A new survey by Korea International Trade Association (KITA) has revealed that South Korea’s cosmetics industry was the most significantly impacted sector by the post-pandemic demand for eco-conscious products.
Australian healthcare company EZZ Life Science Holdings has entered the beauty and personal care space with a new hair care range which it hopes can help double its business in the next couple of years.
The South Korean arm of South East Asian e-commerce platform Shopee has inked a deal with the Korean SMEs and Startups Agency (KOSME) to form a logistics service to facilitate the entry of Korean products to Poland.
Hong Kong beauty retailer Sa Sa International says it lost approximately 480 business days over the fifth wave of the pandemic as COVID-19 infections among staff members forced it to shutter its stores.
Gotha Cosmetics has set up local production in China, where it believes it can tap into the post-COVID growth potential of the market while lessening the burden of rising shipping costs and delivery lead times.
Japanese personal care major Kao Corporation has launched a pair of dry shampoos under hair care brand Merit in response to the growing demand for dry shampoos that can be used on the go, including a shampoo sheet concept first developed for use in space.
Japanese personal care major Kao Corporation believes achieving a circular society will require a delicate balance of minimising beauty materials and maximising use, with thin-film packaging offering plenty of promise.
South Korean beauty conglomerate Amorepacific has announced the launch of a new personalised skin care brand for sensitive skin that offers consumers private one-on-one after-sales consultation services.
German consumer goods major Beiersdorf is gearing up to expand its business in China through Nivea and Eucerin, which it believes have the potential to have as much success as its luxury brand La Prairie.
Kao Corporation has conducted a new study on the colour cosmetics application of its fine fibre technology, confirming that is able to smoothen the appearance of skin naturally when applied all over the skin under make-up.
French beauty giant L’Oréal Group has credited the boom in luxury fragrance to the growing appreciation among Chinese consumers and expects it to continue growing by double-digits in the years to come.
Beauty and fragrance manufacturer Coty reports that the growth of its prestige beauty business in China is outstripping the market, with the firm predicting that the luxury sector, in particular, is ripe for future growth.