Anti-Aging / Skin Whitening

Sunless tanning in APAC

Sunless tanning: Is there a niche?

By Natasha Spencer

While sunless tanner sales rise in the West, we spoke to Jane Jang, Senior Beauty Analyst at Mintel on why the market remains still in Asia as consumers opt for ‘reverse tanning’ instead.

Cell therapy for ageing

Cell therapy: Scientific breakthrough treats signs of ageing

By Natasha Spencer

With almost two decades of cell therapy experience, Lee Buckler, President and CEO of RepliCel Life Sciences, has pioneered cell science approaches in the field of regenerative medicine. We continued our conversation on how RepliCel's scientific...

Cell therapy innovation set to reverse impacts of ageing

Exclusive interview

Cell therapy innovation set to reverse impacts of ageing

By Natasha Spencer

As anti-ageing solutions evolve to meet growing demands around environmental concerns, we spoke to Lee Buckler, President and CEO, RepliCel Life Sciences, about how its latest cell technology aims to transform hair and skin care.

Ageing: How consumer voice is disrupting the beauty industry

Ageing: How consumer voice is disrupting the beauty industry

By Natasha Spencer

As Daphne Kasriel-Alexander, Consumer Trends Consultant at Euromonitor International revealed the changing voice of ageing consumers, we consider how this may have a rising influence over the marketing campaigns and product messages that anti-ageing products...

Inside, Outside, Upside-down: Anti-pollution solutions in the Americas

Anti-Pollution Special Newsletter

Inside, Outside, Upside-down: Anti-pollution solutions in the Americas

By Deanna Utroske

Pollution is a global reality and a particular concern in urban areas. Whether it’s from light, gases, particulate matter, organic compounds, or heavy metals, ingredient and personal care makers serving the region are innovating to mitigate pollution’s...

Supplier efficacy data drives anti-pollution claims

Supplier efficacy data drives anti-pollution claims

By Natasha Spencer

With anti-pollution brands focusing on new stories to generate brand and product interest, we asked Belinda Carli, Director, Institute of Personal Care Science, how pollutant-protection research and claims are changing.

What not to miss at in-cosmetics Global 2017

in-cosmetics Global 2017 Preview

What not to miss at in-cosmetics Global 2017

By Simon Pitman

Our latest CD Buzz highlights the not-to-miss bits at in-cosmetics Global 2017. When the doors open in London's Docklands next week there will be a focus on sustainability, a special feature on colour cosmetics, a packed educational programme and...

China celebrates first PCHi Fountain Awards

China celebrates first PCHi Fountain Awards

By Natasha Spencer

The 10th edition of the Personal Care and Homecare Ingredients (PCHi) trade show held its inaugural Fountain Awards and revealed 30 award recipients.

Anti-fatigue in India

Anti-fatigue part 2: Energy boosting Indian beauty

By Natasha Spencer

We continue our conversation with Sharon Kwek, Senior Innovation and Insights Analyst, Beauty and Personal Care at Mintel on this growing niche segment and what we can expect from it in 2017.

Universal measure for sun protection

Sun protection: Is it time for a universal measure?

By Natasha Spencer

Although self-tanning and skin whitening trends differ in the East and the West, both eastern and western consumers are conscious of the impact of the sun and the importance of wearing sun protection.

Belinda Carli, director of The Institute of Personal Care Science

What customization means to the personal care industry

By Belinda Carli, director of The Institute of Personal Care Science

Customization is set to be one of the biggest trends for personal care in 2017 – so just what does it mean to the Personal Care industry and what should brands and formulators be doing to customise their offerings? Here are a few options to consider…

Sweatproof make up in APAC

Sweatproof make up: Beauty brilliance around the clock

By Natasha Spencer

The 24-hour beauty trend is driving the APAC region as consumers want to look and feel their best throughout the day and into the night, regardless of environmental influences such as pollution and the sun, and daily activities such as work and exercise.

Extension for Beauty Industry Awards submission deadline

Extension for Beauty Industry Awards submission deadline

By Simon Pitman

The Cosmetics Design has extended the deadline for the Beauty Industry Awards, giving interested parties another week to make their submissions. Watch this video to find out more and to clue in on the categories where we most want to see more submissions....

Personal care sector growth

Personal care: Drivers behind the sector's future success

By Natasha Spencer

Business insight providers, Markets and Markets, has released its latest findings on the top 10 care chemicals including colour cosmetics, personal care ingredients, cosmetic pigments and active ingredients, that are set to dominate the market to 2021.

Top global consumer trends 2017 ageing and immediacy

Top global consumer trends 2017 part 1: ageing and immediacy

By Natasha Spencer

Market research company Euromonitor International’s recent report on the ‘Top 10 Global Consumer Trends for 2017’  indicates how our attitudes to cosmetics and the overall shopping experience are changing.

Fast Track Your Formulations in 2017

Fast Track Your Formulations in 2017

By Belinda Carli, Director, Institute of Personal Care Science

You have a great formulation idea but now that you are about to put that idea into action, what is the best to get it to market as quickly as possible. What's the best approach?

Samsung announces new creative skincare projects

Samsung announces new creative skincare projects

By Natasha Spencer

Samsung Electronics will reveal its latest S-Skin and Lumini skin care solutions to the global marketplace in a bid to encourage creative technologies in the beauty place.

24 hour beauty and pollution

24 hour beauty part I: Pollution is top concern for beauty consumers

By Natasha Spencer

As APAC consumers demand additional beauty solutions that last throughout the day and night, we spoke to Sharon Kwek, Senior Beauty and Personal Care Innovation and Insight Analyst at Mintel about the current beauty landscape and how cosmetics producers...

What’s next for natural ingredients in APAC?

Gastronomia part 2: What’s next for natural ingredients?

By Natasha Spencer

With companies taking inspiration from the food and drinks industry, we asked Sharon Kwek, Senior Beauty and Personal Care Innovation and Insight Analyst at Mintel how the sector is impacting ingredient selection, emerging product lines and consumer control.

Emogreen wins functional ingredients award

Seppic’s Emogreen wins functional ingredients award

By Natasha Spencer

As Seppic Asia’s Emogreen won the best prize in the functional ingredients category of the Best Ingredient Awards Innovation at in-cosmetics Asia 2016, we spoke to Marty Lumain, Asia Pacific Beauty Care Marketing Manager at Seppic about the product and...

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