Cosmeceuticals

Vivienne Rudd, Director of Global Insight and Innovation, Beauty & Personal Care, Mintel

in-cosmetics Latin America

Mintel highlights the most exciting global beauty launches

By Simon Pitman

At last week’s in-cosmetics Latin America the Mintel Innovation Zone platformed some of the most interesting new product launches worldwide. In this video, Mintel’s Vivienne Rudd demonstrates some of the most interesting and trend-setting products on...

Latest formulation buzz: enhanced delivery

Latest formulation buzz: enhanced delivery

By Belinda Carli, Director of the Institute of Personal Care Science

The cosmetics industry is full of fantastic cosmeceutical actives to address all sorts of skin conditions, from acne in teenagers to anti-ageing of mature skin. But, with so many actives to choose from, how can a brand make their product work better than...

Ready-to-drink beauty is ready to change everything

Ready-to-drink beauty is ready to change everything

By Deanna Utroske

Analysts anticipate that the nutricosmetics market will reach $7.4 bn in the next five years, and ready-to-drink beauty beverages are the strongest growing product in the segment.

Mintel: brands helping the US BFW market make its comeback

Mintel: brands helping the US BFW market make its comeback

By Michelle Yeomans

According to the market researcher, in 2011 North America saw an all-time high in launches before numbers fell the following year. However, the region has arrested this decline with numbers growing by 33% between 2012 and 2013 and is on the up again.

Euromonitor: American men “not ready” for color cosmetics

Euromonitor: American men “not ready” for color cosmetics

By Chris BARKER

Products such as male BB and CC creams are popular in South Korea, where men’s cosmetics make up a huge segment of the beauty market; however, despite growth in the USA, Euromonitor says that men are not ready to abandon their masculine style just yet.

The best of US BB and CC creams

The best of US BB and CC creams

BB and CC creams, which were mostly confined to Asian markets until a few years ago, have become a phenomenon. Short for blemish balm and color correcting respectively, these products are now predicted to be worth over $67 million in the USA by the end...

Cosmeceutical cannabis range to be developed following skin cancer study

Cosmeceutical cannabis range to be developed following skin cancer study

By Michelle Yeomans

U.S. biotech company ‘X-Change’ is set to develop a line of cosmeceutical products based on synthetic cannabinoids after Japanese scientists recently found the ingredient to display potent anti-inflammatory activity and reduce skin cancer by 90 percent...

'Food-based' cosmetics gaining momentum as a trend

'Food-based' cosmetics gaining momentum as a trend

By Michelle Yeomans

Food-based ingredients are continuing to emerge as a key trend in the cosmetics industry as many beauty companies target the growing segment by creating product lines that incorporate natural ingredients.

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