The COVID-19 pandemic is driving independent Singaporean perfumery, Sifr Aromatics, to digitise its business with an e-commerce platform and an online-based bespoke perfumery service that it aims to launch this year.
Singapore-based beauty start-up Sage & Ylang is set to launch its first customisable microbiome beauty essence developed especially for sensitive skin, which was developed alongside a government science and research agency.
Singapore-based sensitive skin brand Suu Balm has launched an upgraded version of its best-selling Rapid Itch Relief Moisturiser that contains five moisturising ceramides and a plant-derived humectant to improve hydration efficacy.
Unilever, which owns brands such as Lifebuoy, Lux, Dove, Vaseline and Sunsilk have committed to eliminate the word ‘normal’ from its packaging and advertising, as well as drive campaigns for gender inclusivity in line with its Positive Beauty vision.
Singapore dermatological beauty brand IDS Skincare believes practitioner-endorsed and scientifically validated skin care solutions have the potential to rival ‘feel good’ products as consumers increasingly demand greater evidence and efficacy.
Singapore-based low-waste beauty brand Oasis Skincare will be launching a delivery option with bicycle couriers for customers within a two- or three-kilometre radius in an attempt to reduce its carbon impact.
Philippine-based personal care company Read The Label, best known for its baby personal care products, is looking to expand its business by developing specialised products for all members of the family.