To find out more about the state of animal testing in Brazil, Cosmetics Design USA spoke with Dr. Gavin Maxwell, safety science advocacy lead at Unilever’s Safety & Environmental Assurance Centre, who discusses how progress is being made towards non-animal...
In its efforts to further penetrate the US cosmetics and personal care product markets, internationalization project Beautycare Brazil enjoyed a successful first year at NYSCC Suppliers’ Day that topped over $1 million in international sales.
Special Edition: ETHICAL BEAUTY – VEGANISM, CRUELTY-FREE AND PLANETARY GOOD
Cosmetics companies are aware and invested in sustainable action, but more can be done to drive better beauty consumption and take a more holistic approach, according to findings in Brazil that offer wider valuable learnings, say researchers.
Apoena Biotech is the first ever Brazilian biotechnology beauty ingredients company in the country, but company executives have bigger ambitions as they line the business up to be a major international supplier.
In recent weeks media reports of forest fires in the Brazilian Amazon have put a question mark over the sustainable sourcing of ingredients there, but here we reveal how some of the biggest players are continuing to deliver on their sustainability pledges.
The direst-sales cosmetics and personal care company announced late last week the addition of another Latin American country to its territory. As competitor brands in the channel leverage various strategies to gain new relevance in the global market place,...
Beraca got the attention of formulation professionals at the recent in-cosmetics Latin America event with the launch of a hair smoothing ingredient that is sourced from the Amazon. The company's research and development expert Juliana Tibero Checon...
Natura Cosmetics and Symrise Amazon have obtained a UEBT certification for a total of 40 natural ingredients from the Amazon attesting that the ingredients are ethically sourced from 14 supplier communities based in the Brazilian Amazon.
Beraca has paved the way in sourcing natural cosmetics ingredients from the Amazon, but with new regulation being introduced to encourage research and development while preserving the biodiversity, we asked the company's head of sustainability what...
Hair care is an integral part of almost every Brazilian's daily personal care routine. In this exclusive interview, Euromonitor market research specialist Marcela Viana explains about the culture of this category, the landscape and what is driving...
In less than two weeks in-cosmetics Barcelona 2015 will be underway representing the 25th year the show has been running and the organisers, Reed Exhibitions, believe it is kicking off another record breaking year for their flagship personal care portfolio.
The European personal care event, in-cosmetics, returns to Germany next year promising to celebrate the year of collaboration between Germany and Brazil with a special country focus on South America’s dynamic market.
With beauty retailer Sephora entering the Brazil market, and the rise of the internet giving reach to more consumers than ever before, Brazil could become a premium fragrance market for the future, according to Euromonitor.
For the third year in succession the Brazilian hair care market has displayed the strongest incremental growth globally and shows no signs of letting up, as some of the industry’s key players take an active interest in the market.
Filipe Sabará, business director at Brazilian natural and organic ingredients supplier Beraca, spoke to CosmeticsDesign about the importance of transparency in ethical sourcing approaches ahead of a presentation he is giving at the Sustainable Cosmetics...
Consumer awareness of biodiversity continues to grow making it an issue the beauty industry cannot ignore, according to the Union for Ethical BioTrade (UEBT), whose upcoming conference will focus on the subject.
Companies looking to invest in the Brazil market need to communicate clearly on ingredients sourcing policies and the way their businesses affect biodiversity, as the market is particularly concerned by the issues.
The organisers of this year's In-Cosmetics event claim that show
attendance rose 67 per cent in the first two days compared to last
year's event in Berlin - figures that were confirmed by the throngs
of people buzzing around...
Brazilian direct sales cosmetics player Natura is benefiting from a
booming domestic economy and renewed vigor for all things cosmetic,
having announced a big increase in its end of year sales and
Euromonitor has published a timely report on the Brazilian
cosmetics and toiletries industry as Natura Cosmeticos prepares to
list on the Novo Mercado in the country's first IPO in more than
two years, writes Louise Sheridan.