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Ayurvedic beauty in India part I: Mindfulness and wellbeing

By Natasha Spencer

With Ayurvedic beauty appearing as a core marketing message in India, we asked Joanna Chan, Research Analyst at Euromonitor International why this trend is taking off and how it is expected to develop.

World Collagen Conference heads for London

World Collagen Conference heads for London

By Lucy Whitehouse

The World Collagen Conference is gearing up for its 2017 edition, with organisers calling it the one and only global collagen event this year.

Trend Spotting: Ayurvedic beauty

Trend Spotting: Ayurvedic beauty

By Deanna Utroske

The wellness and natural trends are getting more nuanced. As a result, both brands and consumers can be more selective about such products. And, it’s in this market climate that there is space for systems of practice like Ayurveda to gain traction in...

image courtesy of Nestlé Skin Health

Cetaphil marks 70-year brand anniversary

By Deanna Utroske

The Nestlé Skin Health product line got its start in 1947, has expanded over the years to include cleansers, moisturizers, and sun care. And, now the global brand has plans to reach even more consumers around the world.

Skin supplement company’s UV protection study wins award

Skin supplement company’s UV protection study wins award

By Lucy Whitehouse

Lycored, a major player in the nutritional supplements industry, has been awarded for its study demonstrating how Lycopene-Rich Tomato Nutrition Complex (TNC) and lutein can protect against light radiation at a molecular level.

Indie Beauty Profile Natasha Samardzic Folium Medica

Indie Beauty Profile

Natasha Samardzic, Folium Medica

By …as told to Deanna Utroske

In her Indie Beauty Profile, Natasha Samardzic, founder of Folium Medica, shares insight into the market niche she’s found where wellness and beauty intersect and on how carefully her company sources phytomedicinal ingredients.

Ashland taps into epigenetics to target skin care pollution

Ashland taps into epigenetics to target skin care pollution

By Simon Pitman

The Cosmetics Design team caught up with Joel Mantelin, global marketing manager, biofunctionals at Ashland Specialty Ingredients, to find out how epigenetics is playing an increasingly important role in the company's research and development focus...

Essentra acquires US packaging company Clondalkin

Essentra acquires US packaging company Clondalkin

By Simon Pitman

UK-based packaging provider has acquired Clondalkin Group’s specialist packaging division, giving it a broadened footprint in the personal care, health care and pharmaceutical categories.

Scientific skin care holds vast opportunity

Scientific skin care holds vast opportunity

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

Scientific skin care holds a great opportunity for beauty manufacturers as it merges the cosmetics industry with the medical industry, and the segment is tipped for growth.

Beiersdorf reveals new company logo

Beiersdorf reveals new company logo

Nivea skin care maker Beiersdorf announces a new company logo replacing the former one which was part of the company for 35 years.

AAD identifies 5 unnecessary skin care treatments

AAD identifies 5 unnecessary skin care treatments

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

The American Academy of Dermatology has identified five recommendations about treatments, tests, and procedures related to skin health and care that consumers may not need.

Women turn to skin care products not surgery to look young

Women turn to skin care products not surgery to look young

By Andrew McDougall

Women in the UK are more likely to turn to skin care and anti-ageing products than cosmetic surgery in order to maintain a youthful appearance and this is having a very positive effect on skin care sales.

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