K-beauty brand Etude has launched a new eye shadow product that allows consumers to customise their own palette, tapping into personal colour and personality test trends that have taken South Korea by storm in recent times.
The founder of a beauty brand and former research consultant in the diamond industry says both sectors share striking similarities and can mutually benefit by exchanging insights in areas such as consumer transparency.
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.
Nivea-Kao’s latest innovation, containing a functional ingredient that releases a fresh scent each time a user breaks into a sweat, capitalises on the lack of products that address “sticky neck” issues.
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.
K-beauty giant Amorepacific’s says its Lipcure Beam combines lip diagnosis, care and makeup capabilities in a single device, addressing the gap in existing products that mostly only offer moisturising function.
The disruptive startup has pioneered the development of water micronisation technology and L'Oréal said it will “accelerate its Research & Innovation and the commercialisation of more sustainable Beauty Tech solutions”. L'Oréal has also...
Industry leaders from Coty, Kenvue, and Maison 21G, and more are set to share exclusive insights into the future of Asia Pacific’s beauty industry at CosmeticDesign’s brand-new digital summit taking place end-January.
LG Household & Health Care (LG H&H)’s beauty tech brand Imprintu hopes its recently opened Thailand store will act as a springboard for wider South East Asia expansion, while looking to make headway into North America with its participation in...
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.