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The Year in Cannabis Beauty

By Deanna Utroske

2019 has been a big year for CBD, hemp, and cannabis in cosmetics and personal care. And while the regulatory climate is far from fixed, suppliers, manufacturers, and brands of every size have been making moves in cannabis beauty.

Indie Beauty Profile Asel Hofgartner, Kana Vita

Indie Beauty Profile

Asel Hofgartner, Kana Vita

By Deanna Utroske

In her Indie Beauty Profile, Asel Hofgartner of Kana Vita (a very new CBD skin care and body care brand) gives a candid snapshot of the beginnings of business and shares a bit of insight into how she and Daren Hofgartner transitioned from being entrepreneurs...

Urban Juve confirms six more Latin American markets

Urban Juve confirms six more Latin American markets

By Simon Pitman

On the back of continued strong growth, The Yield Growth Corp, owner of the hemp-based Urban Juve skin care brand, has confirmed it is moving into six more Latin American markets.

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4 beauty ingredient trends seen at SCC Suppliers’ Day, Long Beach

By Deanna Utroske

Ingredient makers, packagers, distributors, contract manufacturers, processing equipment companies, testing labs, and other suppliers filled the Long Beach Convention Center last week, exhibiting the latest and most popular solutions for the cosmetics,...

Evio Beauty: community, color cosmetics, and cannabis

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Evio Beauty: community, color cosmetics, and cannabis

By Deanna Utroske

At the start of the current indie beauty movement, Brandi Leifso launched a makeup brand called Evelyn Iona. She has since relaunched the business as Evio Beauty, partnered with Aurora Cannabis, raised millions through seed funding and strategic partnerships,...

Hemp biotech company branches out into cosmetics

Hemp biotech company branches out into cosmetics

By Simon Pitman

Axim Biotechnologies, a specialist in cannabinoid research and industry hemp product development, has established a Cosmetics Division that will lead to a line of cannabinoid-based products.

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...

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