Lycored, a major player in the nutritional supplements industry, has been awarded for its study demonstrating how Lycopene-Rich Tomato Nutrition Complex (TNC) and lutein can protect against light radiation at a molecular level.
In this guest article, to mark the ongoing in-cosmetics Global show, Jamie Mills, Consumer Insight Analyst for GlobalData, reveals the firm’s latest insights on the important crossover between food and beauty.
Our latest CD Buzz highlights the not-to-miss bits at in-cosmetics Global 2017. When the doors open in London's Docklands next week there will be a focus on sustainability, a special feature on colour cosmetics, a packed educational programme and...
The count down to the first ever Cosmetics Design Beauty Industry Awards is well under way and there are now less than four weeks to go for the cut off date for submissions to the three regional competitions.
Gastronomia is a term in the beauty and personal care industry increasingly used to describe the intersection of food and beauty trends, and is particularly rising to prominence as part of the ongoing health and wellness focus.
The first submissions are coming in for the Beauty Industry Awards so you don't want to miss out on getting your own entries into this industry leading competition that will that highlight the very best in ingredients launches, indie beauty products...
Beauty from within never went away in Asia, but in Europe initial enthusiasm waned, while in the US it never really took off in a big way. So is the time now ripe for firms to be investing in the area again?
A team of researchers has shown the efficacy of specific collagen peptides to improve skin moisture and, for the first time, to prevent and reduce the fragmentation of the dermal collagen network, thus counteracting one of the hallmarks of skin ageing.
A herbal nutricosmetic drink is being launched in the UK utilising the amino acid-rich Himalyan herb, Moringa oleifeira, with the company involved saying it has overcome the 'horrible' taste of moringa.
Reserveage Organics, a company built first upon the benefits of the antioxidants found in wine grapes, is expanding rapidly into the beauty-from-within category, which founder Naomi Whittel says is finally taking off in the US.
According to Datamonitor Consumer, as the beauty from within segment evolves, cosmetic manufacturers are now focused on researching solutions to better meet consumer expectations and convince of a supplement's effectiveness.
Beauty claims are permissible under the EU nutrition and health claim regulation (NHCR) a European Commission committee has said in what an analyst says is a “first blessing” the EC may have taken from Italy’s stance on the matter.
After identifying significant growth opportunities across export markets and online, ‘Works with Water Nutraceuticals’ has completely revamped its skin supplement range in an effort to drive sales and brand awareness.
Sometimes cosmetics companies are exposed for misleading claims in adverts, but sometimes they can substantiate every single claim; this is an example of the latter as nutricosmetic maker Lifes2good prevailed having had an advert for its hair growth supplements...
As with years gone by, in-cosmetics is pleased to announce its Innovation Zone, showcasing the latest in creative inspiration, providing an area to catch up on all the latest products and exclusive show launches in one place. Here, we look at the beauty...
Compared to the likes of Asia and even Europe, the US has been a bit slower on the uptake of nutricosmetics; however the Eastern influence couple with the numerous launches of beauty drinks could change this.
Receiving sweets and perfume over the holiday season is no great surprise as they are two of the period’s bestsellers, but thanks to an exclusive distribution deal for a US-Bulgaria collaboration, consumers can now buy candy that incorporates body fragrance...
German fragrance and flavours house Symrise has just last night inked a deal with Swedish probiotics firm Probi to develop a stand-alone R&D project with oral probiotic supplements the most likely product out of the pipeline in 2014-2015.
New light is being shed on a compilation of research suggesting that a supplement traditionally used for joint pain and inflammation could aid in reducing the visible signs of ageing if taken orally in daily doses.
A US company making a beauty from within supplement containing a telomerase active ingredient is being put to the test over its marketing claims by a former employee who has taken out a global class action lawsuit.
Having been in the spotlight over skin health claims made, Swiss company Nutrilinks has now seen two of its claims regarding hair loss reduction and hair strength reinforcement rejected by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has rejected two health claims submitted by Nutrilinks Sarl that sought to link skin permeability barrier function and skin hydration to two different food constituents.