Direct-to-consumer skin care brand Symbiome will debut a product range formulated with postbiotics sourced from plants from the Brazilian Amazon, aimed at restoring and rebuilding resilience in the modern microbiome.
In 2020, skincare, self-care, clean beauty, and probiotics are all quite buzz-worthy in the beauty marketplace. And while TULA Skincare fits into all of those categories, the brand hopes to direct consumer attention elsewhere with a new empowerment movement...
This November, the biennial event goes online, featuring expert speakers (including Cosmetics Design Editor Deanna Utroske) and welcoming a global audience of skin care, sun care, and antiaging professionals.
As sustainability goals in the cosmetics, personal care, and fragrance industry advance to become circularity initiatives, new and novel raw materials that would have otherwise been waste are showing up in the beauty ingredient marketplace.
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The program launched just last year as a collaboration between INNOCOS and Beauty Heroes, celebrates beauty, wellness, and lifestyle brands and products that are sustainable and making a positive impact on the environment.
New Zealand-based Organic Riot is eyeing huge opportunities in mature beauty markets such as the US, where it believes its emphasis on sustainability and traceability has helped it to stand out in a saturated natural and organic skin care market.
South Korean personal care major LG Household & Healthcare and US manufacturer Farouk Systems Inc. have extended their partnership to launch a botanical-based skin care brand it believes will be a ‘good fit’ for the US market.
Today, the business and employment platform announced the top 50 independent or privately held businesses that have “risen to the challenges that 2020 has presented.” And Tula is not the only brand of interest to the beauty industry on the list.
Next month, the multinational health and CPG company is launching a series of webinars highlighting Black expertise and innovation in the skin health industry, and, in a separate initiative will award scholarships to early-career women STEM professors.