Luxury beauty brand By Terry and distributing partner Luxasia are counting on a digitally-led approach to weather the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and achieve their ambitions for the brand in Asia.
While interest in the bacteria that make up the skin microbiome sky high, researchers is Korea have uncovered new findings on the skin mycobiome – its fungal diversity – that may help create new products to target sensitive skin.
Whey obtained from milk fermented by the Lactobacillus helveticus CM4 strain (LHMW) has shown to suppress melanin production on the skin, revealing its potential as a novel skin-brightening agent, a study backed by Japanese giant Asahi has revealed.
Consumers will increasingly seek out the safety of cosmeceuticals and the comfort of natural products in the long-term due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) disruptions, says ingredients company BASF.
The adoption of social commerce is becoming more crucial for beauty brands as consumers are expected become more selective about their purchases amidst the economic fallout from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Japanese cosmetics giant Shiseido Company has revealed plans to tap into its expertise on skin care and skin health to facilitate its recovery from the heavy blows of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) impact.
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.