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Our in-cosmetics Global round up: the Europe perspective

27-Apr-2017 - The start of this month saw London play host to this year’s edition of in-cosmetics Global, a leading industry trade show bringing together professionals from across the supply chain. Here, we review the highlights from the European region.

How to engage with the trade press: top tips revealed

27-Apr-2017 - At the recent in-cosmetics Global tradeshow, CosmeticsDesign presented a workshop on how to engage with the B2B press. Here, we reveal the highlights.

What are the trends to watch? Devices, DIY, bathing and men’s, Google says

27-Apr-2017 - Google has compiled data to curate a beauty trends report. Here, we take a look at its top predictions for the period ahead: devices, DIY, bathing and male grooming.

IMCD opens first personal care applications lab in the US

26-Apr-2017 - The Netherlands – based specialty chemical supplier announced this week the opening of its newest facility, a laboratory equipped to deliver formulations, testing, and more to clients in the US. And this lab is just the beginning of what IMCD has planned for the region.

How blue and infrared light affects the skin: the future of the antipollution beauty?

26-Apr-2017 - The impact of infrared and blue light (from screens) on the skin is an area that the anti-pollution trend is tipped to move into next: we ask an expert about its potential.

Beauty ingredients: Google on global cross-market trends

26-Apr-2017 - Google has revealed its insight into some of the major trends defining beauty and personal care ingredients: we take a look the internet giant’s findings.

Organic beauty: trust and labelling in focus

26-Apr-2017 - Organic beauty hit the headlines in the UK this week, as the Soil Association released a report suggesting that consumers are being misled by current labelling on products.

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Coming clean: how to respond to product claims scrutiny

25-Apr-2017 - Regulatory authorities are taking seriously certain claims about cosmetics products, and companies must ensure compliance while also remaining competitive, says Caroline Cardoso, head of cosmetics at ProductLife Group.

Masks and masking: Google on global cross-market trends

25-Apr-2017 - Google has emphasised that masking is increasingly a dominant, global trend: we take a closer look at the internet giant’s findings on the segment.

Unilever: do first quarter results suggest it can continue solo?

25-Apr-2017 - With the multinational consumer goods giant recent first quarter results revealing an unexpected boost to sales growth, commentators suggest it’s a sign Unilever can go it alone.

Anti-pollution is massive but complicated. Here’s why

21-Apr-2017 - The anti-pollution trend is possibly one of the hottest topics in the beauty industry right now, but as it continues to boom its evolution is far from being clear cut.

DSM launches focus on different aspects of skin care

21-Apr-2017 - Cosmetics Design caught up with DSM's new head of marketing and innovation to find out about the company's new skin care launches, which focus on taking UV filters to the next level, a new active ingredient and a concept targeting blue light. 

Phenotyping: the future of customised beauty?

21-Apr-2017 - Sagentia, a technology and product development services company, has released a white paper that suggests phenotyping will shape the future of customised beauty.

New DNA-based technology ensures formulation integrity

20-Apr-2017 - At the recent in-cosmetics Global, we caught up with Barbara Brockway, who explained about how the latest technology from Applied DNA Sciences can be used to ensure formulation integrity throughout the supply chain. Brockway is director of personal care for the high technology company. 

Google reveals spotlight trends for three key regions

20-Apr-2017 - Google has compiled data to curate a beauty trends report that identifies and compares consumer habits and demands across three key global markets: the US, France and Japan.

Anti-pollution claims: How R&D-backed packaging is influencing consumers

19-Apr-2017 - The huge anti-pollution trend started off in the Asia Pacific region, where markets such as China, Korea and Japan continue to be the main source of innovation and a constantly diversifying product pipeline. But the buzz comes with a warning: over-saturation!

J&J Innovaton picks its top beauty startup: biotech wins out

19-Apr-2017 - Johnson & Johnson Innovation recently held a pitching competition for beauty startups, and selected a biotech company as its winner.

BIA Best Indie Beauty Brand winner Nannette De Gaspé in conversation with Cosmetics Design

19-Apr-2017 - Earlier this month at in-cosmetics global in London, Cosmetics Design celebrated the winners of this year’s Beauty Industry Awards, among the honorees were Nannette De Gaspé Beaubien, founder of the 2017 Best Indie Beauty Brand. Here she speaks with Cosmetics Design senior correspondent Deanna Utroske about her company’s signature skin care product, her approach to indie beauty, what’s coming next from the brand, and much more.

L’Oréal announces strong first quarter sales, thanks to premium brands

19-Apr-2017 - In results that accord with recent industry research, L’Oréal’s start of the year has been bolstered by a strong performance from its luxury brands, while its mass-market products were slower.

Oil production innovation: potential to change the industry?

18-Apr-2017 - Olixol, a plant culturing and research company, has announced the launch of ‘pioneering’ technology that enables the scalable production of pure, natural oils from plant cells.

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