The demand for marine ingredients in cosmetics has risen over the last few years and Organic Monitor’s Amarjit Sahota tells CosmeticsDesign-Europe.com that it is time to put standards in place to ensure sustainable sourcing.
Brazilian consumers have long led the way when it comes to green behavior and being sustainably-conscious, however they are not prepared to pay through the roof for products that meet these requirements.
Organic Monitor feels that the consumption phase of cosmetic products is often being ignored by the industry in comparison to the focus on raw materials and production process, which can damage the relationship with the consumer.
It is the season of men’s grooming it seems, and with this in mind, CosmeticsDesign-Europe.com visited the HQ of natural skin care manufacturer Bulldog to discuss the challenges in the male arena and how to tackle them.
There is no doubt that the unstable economic situation is taking its toll on the global cosmetics ingredients industry, but innovation is the key to a bright future says Euromonitor global head of Ingredients Research, as he outlines the key 2013 beauty...
US personal care manufacturer Herbalix has urged for more certification of ingredients used in products, particularly as consumers become more aware and the market for natural & organic continues to grow.
As marine extracts become increasingly important with cosmetic manufacturers, algae are receiving much attention due to their renewable nature. Arizona-based Heliae is one specialist company currently catering to this demand that says the organism group have...
The Union for Ethical BioTrade has outlined in a technical report what global cosmetic companies will face in regards to the Convention on Biological Diversity's (CBD) Nagoya Protocol benefit sharing principles (ABS).