On this episode of the Beauty Broadcast, we are exploring how the changing perception of ageing is pushing cosmetic companies such as Shiseido and Native Extracts to rethink the ‘anti-ageing’ skin care category entirely.
On this episode of the Beauty Broadcast, we’re delving into the remarkable recovery of luxury beauty in Asia Pacific and the future prospects for this high-end category with experts from By Terry and LUXASIA.
In this episode of Beauty Broadcast, we are exploring the huge potential stress-relieving adaptogens have in beauty as concerns for health and wellness mount during the pandemic, with expert insights from Mibelle Biochemistry and Pretti5.
In this episode of Beauty Broadcast, we discuss the upcoming shifts, challenges and game-changing tech that will influence the beauty industry as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to underscore the significance of the online channel, with expert...
In this episode of Beauty Broadcast we discuss the future of APAC’s make-up category as it recovers from the COVID-19 downturn, with expert insights from SUGAR Cosmetics and Asian Consumer Intelligence.
In this episode of Beauty Broadcast we dive into the hand care category with B&B Labs and Corum to discuss how COVID-19 has influenced the category and its chances of continuing to thrive post-pandemic
12-MINUTE WATCH: TRENDS 2021 BY COSMETICSDESIGN EDITORS
Multicultural beauty, sophisticated hygiene and green products for all will take the spotlight next year, as consumers turn to relatable and engaging concepts that fulfil their needs. CosmeticsDesign’s global editors take you through the top 15 global...
In this episode of the Beauty Broadcast, we dive into the cosmeceutical beauty category with Dermalogica and Merck sharing their thoughts about the trends and opportunities that have emerged in the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Once geared around mass-market personal hygiene products, the Asia Pacific men’s grooming category has undergone drastic shifts with the advent of social media, changing lifestyles and the democratisation of cosmetics.
The skin microbiome has been a leading subject in the personal care industry in recent years, but with more emphasis on health during these unprecedented times it has become more relevant than ever before.