Clean and ethical has taken the food and nutrition world by storm, and following hot on its heels is beauty. The movement has been flourishing in cosmetics and personal care for some time now and will soar in due course, propelled by the continued and...
The beauty world will look very different in ten years, polarised by the push and pull between nature and technology and a consumer battle between digital connection and the desire to disconnect, says Mintel.
Next-generation in vitro safety assessments for cosmetics should see good uptake in coming years, receiving regulatory approvals and becoming industry standard within the next decade, suggests the director of science and research at Cosmetics Europe.
Friday in New York City, Cosmetic Executive Women hosted the 3rd annual Connected Consumer conference, bringing together more than 20 digital technology experts and 700+ attendees for a half-day of knowledge sharing and networking.
The social-selling beauty company took its popular paper brochure digital in 2018, introduced a mobile-first training solution for Avon representatives in May, and is now working with Fuse to create a digital education and communications platform for...
There’s a rising mountain of digital beauty consumers that will snowball in size and influence in coming years, and brands and retailers that understand their needs will be in a strong position for future growth, says Euromonitor International.
Cosmetics Consultants Europe (CCE) will launch a training programme with Germany’s RWTH Aachen University next year that it says should guide the next generation of safety assessors through rising demands of the fast-evolving cosmetics world.
YouTube’s augmented reality (AR) try-on tool is a powerful way for the beauty industry to tell richer, more engaging stories and better connect with consumers, says Google’s head of product commercialisation.