Consumer interest in topical probiotic cosmetics is rising, presenting opportunity to target niche skin conditions and push hard science before establishing relevance in the wider wellness market, an expert says.
Concerns over the disinfectant quality of hydroalcoholic products made by beauty firms to plug shortages during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis are completely unfounded and have created a false controversy, says the French Cosmetics Association...
Marine-derived collagen continues to gain significant scientific attention, given its sustainable and versatile attributes, but interest for use beyond topical cosmetics is bubbling fast, say researchers.
A compilation of CosmeticsDesign-Europe’s most-read news from March 2020 shows interest in scientific and brand innovation, as well as the ongoing industry response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Certain Latin American plants listed in the European Commission’s cosmetic ingredient database CosIng are rich in antioxidants or have protective properties, presenting promise for beauty innovation, say researchers.
The French Federation for Beauty Companies (FEBEA) will mobilise its network to ramp up production of hygiene and hydroalcoholic products, following calls from the Ministry of Health to assist amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.