Diversification and multifunctional ingredients present skin care and personal care manufacturers with fruitful opportunities to formulate new natural active ingredients, Frost & Sullivan's Visionary Science team reveals.
As healthy lifestyles positively influence the rise in the natural active ingredient segment, marketing promotions, next generation materials, and leading Asia-Pacific (APAC) regions are all contributing to its growth.
This is the question in-cosmetics Asia 2016’s New Spotlight On feature will examine when it will display a range of anti-pollution products and the latest innovative ingredients helping to redress the topic.
Solabia has announced it is to unveil new pre- and pro-biotic active ingredients that the company says have been specifically developed to treat acne, atopic dermatitis and sensitive skin at this year’s in-cosmetics event in Barcelona next month.
The cosmetic division at Fenchem has launched ‘Wound Healing Essence’, a new active formula from flower extracts that is said to be extremely effective on the treatment of wounds, sunburn and even acne, according to the China-based company.
France-based ingredients company Soliance says that the integration
of the Acorane and Somaig companies is proving to be a logical step
towards increasing innovation in its active ingredients, reports
Atrium this week announced its full acquisition of active
ingredient supplier Siricie. The €1.6 million cash deal
demonstrates the trend of biotechnology companies moving further
towards novel products.