A Singapore-based brand is eyeing opportunities in the South East Asian region on the back of its proposition to bring holistic and enjoyable beauty routines to those who suffer from skin conditions like eczema.
Singapore-based clean beauty brand Sigi Skin has recently released Tea-Tox, a probiotic sheet mask with hydrating, soothing and anti-pollution properties, selling 500 boxes in its first two weeks of sales.
Dutch supplier Forestwise has developed an odourless and colourless version of Illipe butter that it believes will be in high demand among Asian cosmetic companies seeking out sustainable and ethically sourced natural ingredients.
Indonesian regulator the National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) has introduced a new Gradual Fulfilment Certificate for cosmetic companies to prove they will obtain Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification.
Singapore-based natural beauty brand Skinship is aiming to expand its business outside of its home market and into markets like China where it has observed rising demand for natural and eco-conscious cosmetics.