Cosmetics Design caught up with Paul Ireland, vice president at Japan-based fragrance specialist Takasago International, who shared his opinions about the importance of fragrance in branding, as well as the constant research and development of new fragrance...
At the recent Cosmoprof Las Vegas event Cosmetics Design caught up with Brian Park, founder of O.R.G Skin Care, a line that has evolved out of the fast paced and highly advanced South Korean skin care market.
Italy-based Ancorotti Cosmetics is one of the few companies in the world specializing in mascara. We caught up with the vice president of the North American operations, Mary Aunn Guarino, to find out more.
Procter & Gamble has confirmed that is relocating part of its manufacturing in the town of Cayey, Puerto Rico, over to the Greensboro site in North Carolina as part of its restructuring program that includes fewer but larger facilities.
Non-hydroquinone–based products are driving sales in the hyperpigmentation and sun damage skin care concern category, outperforming total market growth in 2014 and pushing on the professional skin care market.
L’Oréal has posted strong fourth quarter and annual results and will look to the future ‘with confidence’ after recording growth in all divisions and all regions, despite a challenging economic situation.
a Sustainability is likely to be the defining element for the cosmetics industry in North America, according to Evonik’s North America personal care vice president, Paul Washlock, who believes that the industry is responding to the demands of a better...
The Democratic Congressman for Virginia, Don Beyer, says he intends to take the lead in bringing the United States in line with Europe, India and Israel by banning the testing of animals on all cosmetics.
Innovative technologies and products have revolutionised the hair straightening category and made it one of the most dynamic hair care categories, driven by demand for hair control and lifestyle changes.
A California state bill to ban microbeads that are used in a range of personal care products has failed to go through the state senate with a clear majority, creating a potential stumbling block for environmental campaigners.
The annual NYSCC Suppliers Day closed its doors in Edison, New Jersey, yesterday, wrapping up another highly successful and very busy show; we gathered up some of the best moments for our latest gallery.
In another step forward in the campaign to end animal testing in cosmetics, California's Senate approved a measure by State Senator Marty Block urging the country to follow in other region’s footsteps and implement a ban.
Estée Lauder reported a 3% decline in earnings for its second quarter as higher sales, among which were in the U.S. and Americas, were more than offset by an increase in operating expenses as well as softer-than-expected demand in some markets.
Since the state of California launched its new website listing materials used in cosmetics products, the Personal Care Products Council has responded to inquiries by saying the information needs to be put into perspective.
According to the market researcher, in 2011 North America saw an all-time high in launches before numbers fell the following year. However, the region has arrested this decline with numbers growing by 33% between 2012 and 2013 and is on the up again.
Marine biotechnology offers a ‘land of opportunities’ for personal care and cosmetics products producers, particularly in North America and Europe, according to a recent report by market research firm Technavio.
Anglo-Dutch consumer goods firm Unilever has seen its sales growth slow due to currency weakness in emerging markets, but insists that this is only a temporary issue and that things will pick up again.