The Indian personal care business is set to hit the $1 bn (€815.2 mn) revenue mark by March 2018, largely prompted by the positive performance of its leading domestic names and investment in the Chinese market.
Advanced technologies that utilise machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are making their way into cosmetics and personal care brands’ online stores and physical shelves, and into the homes of consumers.
We spoke to Sharon Kwek, Senior Innovation and Insights Analyst, beauty and personal care, Mintel about how brands can harvest natural ingredients to protect and preserve sources in their nearby environment.
Biotech is helping to revolutionise the formulation of cosmetic and personal care products, with huge leaps in the technology serving to enhance product efficacy, reduce costs and lowering the impact on the environment.
As the personal care industry is gearing up for new product releases in 2018, we spoke to Kunal Mahajan, Project Manager for Chemicals and Energy, Kline, about what is set to prove a hit with consumers.
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.
We continued exploring the changing personal care space with Mário Braz de Matos and Joël Céré of Flying Fish Lab to delve into the opportunities available for SMEs and ask what the future of personal care innovation has in store.
Market research agency, Mintel, reveals how urban Chinese consumers are more selective spenders in 2017, so we caught up with Laurel Gu, Research Director, and Jessica Jin, Associate Beauty Director to find out why this is and the impact this is likely...