Exclusive insights from beauty leaders L’Occitane Group, Sa Sa International, G&M Cosmetics, Pretti5 shed light on the resilient Hong Kong beauty and personal care market and reveal why it remains a key market in Asia Pacific.
Singaporean company Golden Agri-Resources has recently expanded its operations to include the United States and is working to improve sustainable palm oil production across the supply chain with efforts including meeting Non-GMO standards, obtaining Roundtable...
Fig.1 partnered with Australian-based Conserving Beauty (CB) to develop the 100% zero waste product which are ‘designed to instantly dissolve in water after use,’ utilizing CB’s patented Instamelt fabric technology.
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.
A recently published report on Sustainable Beauty revealed that sustainable beauty products are 'top of mind for beauty consumers' and that the growing demand for these products' will continue to be relevant in the future.'
Join Cosmetics Design and a host of experts from companies such as L’Oréal, Coty, Weleda, J&J's Kenvue, HUM Nutrition, and some of the most disruptive startups, to learn more about the future of beauty...
The founder of a microbiome-centric skin care brand hopes to use its repositioned acne care treatments to educate consumers about the skin microbiome, which she fears has become ‘watered-down and meaningless.’
The Australian Tea Tree Industry Association (ATTIA) has attempted to assure the cosmetics industry that it is doing its best to challenge the proposed classification of tea tree oil as a reproductive toxin.
To celebrate Organic September, we spoke to Director General for NATRUE and new co-chair of the Sustainability Beauty Coalition, Dr Mark Smith, about what’s on the agenda, trends in upcycling and sustainable packaging.