Indian cosmeceutical outfit Fixderma has revealed that its top product, which accounts for 60% of its total sales, is a cream that treats acanthosis nigricans, a relatively common, yet rarely discussed skin pigmentation disorder.
Indian content-to-commerce conglomerate The Good Glamm Group is eyeing the acquisition of a men’s personal care brand, after snapping up more than 12 companies in the past two years ahead of a hoped-for public listing in 2024.
Gulf markets offer a huge opportunity for online beauty sales due to rising demand from young consumers, claims the firm behind Nykaa, an e-commerce outfit that has enjoyed significant success in India.
A Helsinki-based firm that has developed a microbiome-restoring extract is eyeing opportunities in the South Korean beauty market, which it believes will serve as a springboard to the wider Asia Pacific region.
South Korean beauty major Amorepacific has developed highly personalised bath bombs by measuring consumers’ real-time emotional responses to fragrances and colour, designing formulas with algorithms to match individual moods.
Spanish luxury beauty and perfume major Puig has announced the acquisition of Kama Ayurveda – a move set to strengthen its Indian footprint and drive presence in the Western wellbeing market, an expert says.
Chennai-based nutraceutical and food firm Diabliss Consumer Products is developing another 10 herbal water supplements – on top of its five existing products – to tap the lucrative potential of the general wellness market in the country.
Amassing a wide range of SKUs that provide targeted skin care for anti-ageing, acne, pigmentation and sun protection are vital for brands to make a bang in India’s increasingly discerning market, claims a home-grown CEO.
Indian males are becoming more willing to invest in skin care products, with the sector tipped for double-digit growth over the next four years, claims a former Coca-Cola and Mondelez exec who co-founded male grooming brand Braavoking.
IFF-owned ingredients maker Lucas Meyer Cosmetics believes its latest upcycled active ingredient can solve major pain points in the hijabi hair care market, especially in the warm and muggy climates of Asia Pacific.
POPxo, a cosmetics platform and label under India’s digital content and D2C beauty firm The Good Glamm Group, will be capitalising on multi-use cosmetics and emphasising sun protection to extend its market reach.
India’s personal care brand Singh Styled, which features a myriad of products such as beard nourishers, serums and shampoos, aims to enter the UK, US and Middle East markets as part of its expansion plans to serve 30 million Sikh men worldwide.
French clean beauty brand Caudalie is gearing up to expand its presence in Asia with new entries into India and Vietnam on the back of what it belives is growing demand for effective and clean skin care.
Indian parenting platform BabyChakra has launched its very first range of baby care products which it believes has the potential to achieve monthly growth of 30% on the back of India’s booming mum and baby care segment.
Innovations such as ‘try before you buy’ perfume samples mean that online retail can provide a better customer experience and sales channel than brick and mortar stores, according to the founder of Indian direct-to-consumer (DTC) fragrance house All Good...
India-based skin care brand Brillare is kicking off its zero-dilution initiative which will see the brand phase out the use of water as well as synthetic ingredients in its formulations in bid to meet the demand for clean and natural beauty products.