Here, Cosmetics Design looks at a selection of ingredients, made possible through biotechnology, that have come to market in recent years and how those new inputs figure into the natural and green beauty movements.
Special Edition: Biotechnology for Natural Formulation
Biotechnology has been heralded as a less costly, more efficient means of producing a range of active ingredients for beauty and personal care, but perhaps the biggest advantage is the sustainability factor.
A functional fragrance formula that seeks to fight emerging bio threats such as tuberculosis is being formulated into personal care products including shampoos and soaps, with products expected to be released within a year.
It’s no longer unusual for multinational raw material suppliers to work with indie beauty brands; but it’s still not the norm. Here Cosmetics Design looks at an array of legacy specialty chemical companies doing business directly with cosmetics, personal...
We round up our top stories on South Korean beauty, featuring Quadpack’s ambitions in the market, why K-beauty may be losing its lustre in Singapore, Chungnam National University’s eco-microbeads study and more.