Australian regulator the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has warned manufacturers that hand sanitiser products cannot include inappropriate claims, such as the prevention of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
In the cosmetics and personal care business today, DTC mailing and retail drop shipping are not uncommon, especially not since the Coronavirus pandemic. But sustainable beauty packaging remains elusive. Founders Rebecca Percasky and Kate Bezar believe...
Biotech firm Holista Colltech and skin care specialist Skin Elements – both of which are listed on the Australian stock exchange - have announced a deal to launch a natural and alcohol-free hand sanitiser.
In this episode of Indie Pioneers, we chat with Christina Su, founder of Australian brand Bayeco Skincare, about how her pharmaceutical training influenced the development of her evidence-based natural skin care line.
In this episode of Indie Pioneers, we speak to Josephine Robson, the founder of skin care brand Golden 8 about the benefits of crocodile oil and the conservation efforts put in place to protect its future among Australia’s wildlife.
A non-toxic, low-cost and easily processed foam that can mop up oil spills can be translated into cosmetics production, and may even have more uses in beauty than it could on polluted seas, says its inventor.
A unique pharmacy-backed trial, one of the largest medical studies of its kind ever undertaken in New Zealand, has shown that honey derived from New Zealand's kānuka trees is as effective in healing cold sores as pharmaceutical anti-viral treatments.
Australian-based personalised cosmetics brand Hop & Cotton is refusing to rely on machine learning to create custom formulations, instead arguing that the personal touch and precision can go hand-in-hand.
In her Indie Beauty Profile, Melanie Gleeson, founder of endota, tells how a first job in beauty grew into a spa services business and eventually a brand with 3 distinct product lines. And, she passes along the advice of a friend that changed her into...