The cosmetics industry has significantly advanced in active ingredients and skin delivery systems over recent decades, but international standards and regulations are required as novel technologies continue to evolve, say researchers.
Demands for natural, organic and effective beauty products developed for acne-prone and blemished skin are rising fast, particularly with the onset of COVID-19 and prolonged mask-wearing causing flare-ups, says the founder of French beauty brand Lady...
Special Edition: Active skin care - protection and healing in a post-COVID world
Cell culture biotech startup Avant has launched a multifunctional protein for the active beauty market made from cultivated fish cells – an ingredient it says will carve out an entirely new segment in anti-ageing and protective skin care.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has thrust hand care into the spotlight and beauty brands ought to focus product development on multi-hybrids with aromas and active ingredients that protect and inspire wellness, says WGSN.
This is the question in-cosmetics Asia 2016’s New Spotlight On feature will examine when it will display a range of anti-pollution products and the latest innovative ingredients helping to redress the topic.
French ingredient supplier SEPPIC claims to have developed the world’s first technology to cultivate macroalgal cells in the laboratory in order to propose active ingredients for cosmetics, in the form its Celebrity biotechnology.
Fine chemicals provider Biosil Technologies is targeting expansion into the North American market after securing a distribution deal that will see its portfolio of active ingredients expanded into the Canada market.
Solabia has announced it is to unveil new pre- and pro-biotic active ingredients that the company says have been specifically developed to treat acne, atopic dermatitis and sensitive skin at this year’s in-cosmetics event in Barcelona next month.
Ensuring the delivery of active ingredients for wash-off products
has always proved challenging because they do just that - wash off.
That is until the introduction of a new delivery platform designed
to retain active ingredients...
Brazilian naturals supplier Beraca has launched a completely
natural revitalization hair treatment. Rich in active ingredients
it is said to have intensive moisturisation and regenerative
properties and should home in on the growing...
The Care Specialties division of Germany-based Degussa has been
awarded the 2005 Frost & Sullivan Product Line Strategy
Leadership Award for its product portfolio of active ingredients to
the cosmetics industry, reports Simon...
France-based ingredients company Soliance says that the integration
of the Acorane and Somaig companies is proving to be a logical step
towards increasing innovation in its active ingredients, reports
Although the market for active ingredients in the personal care
industry remains extremely small, a new report reveals that the
need for innovative ingredients has led actives suppliers to focus
in on a range of core products, reports...
During InCosmetics 2004 in Milan last week, Pentapharm - a Swiss
supplier of naturally derived active ingredients - presented its
new anti-ageing products. Its Pepha-nutrix and Pepha-tight actives
are claimed to help strengthen the...
Demand for cosmetic and toiletry chemicals is to increase 5 per
cent a year to $6.8 billion in 2008, reports a new US study.
Advances will be driven by the growing use of active ingredients
designed to enhance appearance and counter...
Atrium this week announced its full acquisition of active
ingredient supplier Siricie. The €1.6 million cash deal
demonstrates the trend of biotechnology companies moving further
towards novel products.