Supplements containing colourless carotenoids offer promise as a dietary intervention for photoprotection and wider skin health at a time when consumers are increasingly turning to inside-out strategies, finds a review.
Special Edition: Inside-Out Beauty – Science And Product Innovation
As the lines continue to blur between beauty and wellness products, Cosmetics Design-USA caught up with Neutrogena’s team of experts at CES about its innovative collaboration with UK-based wellness brand Nourished.
Menopause is shifting out of taboo and into the spotlight as women worldwide seek a deeper understanding on changes during this time, carving out plenty of opportunity for beauty and wellness industries to support, educate and empower.
A round-up of CosmeticsDesign-Europe’s most-read news from August 2022 shows interest in why consumers take collagen supplements, Colgate-Palmolive’s patent on an AI oral health care device, WGSN research on consumer thinking around preservatives, and...
UK-based skin wellness startup Forest Spa Finland has developed a supplement and face serum from a blend of Nordic-sourced adaptogens, both designed to improve overall skin immunity and health from the inside and out, its founder says.
Special Edition: INSIDE-OUT BEAUTY – THE RISE OF EDIBLES AND FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS
UK indie brand Beauty Kitchen has unveiled its latest business venture Vitamin Kitchen – a vegan vitamin gummies brand that it will soon expand to include products containing microalgae and marine extracts; part of a larger goal to offer complementary...
Special edition: Holistic Health & Wellness – Formulating for wellbeing and anti-ageing
National lockdowns and social distancing measures during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis have forced consumers to consider internal health and wellbeing more carefully, propelling greater expectations from beauty than before, says GlobalData.
A deep dive into CosmeticsDesign’s Skin Microbiome Webinar
French beauty supplement firm D+ For Care has launched a mouth spray to aid sleep and has a flurry of holistic wellbeing innovation primed for 2020 – the year nutricosmetics could really take off, its founder says.
Marine-derived collagen continues to gain significant scientific attention, given its sustainable and versatile attributes, but interest for use beyond topical cosmetics is bubbling fast, say researchers.
The agricultural processing company has completed a clinical study, recently accepted for publication in the international peer-reviewed journal Acta Dermato-Venereologica (which covers the fields of dermatology and venereology) that shows ingestible...