A recently published report on Sustainable Beauty revealed that sustainable beauty products are 'top of mind for beauty consumers' and that the growing demand for these products' will continue to be relevant in the future.'
We round up the most recent developments in the exciting Chinese beauty market, including MINISO fragrances, La Prairie’s Douyin debut, China’s new toothpaste regulations, Perfect Diary’s fine line-reducing lipstick, and more.
Toothpaste products in China will be regulated under a new set of measures starting from December 1, which a regulatory analyst says is a more rigorous approach that has raised entry thresholds and brought about various challenges for companies.
The beauty category continues to see growth as consumers seek out ways to give their skin a lift, add some shine to their hair and enhance their nails. But like everything else in health and wellness, there’s no one-size-fits all solution. Not everyone...
Skin microbiome may be the talk of the town in recent times, but founder of Aussie cosmetics brand Mary Grace, has warned against excessive use of “hype words”, as consumers could grow fatigue of the trend before it fully takes off.
The Australian Tea Tree Industry Association (ATTIA) has attempted to assure the cosmetics industry that it is doing its best to challenge the proposed classification of tea tree oil as a reproductive toxin.
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.
Sustainable programs and initiatives have become the cosmetics and personal beauty care product industry standard – but what are some of the most economically viable ways to implement these practices to best meet consumer demand? Our upcoming CosmeticsDesign...
CosmeticsDesign will kick off 2024 with a brand-new event exploring how the latest innovations and market trends will shape the future of the beauty and personal care industry and its next generation of consumers.
We reveal what it takes to achieve success in China’s cutthroat e-commerce space - from building a solid foundation to maintaining longevity - with exclusive insights from brands that have thrived in it, including Atelier Rebul, Evenswiss and G&M...