Generation Z can be a puzzle for beauty companies, as they don’t appear to have the same levels of brand or product loyalty as their predecessors. What do marketers and R&D experts need to know about this generation?
A consortium of 15 cosmetics companies have joined together to create the TRaceability Alliance for Sustainable CosmEtics (TRASCE), to enhance traceability in major ingredient and packaging supply chains across the beauty and personal care industry.
L'Oréal's venture capital fund BOLD has just invested in Timeline, a Swiss biotech that specialises in longevity in the beauty and health sectors, as the focus on longevity grows in the beauty industry.
The luxury skin care brand’s sale provides insight into current trends in the industry space, including a shifting consumer mindset and changes in packaging and labeling, says industry expert Chris Bustamante.
Croda says its latest state-of-the-art pastillator in Singapore aims to address the rising global demand for sustainable pastille-formats and align with beauty brands that are prioritising carbon footprint reduction.
South Korean conglomerate Shinsegae International is accelerating the expansion of its imported cosmetics business by striking various exclusive distribution deals for popular overseas brands and those with high growth potential.
The French multinational has acquired Danish research company Lactobio, which is a leader in precision probiotics, in a bid to strengthen its leadership in microbiome research to explore new areas of cosmetic innovation.
We round up the most recent developments in the exciting Chinese beauty market, including MINISO fragrances, La Prairie’s Douyin debut, China’s new toothpaste regulations, Perfect Diary’s fine line-reducing lipstick, and more.
L’Oréal’s dermatological beauty division has made its first foray into India with the launch of skin care brand CeraVe, in a bid to meet the growing demand for science-backed derma beauty in the country.
Award-winning UK hair care brand Flora & Curl has just launched into Boots in the UK. We spoke to founder Rose Ovensehi about why she started the brand six years ago and how the textured hair market still hasn't reached its full potential.