Singapore-based natural beauty brand Skinship is aiming to expand its business outside of its home market and into markets like China where it has observed rising demand for natural and eco-conscious cosmetics.
A Hong Kong-based natural skin care brand blending eastern adaptogens with western skin care technology is seeking to expand locally and overseas as demand for skin care centred on health and safety grows.
Hong Kong based natural skin care brand OSCO Skincare is eyeing international opportunities as it predicts demand for anti-pollution cosmetics will grow, partly because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Korean skin care and tech start-up LYCL Inc. has outlined strategic plans to advance its expansion beyond its home market and into new product categories following a fresh injection of funding from Beiersdorf and other investors.
The penchant for livestreaming in China is supporting the remarkable demand for luxury beauty products among the younger generation of consumers, according to China’s leading e-commerce company Alibaba.
South Korean personal care major LG Household & Healthcare and US manufacturer Farouk Systems Inc. have extended their partnership to launch a botanical-based skin care brand it believes will be a ‘good fit’ for the US market.
The Biological Science Research Laboratory of Kao Corporation has published new research confirming that ageing and ultraviolet exposure decreases the levels of a vital protein that leads to a loss of skin elasticity.