This year’s awards event was truly global albeit virtual. Thursday, the Foundation announced the winner in 25 categories, celebrating the best of the best in fine fragrance, home fragrance, indie fragrance, and more.
The California-based deodorant brand has plans to be a fully plastic-free business by mid-2021. And the brand’s partnership with a new beauty packaging company is a key piece of that sustainability strategy.
This summer, the company behind brands like Oribe, Jergens, Bioré, and Molton Brown moved into the University of Cincinnati’s 1819 Innovation Hub to better connect with local STEM talent and collaborate on the future of beauty.
The international cosmetics, personal care, and wellness awards program is known as a discovery platform for retailers and consumers as well as for being independent from advertiser or sponsorship support.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers will host the 3-day event, showcasing the latest personal care and beauty formulation trends, engineering innovations, and packaging and manufacturing technologies.
A new venture, backed by the growth equity firm General Atlantic, has emerged from what was Morphe Holdings to develop, accelerate, acquire, and curate the personal care, cosmetics, and wellness brands that will win over Millennial and Gen Z consumers.
The new industry event—launched just last year—connects beauty brand founders with influencers, buyers, experts, and editors. And the 2020 edition of Unfiltered Experience promises to bring that same high-value interconnectedness to an online event.
In July, MUA and podcaster Cassandra McClure launched the Clean Beauty Kit, a monthly subscription box for both pros and consumers looking to live the clean beauty lifestyle. Cosmetics Design checked in with the entrepreneur to learn about who she’s reaching,...
The Personal Care Products Council has announced that as of Monday, Keech Combe Shetty—Executive Chair at Combe, the personal care company behind brands like Vagisil and Just For Men—is the organization’s new Board Chair.
New data published by the American Chemistry Council this month shows that the US specialty chemicals market is improving, since taking a record dip in April. But only 3 industry sectors saw a Y/Y increase last month.