As China proposes to introduce two new non-animal alternative testing methods, we ask Troy Seidle, Vice President, Humane Society International (HSI), whether China is embracing talks and moves to adopt alternative options.
Following China’s National Institutes for Food and Drug Control (NIFDC) published bulletin on the potential adoption of two non-animal methods of cosmetics testing, we spoke to Troy Seidle, Senior Director, Research & Toxicology Department, Humane...
As the field of “medical beauty” strengthens, we continue to talk to skin care and beauty salon, and Tongji University partner, Chlitina, and look at how this industry is gathering supporters and overcoming the strict regulatory environment.
While the 2017 RTG Consulting Brand Relevance report highlights the success of powerhouse global beauty and personal care brands, it also reveals their growing competition from local homegrown Chinese names.
As sales have slumped over the last fiscal year due to the THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) disruption, the Hong Kong cosmetics retailing name is moving outside its domestic market to new areas.
As the Chinese government pushes ahead with its Made in China 2025 strategy, Euromonitor International reports the leading APAC cosmetics market is set to overtake Germany for the position of top Industry 4.0 implementer.
As China remains a dominant make up producer, particularly in areas of innovation such as lip care, the next ten years are expected to bring increased overseas investment, governmental backing and worldwide business opportunities.