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.
Indian consumer goods giant Hindustan Unilever says it is taking a cautious approach to any possible beauty acquisitions that could potentially put its position as the beauty and personal care market leader at risk.
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Indian beauty e-tailer and brand owner Purplle is set to make significant investments into technology that help them identify emerging trends well ahead of the market, after completing a U$75m funding drive.
India’s Forest Essentials believes its launch with UK beauty e-tailer lookfantastic will help it to boost its international appeal as prepares to expand its footprint to the Middle East, South East Asia and the US in the next few years.
India-based beauty start-up D’you believes the number of single-ingredient skin care products have inadvertently created more confusion among beauty consumers and has developed an 11 active multitasking serum to tackle it.
Indian clean beauty brand Pilgrim has announced a new partnership that will help it to achieve its goal of becoming a company that has a positive net impact on the environment in terms of plastic footprint.
The CEO of New Delhi-based beauty brand Earth Rhythm joins the Indie Pioneers Podcasts to discuss her passion for NPD, the brand’s innovation process and talks about why she takes an active role in the creation of products.
India-based St. Botanica believes it is on its way to achieving its goal of surpassing U$13m in sales this year as it is set to launch a slew of skin care products that tap into the consumer demand for transparency.
The consumption shifts brought about by the global COVID-19 pandemic is pushing Indian personal care brand Bombay Shaving Company to centre its product development on premiumisation and sustainability.