In this episode of Indie Pioneers, we speak to Joanne Ang, the co-founder of sensitive skin care firm Kansoskin on how she is using the brand as a platform to promote a healthier outlook on conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
South East Asian fashion retailer FJ Benjamin Holdings (FJB) has recently expanded into beauty with the addition of cult skin care Dr. Barbara Sturm Molecular Cosmetics to tap into the growing demand for skin care amid COVID-19.
Japanese cosmetics giant Shiseido Company aims to tap into opportunities offered by the diversity of the Asia Pacific region, which it believes holds huge potential particularly in South East Asia and India.
Singapore personalised beauty brand Yours says it is now focusing on developing simple, sustainable, effective and affordable products that may not necessarily be tailored to the individual, according to its CEO.
Malaysian cosmeceutical brand B&B Labs has introduced a microbiome-friendly hygiene range to tap into the trend of hand care premiumisation that has arisen in the aftermath of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
A newly launched Singapore skin care brand believes its proprietary encapsulation tech can maximise anti-aging results because it seeks out and deploys ingredients exactly where collagen and elastin reside in the skin.
In this episode of Indie Pioneers, CEO of bespoke perfumery Maison 21G discusses her consumer-centric approach to the retail journey online and offline, as well as how the perfume industry is set to undergo considerable change.
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.
E-commerce platform Shopee is eyeing untapped opportunities in South East Asia’s luxury beauty market as the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic pushes more premium brands to carve out an online business.