If the beauty industry wants to create real change it needs to shift how it defines its moving parts, and thinking of beauty consumers as beauty citizens could be the first step, says the chair of the B Corp Beauty Coalition supervisory board.
Check out our recap of the most-read beauty and personal care stories of November 2022 – featuring LG H&H woes in China, Kao's impending price hikes, the potential of African traditional oils, and more.
In our round-up of the recent trend developments in the Asia Pacific beauty and personal care market, we feature ‘endemic beauty’ trends in Japan, curly hair demand in India, the potential of Sing Beauty and more.
Launchmetrics thinks so. The data analytics company launched a new brand decisioning platform today called Insights by Launchmetrics that promises to help beauty brands spend smarter on marketing as well as to compare and contrast a beauty brand’s performance...
Ahead of next week’s in-cosmetics Asia three-day showcase, we caught up with Nicole Fall, Founder of Asian Consumer Intelligence, to examine how the natural trend is being shaped by demands for simple natural items and clear labelling requirements.
Here, Cosmetics Design catches up with Dr. Fred Zulli, managing director of Mibelle Biochemistry, to find out how the Switzerland-based biotechnology ingredients provider is planning on increasing its footprint in the vast market.
Having been linked with a toddler’s death in Victoria and a number of other cases of illness in young children, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is alerting consumers that Mountain View Farm Organic Bath Milk has been recalled.
Innovative technologies and products have revolutionised the hair straightening category and made it one of the most dynamic hair care categories, driven by demand for hair control and lifestyle changes.
As Datamonitor finds Chinese consumer lifestyles to have hardly been dented by the recession, its analysts say there are key steps international brands can take to properly cater to the country’s ‘market of contrasts’.