As Belinda Carli, Director of the Institute of Personal Care Science prepares to provide an update on Chinese regulations at this week’s in-cosmetics Korea in Seoul, we caught up to gain clarity on cosmetics regulations in the leading region.
Customisation and personalisation within colour cosmetics has been a hot trend of 2017, so we caught up with Marty Lumain, a Chemical Engineer at Seppic to talk about the role that emotions play in shaping our cosmetics choices.
With fear acting as a key driver in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) market, we caught up with Delon Wang, Trends Manager, Asia Pacific at Mintel and asked about the impact that safety, security and protection have on consumer spending habits and brands.
The leading APAC cosmetics nation focuses on how to achieve its 2030 agenda goals for sustainable development, following the release of the 2017 Report on the Sustainable Development of Chinese Enterprises Overseas.
As the Chinese government pushes ahead with its Made in China 2025 strategy, Euromonitor International reports the leading APAC cosmetics market is set to overtake Germany for the position of top Industry 4.0 implementer.
As China remains a dominant make up producer, particularly in areas of innovation such as lip care, the next ten years are expected to bring increased overseas investment, governmental backing and worldwide business opportunities.
The Centre International de Développement Pharmaceutique (CIDP), a Mauritius-based private and independent Contract Research Organisation (CRO), focuses on blue light study protocol and its personal care developments after obtaining ISO-certification.