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Estée Lauder Companies shares sustainability best practices, part 1

25-Apr-2017 - Ahead of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit in New York City this May, Cosmetics Design connected with Nancy Mahon, senior vice president of global corporate citizenship and sustainability at The Estée Lauder Companies, to find out how the multinational beauty company manages sustainability. Part 1 of our Q&A is all about creating value through sustainability.

Rising cosmetics, fragrance, and personal care leaders honored with CEW Top Talent Awards

25-Apr-2017 - Cosmetic Executive Women president Carlotta Jacobson calls the seven mid-career women who received the award this year, “the future of our industry.” The 2017 winners come from L’Oréal Paris, Sephora, Tom Ford Beauty, Rodan + Fields, and more.

Pat Schneider accepts CEO role at Biova

24-Apr-2017 - The privately held natural skin care ingredient maker announced the new appointment just this week and is looking forward to advancing its market position under her leadership.

Indie Beauty Profile

Naa-Sakle Akuete, Eu’Genia Shea

24-Apr-2017 - In her Indie Beauty Profile, Naa-Sakle Akuete, CEO of Eu’Genia Shea, explains how an indie brand can deliver supply chain transparency and ingredient purity that rivals much larger corporate brands and why asking for help is never a bad idea.

Anti-pollution is massive but complicated. Here’s why

21-Apr-2017 - The anti-pollution trend is possibly one of the hottest topics in the beauty industry right now, but as it continues to boom its evolution is far from being clear cut.

At L’Oréal, it’s full speed ahead on sustainability

20-Apr-2017 - This Saturday is Earth Day, a global celebration that brings attention to environmental protection needs and initiatives. To coincide with the event, L’Oréal has release its 2016 progress report on the company’s sustainability efforts—known collectively as Sharing Beauty with All.

Indie Beauty Expo is headed to Dallas, Texas

20-Apr-2017 - The premier cosmetics and personal care industry event for startups and independent brands has expanded to include a full three-day show in culturally and commercially vibrant northern Texas. Opening May 9th, IBE has something for everyone: entrepreneurs, press, consumers, and professionals.  

Anti-pollution claims: How R&D-backed packaging is influencing consumers

19-Apr-2017 - The huge anti-pollution trend started off in the Asia Pacific region, where markets such as China, Korea and Japan continue to be the main source of innovation and a constantly diversifying product pipeline. But the buzz comes with a warning: over-saturation!

Can sustainable beauty come to terms with cosmetics and personal care packaging waste?

19-Apr-2017 - In the run up to this year’s Sustainable Cosmetics Summit in New York City, Cosmetics Design checked in with speaker Scott Cassel of the Product Stewardship Institute to find out what beauty brands can do better when it comes to post-consumer waste.

Johnson & Johnson at work on new antibacterial skin care

19-Apr-2017 - The personal care maker has teamed up with a company that specializes in solving bacterial problems. And the partnership is on track to develop at least one commercially viable skin care product.

BIA Best Indie Beauty Brand winner Nannette De Gaspé in conversation with Cosmetics Design

19-Apr-2017 - Earlier this month at in-cosmetics global in London, Cosmetics Design celebrated the winners of this year’s Beauty Industry Awards, among the honorees were Nannette De Gaspé Beaubien, founder of the 2017 Best Indie Beauty Brand. Here she speaks with Cosmetics Design senior correspondent Deanna Utroske about her company’s signature skin care product, her approach to indie beauty, what’s coming next from the brand, and much more.

Sabine Chalmers is first woman to join Coty board of directors

18-Apr-2017 - Just six months after becoming the world’s third largest beauty company (thanks to the acquisition of what had been P&G’s specialty beauty business) the personal care, fragrance, and cosmetics company has announced the addition of a woman to its previously all-male, eight-member board.

Anti-pollution Special Newsletter

How blue and infrared light affects the skin: the future of the antipollution beauty?

18-Apr-2017 - The impact of infrared and blue light (from screens) on the skin is an area that the anti-pollution trend is tipped to move into next: we ask an expert about its potential.

Revlon’s latest leadership change advances company-wide reorganization

18-Apr-2017 - Early this year the global beauty and fragrance company announced plans for a complete reorg, following its 2016 acquisition of Elizabeth Arden. Now the company has hired a chief operating officer with a track record of restructuring.

Biossance skin care brand helps boost Amyris sales

18-Apr-2017 - Biotech player Amyris says that the recent launch of its skin care brand at selected Sephora stores nationwide and online has given the company’s bottom line a significant boost.

Anti-Pollution Special Newsletter

Inside, Outside, Upside-down: Anti-pollution solutions in the Americas

18-Apr-2017 - Pollution is a global reality and a particular concern in urban areas. Whether it’s from light, gases, particulate matter, organic compounds, or heavy metals, ingredient and personal care makers serving the region are innovating to mitigate pollution’s impact on the skin.

Indie Beauty Profile

Camille Varlet, All Beauty Inc

17-Apr-2017 - In her Indie Beauty Profile Camille Varlet, founder of All Beauty Inc, tells how her years of food and beauty industry experience converged in a single brand and why topical products aren’t the be-all and end-all of skin care.

NSF launches cosmetic product compliance verification service

17-Apr-2017 - NSF International says it is the first organization to off the cosmetics and personal care industry a dedicated product quality, safety and compliance verification service.

US senator pressures FDA to ban 1,4 Dioxane from cosmetics

17-Apr-2017 - Senator Charles Schumer has officially called on the FDA to take action to strip 1,4 Dioxane from a range of consumer products such as shampoos, shower gels and lotions.

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Anti-pollution cosmetics consumers seek visual clues

17-Apr-2017 - Belinda Carli, Director of Institute of Personal Care Science, puts forward the importance of seeing the effects of the environment for the growth of the anti-pollution sector.

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