Next-generation sun care, thinking local, the value of waste, menopause wellness and the importance of clinical proof-points are the top five beauty trends this year, being driven by an era of intentional consumption, says trend forecaster Beautystreams.
As beauty continues its shift away from animal-based ingredients to plant-based, it’s going to be worthwhile diving much deeper into biotechnology for more sustainable, sophisticated, efficient and innovative formulas, says the CEO of US biology startup...
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Daily-use products with UV protection will be a key driver of global beauty growth in years to come, as changes to the weather and consumer knowledge push it into a very real daily need space, says the CEO of L’Oréal.
International beauty major L’Oréal has developed a tinted cosmetic sunscreen formulation with UVA and UVB protection suitable for dark phototypes five and six, plugging an important market gap, it says.
Ingredient supplier Delavie has created a SPF booster from bacteria tested at the International Space Station. CosmeticsDesign spoke with Delavie President Kyle Landry about the development of the ingredient, which is still undergoing safety testing.
The focus on beauty as a form of self-care and the role diet and nutrition play on our beauty habits grew for consumers during lockdowns amid the Covid-19 pandemic, says research by ingredient firm Lycored.
Scientists working at the beauty maker’s Research and Innovation facility in Clark, New Jersey, published an article in JDD earlier this year on the relationship among ceramides, UV radiation, and skin barrier function. Now the company’s CeraVe brand...
The sun care ingredient company is based in the National Research Council facility in Montreal, Québec. And thanks to the government’s economic recovery efforts, Elkimia is buying new equipment and developing more sun care actives.
There remains significant scope to advance beauty supplements that care for sensitive skin exposed to the sun and even greater potential for smart co-branding with sun care brands, says the founder of D+ For Care.
With tradeshows going digital, ingredient supplies disrupted by the pandemic, and work-from-home precautions changing the way so many beauty industry insiders navigate the workday, keeping up on new ingredient launches can be a challenge. Here Cosmetics...
Sophia Hutchins, founder of a new brand called lumasol, believes so. Cosmetics Design checked in with her earlier this week to find out how she’s made timely sun care reapplication easy to remember and compatible with today’s consumer lifestyles.
The Canada-based beauty and personal care manufacturer announced the latest in a series of acquisitions this week. This time the company adds California-based prestige manufacturer Benchmark to its global network of product production facilities.
Yesterday, Cosmetics Design published an item here about the prevalence of marine ingredients and solid personal care solutions seen at last week’s in-cosmetics NA in New York City. Here we explore a few more concepts that stood out at the trade show.
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,...
The Latin American market for beauty and personal care has seen huge strides in both innovation and growth. And although it is not a world leader in trends, there is still plenty going on to keep the industry busy.
This month, the skin care brand announced a new partnership with the Coral Restoration Foundation, a non-profit working to reestablish reefs in Florida and around the world. For mission-driven MyChelle, the partnership is about finding ways to both realize...
Cosmetics Design reached out to Lisa Perez, marketing director at Coppertone, to learn how Bayer’s well-known sunscreen brand is strategically repositioning itself, educating consumers, and updating its products to keep pace in today’s fast-moving personal...
At the NYSCC Suppliers Day event earlier this month in New York City, the raw materials supplier was showing chemists and R&D pros what’s newly possible with its ethanol-based polymers and polyurethane dispersions. The Covestro team also sat down...
Cosmetics Design checked in with a couple of experts to discover how the latest products in this category are driving sales by inspiring more consumers to use sun care products every day while simultaneously meeting some basic cosmetic and skin care requirements.
Sun care is fast becoming a key topic this year and as consumers become more educated on the potential dangers of sun exposure, protection has emerged as a key trend to drive the market in Western Europe.
As disposable incomes rise for emerging market consumers, sun care will become more affordable to many, urging Euromonitor to advise that sun care manufacturers should look to grow sales in poorer countries.
Reflecting the growing trend towards multi-functional targeted sun
protection, UK-based retail giant Tesco has launched a
comprehensive range of new sun care products aimed at a wide
variety of individuals.
Croda has chosen next month's In-Cosmetics expo in Barclona as the
platform to debut a host of new ingredients that concentrate on
providing added functionality for sun care, hair care and skin care