In a recent report, one of Procter & Gamble’s lead researchers has revealed what she considers to be the key differentiators between Asian and western beauty consumers, and explained how best to target consumers from the APAC region.
Luxury goods multinational LVMH has seen its travel retail business, DFS Group, maintained growth in the last year, despite having to absorb ‘significant cost containment’, due to a turbulent market in Asia.
The beauty technology segment has been picking up some speed of late and market analyst Kline confirms that creative and price-accessible devices from China have contributed to its record-breaking growth of nearly 15% globally.
With Korea boasting the world’s highest per capita usage of skin care and male grooming products, the in-cosmetics group expects the second edition of its personal care ingredients show in the country to attract over 4,000 visitors in 2016.
On the back of specialty chemicals provider Clariant further developing its ‘Secret Code of Beauty’ portfolio, we sat down to discuss how the brand’s investment in innovative technology is enabling it to provide more efficient ingredients.
In an exclusive interview at the in-cosmetics event in Hamburg, Beiersdorf R&D corporate director Andreas Clausen tells Cosmetics Design that conversing and sharing ideas with the industry is still leading to some key innovation.
The in-cosmetics Innovation Zone will give attendees the opportunity to gain an insight on the latest hair care developments. Take a look at the ingredients set to be showcased at the event next week, right here.
Traditionally cosmetics companies have adopted a ‘not invented here’ attitude, but big benefits can be gained from changing to a ‘proudly found elsewhere’ mindset and being open with external partners, says Beiersdorf’s head of research and development.
In-cosmetics organizers have announced the official shortlist for ten of the most innovative ingredients likely to influence the formulation of cosmetic products for the event's Innovation Zone’s Best Ingredient Award.
Specialty chemicals firm Evonik has strengthened its research and development efforts in Greater China as it looks to boost local innovation, by investing €18m in expanding its centre in Shanghai Xinzhuang.
The Innocosmetics event will open its doors in Berlin this October, aiming to highlight some of the key areas in industry innovation and product development, as well as focusing in on key high growth categories and market trends.