This week the algae beauty brand announced its new product formulation and marketing strategy, adding the on-trend ‘vegan’ qualifier to its already of very contemporary list of designations: marine, biotech, naturally derived, etc.
Codex is a global beauty collective with plans to bring numerous science-backed, clean beauty brands to market. The collective’s first line, called Bia, launched just this week and is already a brand worth watching.
At yesterday’s Global Beauty Tech Forum in New York City, technology leaders, brand executives, retail experts, and consumer media pros took the stage to discuss current and emerging digital technologies—technologies that are transforming the cosmetics,...
Thanks to funding from an anonymous angel investor, GUNAS will soon be selling soaps. The company Sugandh Agrawal founded in 2009 is, according to New York City – based financial advisor Neil Mohinani, currently valued at $5 million and by 2025 that figure...
The inaugural Cosmetics Design Summit on Skin Microbiome Innovation is just under two weeks away, so now is the last chance to get involved in this unmissable event focusing on the hottest topic in the industry right now.
The Expo Belleza event in Medellin, Colombia has only been running for four years but has grown exponentially, having started off as a very small event for beauty professionals. Cosmetics Design spoke to event co-founder Joseph La Manna to find out more.
Brazil is by far the biggest market for cosmetics and personal care in the Latin American region making it the biggest trendsetter and influencer for the industry in the region. Cosmetics Design spoke to Vania Leite, president of Brazilian beauty and...
Beauty from within is a small but fast growing niche that also could serve to boost the skin microbiome trend. Cosmetics Design spoke to Stephen Daniells, editor-in-chief of NutraIngredients USA to find out more.
At the recent FCE Cosmetique event, Cosmetics Design got to spoke to Chemyunion skin care expert Patricia Moreira, to find out how its team has interpreted sensorial trends in the LATAM and North American cosmetic and personal care markets right now.
L’Oréal’s Modiface has announced that it will provide its AI-powered technology to enable the first virtual try-ons for cosmetics on Amazon, bringing together the e-retail giant and the rising potential of AI for beauty.