Following its recent win at the PCHi awards in China — its fourth event accolade— we spoke to Jane Zhang, Head of Personal Care in China, Azelis to discuss the innovation and technology behind its active ingredient Tagra CelluCaps C.
To highlight the impact type III collagen has on the appearance of ageing, Japanese personal care giant has invested resources in creating the world’s first internal skin elasticity visualisation system for ageing alteration.
Cosmetics Design checked in with indie brand leaders, working on opposite corners of the globe—Ashley Prange of Au Naturale Cosmetics and Ann Leslie of Pure Nut—to find out how and why local sourcing is key to the sustainability of their beauty businesses.
The recent PCHi Shanghai event had a number of additions this year, including a revamped exhibition hall layout, an updated Fountain Award, increased networking opportunities and a specific focus on suppliers to the vast China market.
Over the last couple of years, Genomatica has recognised the increasingly popular trend favouring sustainable and naturally-sourced ingredients in the cosmetics and personal care, moving away from synthetic chemistry.
The biotech company has just launched Brontide, its first ingredient for use in beauty product formulations. Earlier this month, Cosmetic Design spoke with Damien Perriman, senior vice president of specialty chemicals at Genomatica, to find out more.
With the environmental impact on the skin continuing to be a key concern for consumers, David Boudier, Scientific Communication Manager at Silab talks us through how neuro-soothing ingredients are pushing the natural segment into its next phase.
By Belinda Carli, Director, Institute of Personal Care Science
The Australian Society of Cosmetic Chemists (ASCC) supports networking between Australian chemists and cosmetic brands – this year they celebrate their 50th Annual Conference with the latest innovations and high profile speakers leading the line-up.