australian spa brand endota has introduced a new women’s intimate health range featuring two products, a breast oil and intimate wash, in what the company believes is a ‘natural progression’ from its skin care offerings.
India’s Forest Essentials believes its launch with UK beauty e-tailer lookfantastic will help it to boost its international appeal as prepares to expand its footprint to the Middle East, South East Asia and the US in the next few years.
Active beauty brand Solyph is aiming to tap into what it believes are greater opportunities for the brand following the increase in personal health and wellness concerns that have accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On this episode of Indie Pioneers, we chat with Dan Terry, the founder and creative director of Oo La Lab to discuss the potential of niche Asian fragrance brands in the global market and talk about the importance of scent to heritage and culture.
Kiwi brand Ecostore has underlined the global eco-initiatives it will be focusing on next year, including expanding the footprint of its refill stations and reducing its reliance on water in its formulations.
Zero-waste personal care brand Bhuman has launched a new water-activated powdered unisex hair wash, a move the brand believes will enable it to make a bigger positive environmental impact given the high penetration of shampoo.
In our round-up of the top five stories trending on our social channels, we highlight a waterless innovation from beauty start-up The Powder Shampoo, Amorepacific’s acquisition of a cult beauty brand and more.
International beauty major L’Oréal has launched a fragrance disclosure model designed to inform consumers of ingredients used across its entire global portfolio of brands and products, kickstarting with a US rollout.
India-based beauty start-up D’you believes the number of single-ingredient skin care products have inadvertently created more confusion among beauty consumers and has developed an 11 active multitasking serum to tackle it.
On this episode of the Beauty Broadcast, we explore the growing popularity of solid beauty products and discuss what it will take to solidify the mainstream adoption of this eco-friendly product format with experts from Forestwise, Nuebar and Coconut...
International skin care major Beiersdorf has developed a method to profile skin based on moisture levels and geographical location, providing an accurate picture of overall skin condition and enabling personalised product recommendations.
Concerns for personal health and the health of the environment are blurring the lines between make-up and skin care as consumers seek out colour cosmetics that provide more than just superficial benefits.
L’Oréal couture brand Valentino has launched its first makeup collection in Dubai and Seoul airports, laying the path for a strong return to beauty travel retail for the conglomerate, an executive says.
In this round-up of the top five stories on the digital developments and beauty tech in the cosmetics industry, featuring SENSAI’s China e-commerce plans, a look into the future with extended reality and more.
International beauty companies are in danger of losing market share to China’s homegrown beauty brands that are more in tune with the needs and concerns of the varying demographics that make up the vast Chinese market, according to an industry analyst.
Emma Lewisham has laid out targets to reduce its product carbon footprint as “close to zero as possible” by 2030 after achieving its goal of becoming a carbon positive beauty brand with a 100% circular designed business model.
The CEO of New Delhi-based beauty brand Earth Rhythm joins the Indie Pioneers Podcasts to discuss her passion for NPD, the brand’s innovation process and talks about why she takes an active role in the creation of products.