This month’s PCPC Annual Meeting was all about sustainability. At the event, Cosmetics Design caught up with Szaky to discuss the business of TerraCycle, the Loop platform, and sustainable beauty packaging more broadly.
Late last week, as part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ongoing efforts to keep pace with this country’s needs during the Coronavirus pandemic, new guidance documents were issued addressing both manufacturers and pharmacists.
Today, the Indie Beauty Media Group launched a new free online resource center called #BeautyUnites to keep independent cosmetics, personal care, and fragrance brand founders informed, inspired, and in good spirits.
For the skin care startup Victorialand Beauty, inclusive beauty is accessible beauty. And in recent months, the brand has improved website functionality and product packaging design to better serve consumers with vision impairments.
Right now, the specialty chemical company is positioning the technology for use in the medical and pharmaceutical sectors; but it’s altogether likely the new collagen platform will find its way into beauty as well.
It wasn’t until 2020 that coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) became a factor of import in the cosmetics and personal care industry. But by now, no matter where in the world you are, the virus has changed things. Here Cosmetics Design looks at how our...
It’s 2020 and natural beauty products are no longer niche or novel, but there is a long way to go before they are the new normal. Here, Cosmetics Design looks at recent industry developments in the natural and botanical space.
The beauty ingredient maker has announced recent advances in fermentation technology and posted new research data online that shows the advantages of formulating CBD skin care with the company’s biotech Neossance Squalane.
The Natura subsidiary reopened its CF Pacific Centre store in Vancouver, Canada, this month with new features meant to reintroduce consumers to the brand’s progressive mission for gender equality, environmental sustainability, and more.
As part of the multinational consumer goods company’s Diversity & Inclusion Week events, P&G executives took to the stage alongside Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD, to discuss visibility and inclusion in advertising.