5. Natural & Organic Products Europe survey reveals top industry trends
The organisers of the Natural & Organic Products event have revealed the results of a survey asking influencers and industry innovators to reveal their top trends for the year ahead.
CBD oil, hemp, zero waste to landfill, and plastics alternatives were picked out by the survey, and our full report on these can be found here.
4. Halal beauty: going mainstream across Europe
With halal beauty a rising focus for brands, formulators and ingredients suppliers alike, we spoke to companies working in the space to find out why the trend is rising, and how they are responding, in this special feature.
The global halal cosmetics market is predicted to grow from $16bn in 2015 to $52bn by 2025, according to a report by Grand View Research (2017). With exclusive insights from ingredient supplier Croda and independent beauty brands PHB Ethical Beauty, we uncover the story behind the rising trend in our report.
3. Top predictions for sustainable cosmetics in 2019
Ecovia Intelligence has revealed its picks for the top trends and drivers set to define sustainable beauty and personal care in the coming year.
From multinationals launching natural & ethical lines, to sustainable sourcing, ethical labels and clean beauty, our report into the research firm’s predictions reveals all. It can be read in full here.
2. Fragrance trends for the EMEA region in 2019
Bell Flavors & Fragrances has revealed four big predictions for fragrance trends this year: rediscovering France, hemp revamped, a little luxury in everyday, and ‘living coral’. Read our report delving into these predictions here.
1. Microbiome trend takes center stage for Cosmetics Design
The microbiome trend has taken the industry by storm and Cosmetics Design is homing in on it with two dedicated features.
We are devoting a dedicated ingredient category for this year’s Beauty Industry Awards to the trend, and are hosting two-day conference program dedicated to the topic for our inaugural Cosmetics Design Summit.
The Best Skin Microbiome Brand category invites any brand on the market with microbiome claims to enter the competition to determine the best product on the market, according to our panel of carefully chosen judges. The awards close for entries soon, so apply today.
You can find out more and register HERE to join us at the Cosmetics Design Summit 2019: Skin Microbiome Innovation, which is sponsored by DSM and Givaudan (Diamond sponsors); Solabia, BASF and Sabinsa (Platinum sponsors); and Indena and Atlantia (Gold sponsors).