On this episode of Indie Pioneers, we chat with Mele Olivetti, the founder of Tongan beauty brand Feniu, who is on a mission to use her brand as a platform to share the heritage and culture of a tiny island nation with the world.
Australian spa brand endota has introduced a new women’s intimate health range featuring two products, a breast oil and intimate wash, in what the company believes is a ‘natural progression’ from its skin care offerings.
Australian sandalwood supplier Quintis is eyeing new opportunities in China’s cosmetic space after a new scientific review revealed Indian sandalwood oil has more scientifically-proven benefits than CBD oil.
Emma Lewisham has laid out targets to reduce its product carbon footprint as “close to zero as possible” by 2030 after achieving its goal of becoming a carbon positive beauty brand with a 100% circular designed business model.
New Zealand start-up Mushroom Material has developed a sustainable mushroom-based material as an alternative to polystyrene styrofoam and cardboard packaging and is targeting the cosmetics sector for its first products.
New Zealand-based probiotics firm has made its debut in the cosmetics space with its new skin care brand, Unconditional Skincare Co., which utilises a probiotic strain that is naturally found in the skin.
Johnson & Johnson Pacific is recalling all batches of Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Body Mist Sunscreen Spray SPF 50+ in Australia after small levels of benzene, which can potentially cause cancer, was detected under product testing.
The cosmetics industry has the resources and potential to prevent the loss of First Nations culture and knowledge that will ultimately benefit the environment, says one supplier that works closely with these communities.
Australian personal and home care manufacturer Natures Organics has launched a range of refillable hair care products as sustainable packaging is rapidly becoming an “expectation” from Australian consumers.
Australian First Nations personal and home care firm Nood Australia is set to launch a high-end skin care brand made with native Australian botanicals in the third quarter of the year to reinforce B2C business.
On this episode of Indie Pioneers, we chat with the founder of Bescher about the brand’s hero ingredient, sea cucumber collagen, its amazing benefits and why she believes it is set to explode in the beauty world.
Australian hemp beauty brand Dope Skin Co is gearing up for its first major international expansion into the US market, where it believes it can thrive on the back of the strong awareness of hemp-based products.
There is a gap in the market for skin microbiome solutions to help treat atopic dermatitis, claims biotechnology company Marinova, for which it believes its brown seaweed extract could play a major role.
An Australian firm has developed an alcohol-free disinfectant that uses native plant extracts, which it claims can help kill the COVID-19 virus within 90 seconds without damaging even the most sensitive skin.
Australian brands Hair Folli and The Daily are looking to jointly release more products after the success of their multifunctional men’s skin care line that simultaneously helps with facial hair growth.
Aboriginal Australian skin care brands are battling a lack of ingredient sources and pandemic-driven logistical issues – but the founder of Natural Cover is still optimistic about the sector’s growth potential.
Australian clean cosmeceutical brand Biologi is taking a pro-ageing approach with its latest serum which harnesses the power of phytonutrients to enhance the appearance of youthful skin rather than erase away wrinkles and lines.
Premature ageing and impaired skin barrier function are some of the common conditions faced by netballers, according to bespoke skin care brand dermaviduals, which is the official skin care and make up supplier of Silver Ferns - New Zealand’s national...