Beauty 4.0 will see smart, sustainable and ultra-personalised devices and formulations come to the fore, as industry shifts thinking and priorities towards improved user experience and planetary good, says Mike Webster, director of 3D structure and experience...
Convenience has surged to the forefront of shopping priorities in health and beauty as lockdown measures and social distancing continue during COVID-19, but opportunities remain to offer something beyond the traditional product assortment, says a senior...
Personal care major Johnson & Johnson has reported a dip in full-year earnings for 2020 despite a sales lift for the last quarter but says it remains confident in the company’s broad-based strengths moving into 2021.
The French Federation for Beauty Companies (FEBEA) says its recently developed digital app Claire will help industry professionals provide consumers with clear and concise ingredient information – ever more important given digital and social trends.
Shiseido has developed new technology to reduce the use of UV filters – such as titanium oxide and zinc oxide – to improve texture and white cast issues without compromising the strength of UV protection.
Personal care giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) has reported a net sales rise for its second quarter (Q2) of fiscal 2021, continuing its upwards trajectory globally despite challenges associated with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Special edition: Holistic Health & Wellness – Formulating for wellbeing and anti-ageing
In this episode of Beauty Broadcast we dive into the hand care category with B&B Labs and Corum to discuss how COVID-19 has influenced the category and its chances of continuing to thrive post-pandemic
There are an exponentially growing number of commercialised active cosmetic ingredients made from plant cell culture technologies that address rising sustainability concerns around energy, carbon and water footprints, say researchers.
British pharma company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) are to pair up with Eligo Bioscience in a deal potentially worth €185m ($224m) that sees the firms target the microbiome to reduce the risk of developing acne.
STATE OF THE INDUSTRY PART II: REFLECTING ON WHAT’S TO COME IN 2021
The European Green Deal will be the biggest policy challenge for the cosmetics and personal care industry in 2021, but industry must also focus on upcoming change around microplastics and digital services, says the director-general of Cosmetics Europe.
The British beauty industry has secured formal, sector-specific representation within the UK government’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) – a move industry leaders says finally gives the sector the spotlight it deserves.