Indonesia's recent trade regulation calling for the separation of social media and e-commerce poses a significant challenge to the pursuit of an integrated social commerce journey, especially for SME brands in the beauty space and beyond.
The dupe beauty trend is playing out throughout the beauty industry, and according to the latest survey results from market intelligence player Mintel, it is having a favorable impact on more affordable makeup brands.
Experts spanning major brands, consultancies, data providers and associations are preparing to share their exclusive insights on APAC's booming beauty-from-within category at a free interactive broadcast hosted by NutraIngredients-Asia and CosmeticsDesign-Asia.
Carole Gherardi, Market Segment Lead for Personal Care at IFF, and Maider Gutierrez, Global Health Category Leader at IFF, reveal more about the evolution of this market and new opportunities for brands.
Fragrance discovery is all about hooking consumers with imaginative and creative sampling ideas. The latest research from market intelligence provider Mintel suggests that getting this formula right is key to consumers engaging in in-store experimentation...
French beauty giant L’Oréal claims social commerce acceleration across South Asia Pacific, Middle East and North Africa region (SAPMENA) is a major opportunity for growth, with the firm livestreaming for up to 21 hours a day across several key brands.
Cross-Border Commerce Europe has just released its 'Top 250 Fashion & Beauty Retail Europe' report, which ranks the top online fashion and beauty retailers and marketplaces across the EU, UK, Switzerland and Norway.
A new PowerReviews survey focusing on beauty consumer trends underscores how the spending patterns of some consumers groups are still showing an upward trajectory, despite many household budgets continuing to be squeezed in the last couple of years.
A recent study by DTC ecommerce data company ESW stresses how Millennial and Gen Z consumers are willing to explore international destinations, but will still stop short if the price tag is considered to be too high or a brand is not being truly authentic.
We spoke to Symrise’s Director of Microbiology Research, Steffen Nordzieke, about the company's latest research in the microbiome of underarm sweat, which he unveiled at last week’s IFSCC conference in Barcelona.
To find out more about the state of animal testing in Brazil, Cosmetics Design USA spoke with Dr. Gavin Maxwell, safety science advocacy lead at Unilever’s Safety & Environmental Assurance Centre, who discusses how progress is being made towards non-animal...
We spoke to COO at Down Under Enterprises and Chair of the Australian Tea Tree Industry Association, Phillip Prather, about the latest developments for this ancient ingredient, which was discovered by the indigenous Bundjalung people.