Brazilian chemical manufacturer Chemyunion debuted Polluout Detox earlier this year to provide manufacturers and suppliers of hair care products with an ingredient option to detox the hair shaft and follicle from environmental particulate damage.
DTC healthcare tech company XYON has just launched a new shampoo and conditioner set designed specifically to address hormone-related hair loss in male consumers using natural ingredients like rosemary leaf and clover flower extracts.
Biotech company Carbonwave has made waves with the world’s first seaweed-derived cosmetic emulsifier, and will be expanding production facilities to better meet demand following a sizable company investment.
Cosmetic and personal care product manufacturers have the opportunity to add additional benefits to product formulations through the use of Robertet ActiScent options, including ‘anti-aging’, ‘slimming’ effects and more.
Through the implementation of carbon management practices like technological innovation and establishing Product Carbon Footprint scores for its entire product catalog, BASF is committed to achieving an ambitious goal in environmental sustainability.
Following his seminar at In-Cosmetics Global, CosmeticsDesign spoke with Anthony Almada, President & CSO of IMAGINutrition, Inc., to discuss his insights into the use of postbiotics in cosmetic formulations and Probiotical’s innovative Skinbac technology.
Neurocosmetic active ingredient TiMOOD shows promise for manufacturers and suppliers of cosmetic products seeking to create multifunctional formulas that provide consumers with topical as well as mood-boosting benefits.
In the second part of this series, CosmeticsDesign explores how brand leaders Olowe, Chan, and Lee have navigated the financial stresses of a post-COVID world, embraced the advent of TikTok and social media marketing, and shared their understanding of...
Yeast-derived NovaColl offers manufacturers and suppliers of cosmetic and personal care products the opportunity to shift away from animal-derived collagen and towards an option that is effective, sustainable, and more skin compatible, says the co-founder...
In this two-part series, CosmeticsDesign interviews three Gen Z cosmetics and beauty brand leaders who have built platforms to grow trust, foster inclusivity and value diversity among their target consumer demographic.
As the FDA continues to implement changes to begin enforcing some of MoCRA’s authorities and industry requirements by the end of this year, CosmeticsDesign checks in with Victor Mencarelli, Director of Global Regulatory Affairs at Orveon, to learn more...
Canadian food products supplier Fruit D’Or utilizes closed loop cultivation and other environmentally sustainable processing practices to upcycle cranberry seed oil co-products for cosmetic and personal beauty care product manufacturing and formulation.
Having recently exhibited its ingredient formulations at In-Cosmetics Global and NYSCC Suppliers’ Day, Apoena Biotech’s RAMNOCARE, APOBIO Skin, and APOBIO Slim offer manufacturers and suppliers to cosmetics and personal care product companies biodiverse...
Job changes and board appointments are an inevitable part of the shifting tides of the cosmetic and personal beauty care industry. In this recurring segment, CosmeticsDesign looks at recent and notable employment changes within these business areas.
Having perfected its bioproduction process, California-based biotechnology company Geltor, Inc. has created vegan protein NuColl as an answer to industry demand for environmentally sustainable ingredients that fit into the ‘skinification’ of hair care...
Warmer weather can bring on sweat, leading to breakouts and oilier skin than the winter months. This month, several cosmetics and personal care brands are breaking out complexion-clearing product options to keep face and body skin clean and clear.
Trends in ingredient innovation wax and wane with consumer demand. Still, this year’s convention saw upcycling, vegan collagen, and neuroactive ingredients and active fragrances as some of the most compelling shifts in cosmetics and personal care product...
A recent study has revealed some insights into the impact of COVID-19 on skin-related issues, which is of interest in manufacturers and suppliers to the cosmetics and personal care industries seeking to provide consumers with potential product solutions...
Newly released research suggests snail slime mechanisms of action can impact cells at the molecular level, including cell viability and control of inflammatory events, which is of interest to manufacturers and suppliers seeking to formulate new cosmetic...
Data intelligence company Proxima is leading the way for DTC beauty and personal care product brands to better reach consumers and target specific demographics with best-fit products by utilizing underlying AI data sources to better meet consumer needs.
L’Oréal is pumping cash into three environmental initiatives as it seeks to influence eco projects ‘beyond its business’, but at the same time is facing a further backlash over chemicals in hair products most commonly used by Black women.
Quadpack has released the Regula Petit Jar, an innovative and sustainable design for cosmetics and personal care product manufacturers seeking recyclable options for sample or travel-sized product launches.
In addition to the over sixty available individual conference sessions and curated educational programs offered during the regular course of Suppliers’ Day 2023, the SCC is offering two SCC CEP courses on the day before the conference opens.
In addition to a range of educational sessions, exhibitor booths, and networking opportunities, NYSCC Suppliers’ Day offers several special events to enrich the attendee experience. For those planning ahead, these options are a great addition to any itinerary.
This year’s Suppliers’ Day theme is Reimagining Renewal & Wellness and will feature 60+ individual conference sessions and over 500 exhibitors presenting innovations in ingredients, formulation processes, and more.
Through the recent launch, the manufacturer has directly addressed a specific consumer demand for cost-effective cosmetic brushes that perform well with solid stick cosmetic formulations without sacrificing performance results.
Morrama has made available an option for end-users to recycle refill inserts after use, which improves the sustainability potential of cosmetic and personal beauty care products and reduces overall material waste.
Soapbox recently released its latest collection of collagen-based bond-builder products online and in Walmart locations across the US, satisfying consumer demand for naturally formulated restorative hair care options.