Fast Moving Consumer Good companies like Kimberly-Clark, P&G, Unilever and Colgate-Palmolive have all benefited from emerging markets but now a predicted slowdown threatens to affect growth, and some are already feeling it more than others.
When we think of sweet smells we do not immediately think of bacteria, but scientists from the University of California, Davis are engineering bacteria to make esters to be used in scents and fragrances, as well as in flavourings, paints and fuels.
The in-cosmetics Innovation Zone will give attendees the opportunity to gain an insight on the latest hair care developments. Take a look at the ingredients set to be showcased at the event next week, right here.
An improvement in communication channels will help to deliver the message and importance of sustainable palm oil to customers and consumers; and industry is beginning to work towards this, according to the Roundtable of Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO).
With a recent report by marketing and advertising software company Pixability revealing that cosmetics brands are losing out in the digital marketing space to the ever-growing influence of beauty video bloggers, the true value of non-professional product...
The in-cosmetics Innovation Zone is a unique area for attendees to catch up on all the latest products launches in one place. Here, we've rounded up some interesting skin care ingredients set to be revealed at the show.
Presenting its latest innovation at the recent annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatologists, consumer goods multinational P&G revealed that convenience was a key factor in consumer choice of treatments.
Tarte Cosmetics has traditionally marketed itself as an environmentally conscious cosmetics company that does not test on animals, a reputation that has come under scrutiny following its recent acquisition.