Today, the biotech company announced plans to add a 7th clean consumer brand to its portfolio. This just one day after the ingredient maker publicized a deal to acquire a tech company called Beauty Labs International.
In a deal expected to close today, DSM is buying the synthetic biotechnology company’s flavor and fragrance intermediates business to augment its own aroma ingredients offerings and bring bio-based fragrance inputs to the cosmetics industry.
This month, the biotech company behind the popular clean skin care brand Biossance and the baby line Pipette shared news of company efforts to produce hand sanitzer as well as about how the numbers have been shaping up over the past quarter.
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.
Just as 2017 was coming to a close, the two companies announced completion of a deal that has Royal DSM acquiring the Amyris biotech production facilities in Brazil, a next phase of the DSM-Amyris partnership that will also expand production beyond farnesene...
At last week’s beauty ingredient tradeshow in New York City, industry suppliers, product developers, marketers, researchers, any other personal care pros converged. And Cosmetics Design was there to see how trends such as protection and detox, fermented...
The company recently announced advanced plans to build a biorefinery in conjunction with the government of Queensland Australia. As part of that state’s Biofutures Acceleration Program, Amyris is set to provide bioproducts for the Asian personal care...
The dynamic, California-based biotech firm is making beauty news again, this time for a joint venture (announced on Tuesday) with Nikkol, a specialty chemical company out of Japan, which is buying a significant portion of the Amyris Neossance business.
The new product line centers on an ingredient—Neossance Squalane—made from that country’s own sugar cane. And the partnership will go beyond shared distribution channels to include a manufacturing relationship.
San Francisco-based chemical manufacturer Amyris has partnered with finished goods manufacturer Method to develop renewable ingredients from its existing line for use in personal care targeting consumer demand for sustainable products.