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Topical treatment offers safer tanning

Topical treatment offers safer tanning

By Simon Pitman

Scientists at the Harvard Medical School say they have developed a way of increasing skin pigmentation in levels using a topically applied compound.

Tune in to our probiotics skin care webinar  – June 21st

Tune in to our probiotics skin care webinar – June 21st

By Simon Pitman

As part of our seventh annual edition of the Skincare Ingredients online conference, we are bringing you a carefully curated discussion panel to shine the spotlight on the fast evolving probiotic trend.

Anti pollution in hair care and colour cosmetics

Anti-pollution breaks into hair care and colour cosmetics

By Natasha Spencer

With the effects of pollution remaining a prominent concern for conscious consumers, we ask Sharon Kwek, Senior Innovation and Insights Analyst, Beauty and Personal Care at Mintel, how companies are maximising innovation to achieve industry longevity.

Will new DSM data on facial hydration disrupt the skin care category?

Will new DSM data on facial hydration disrupt the skin care category?

By Deanna Utroske

The beauty care ingredients maker has completed a skin moisture mapping study and is taking their findings public in a big way—on The Lifetime TV Network, a move that’s sure to get the attention of millions of US consumers and reverberate throughout the...

DSM launches focus on different aspects of skin care

DSM launches focus on different aspects of skin care

By Simon Pitman

Cosmetics Design caught up with DSM's new head of marketing and innovation to find out about the company's new skin care launches, which focus on taking UV filters to the next level, a new active ingredient and a concept targeting blue light. 

Indie Beauty Profile Katya Hegg Lyeska skincare

Indie Beauty Profile

Katya Hegg, Lyeska skincare

By …as told to Deanna Utroske

In her Indie Beauty Profile, Katya Hegg, founder of Lyeska skincare runs through the distinctive benefits of her company’s signature ingredient and sheds light onto just how nuanced niche beauty brands can be.

image courtesy of OleHenriksen

Nordic beauty brand OleHenriksen relaunches

By Deanna Utroske

“With the brand relaunch, it’s now easier than ever to achieve the Ole Glow and become your own skincare expert,” says the brand’s namesake. Henricksen also believes that the update has made the brand more elegant and discoverable.

Norwegian skin care player set for decisive expansion

Norwegian skin care player set for decisive expansion

By Lucy Whitehouse

Aqua Bio Technology (ABT), a Norwegian skin care player, is making a decisive effort to expand its operations from being primarily an ingredients supplier for the industry, to also include the marketing and sales of third party products.

Top cosmetics trends in 2017

Institute of Personal Care Science: Top trends in 2017

By Natasha Spencer

As big brands focus on their new year strategies and development plans, we take a look at the Institute of Personal Care Science ’s projected trends and how they are set to transform the industry in 2017.

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