This year’s in-cosmetics Asia event sees the return of the Product Trails designed to fast-track visitors to the most innovative trends and forward-thinking suppliers in each sector, and here we take a look at those trails.
Global beauty and personal care has reached a total value of $454 billion in 2013, with Asia-Pacific representing 28% of sales. Here, Euromonitor's Beauty and Personal Care analyst Pei Ying outlines four key trends driving growth in the industry.
The second annual consumer choice awards: #beauty20 took place in New York celebrating the cosmetics brands that are the most successful in connecting with consumers through digital technology and social media. Here are the winners…
According to Mintel, there are many opportunities to drive sales in the mature shampoo/conditioner market, from more beauty-enhancing/functional men's shampoos to products featuring positive and aspirational benefits for older women.
The digital age is upon the beauty industry and will be a ‘game-changer’ according to the industry’s biggest cosmetics manufacturer, who has been driving forward following the launch of its Makeup Genius virtual mirror app earlier this year.
According to market researcher Mintel, the US color cosmetics market has battled through the recession and will continue to grow roughly 2-3% on a yearly basis. Here, we round up some of the most innovative products currently dominating that segment.
PCHi 2014 closed its doors in Shanghai last Friday, with organizer Reed Sinopharm claiming both record visitor and exhibitor numbers at the event. And here are some of the highlights from the event in photos and captions.