This week, the 33rd IFSCC (International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists) Congress kicked off in Barcelona to welcome top cosmetic scientists from across the globe. CosmeticsDesign-Europe attended the event to report on the latest industry...
American beauty multinational Coty is targeting further growth for Burberry Beauty in China after recent successes in makeup and fragrance, alongside the impending launch of its first refillable perfume bottle.
To celebrate Organic September, we spoke to Director General for NATRUE and new co-chair of the Sustainability Beauty Coalition, Dr Mark Smith, about what’s on the agenda, trends in upcycling and sustainable packaging.
Here we reveal extensive and exclusive insights from K-beauty insiders Shinsegae, Olive Young, Melixir, Toiletpaper Beauty, and StyleStory, as they shed light on South Korea’s biggest trends and opportunities.
In our round-up of the recent trend developments in the Asia Pacific beauty and personal care market, we’re featuring insights into derma beauty, an exclusive interview with Coty on lifestyle fragrances, and more.
Australia-based Luk Beautifood’s new dual-function mascara seeks to reduce the reliance on lash treatments by consumers, whom the brand says are becoming increasingly aware of the negative effects of these aesthetic procedures.
India-based SUGAR Cosmetics is optimistic of significant growth opportunities in smaller cities due to factors such as a burgeoning consumer base, rising disposable incomes, and demand for accessibility to beauty products.
Overall trends in purchasing behavior both on and offline as well as purchasing dynamics indicate healthy growth in the Beauty and Personal Care product categories overall despite the pressure of rising inflation in average product prices.
Japanese cosmetics giant Kao Corporation has dedicated resources to strengthen the presence of selected brands worldwide, with premium brand SENSAI leading the way through an upcoming flagship store in Shanghai.
South Korean delivery app Baemin has taken a leap into the Vietnamese beauty market by launching a skin care and makeup brand, and is capitalising on K-beauty trends to customise products for the needs of local consumers.
China’s personalised cosmetics industry has hit a new milestone, with Shanghai leading the way in allowing approved retailers to produce customised products in stores, although challenges in quality and safety management remain to be overcome.
Launching into the Chinese beauty market is notoriously hard for European brands due to the cultural and language barriers, yet it can be a highly lucrative move when successful, says a Chinese partner company that has worked with the likes of Johnson...
The skin care brand partnered with experiential e-commerce platform Obsess to release a digital storefront that features animations, a custom-designed layout of five rooms featuring different products, and a fully interactive experience for consumer engagement.