Vedix, a brand from India, is giving traditional Ayurveda formulations a modern twist by making them into new dosage formats and adding ingredients which can act synergistically with the age-old formulas.
As news filters through of the world's first dairy-free microalgae-based milk alternative, the product is an example of how far this plant-based food has impacted the food and nutrition industry of late.
In this episode of Beauty Broadcast, we are exploring the huge potential stress-relieving adaptogens have in beauty as concerns for health and wellness mount during the pandemic, with expert insights from Mibelle Biochemistry and Pretti5.
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The cosmetics industry has significantly advanced in active ingredients and skin delivery systems over recent decades, but international standards and regulations are required as novel technologies continue to evolve, say researchers.
Interest in topical and ingestible beauty products that support and even boost immunity is gaining traction, but what science can back up product developments and how much growth potential is there really in this space?
India-based personalised beauty and lifestyle company Vedix is gearing up to make its overseas debut in the Middle East and the US, believing it is well-positioned to tap into trends in self-care and wellness.
A round-up of CosmeticsDesign-Europe’s most-read news from April 2021 shows interest in CBD innovation from Colgate-Palmolive and future opportunities in cannabinoids, an eco-startup on a mission to make powdered personal care the norm, and expert insight...
German beauty gummy brand IvyBears has established its Asia headquarters in Singapore to boost business and distribution in Asia-Pacific and North Africa, on the back of its first regional launches in Hong Kong, Thailand, the Philippines and China last...
The market for collagen peptide products are still a long way from their peak, a new report suggests as it cites probiotics and omega 3’s developmental paths as evidence that collagen’s product lifecycle is still at a very early stage.