Significant opportunities exist for sustainable beauty development, from plastic-free and refillable packaging to circular raw materials, and the rethink must happen now, says Euromonitor International’s senior sustainability consultant.
Consumer demands for transparency will rise, activism will increase and the trend of living with less will continue – key trends brands must consider when developing future sustainable strategies, says Euromonitor International.
On Friday, the Paris-based contract development and manufacturing group announced that it has acquired a first US-based business. The deal is part of the ANJAC Health & Beauty Group’s strategy to do more business in cosmetics and skin care, expressly...
MAKING SENSE OF ‘FREE FROM’ COSMETIC CLAIMS GUIDANCE: PART II
Cosmetics companies making ‘free from’ claims on finished products must closely follow guidance on required criteria for substantiation, carefully considering honesty, fairness and safety, an expert says.
MAKING SENSE OF ‘FREE FROM’ COSMETIC CLAIMS GUIDANCE: PART I
German chemical major Evonik is partnering with the University of California San Diego’s Center for Microbiome Innovation (CMI) to research and develop cosmetic raw materials for a healthier skin microbiome.
There are unknown facts around the full impact Brexit will have on cosmetics regulation and compliance, but regulatory knowledge and harmonisation across the European Union must still be prioritised, says the president of Cosmetics Consultants Europe...
One of the best ways of measuring future industry trends and innovation is a trip to in-cosmetics Global, an event that shines a light on what the next generation of products will look like. But this year, pinpointing something truly new was hard to do.
The company Suvi Haimi and Laura Kyllönen founded in Finland in 2016 has been gaining accolades, winning awards, and making headlines while continuing to innovate for a plastic-free future. This year, Sulapac announced that its Universal Recipe material...