As the wellness trend continues to reshape beauty and personal care regimens, opportunities are growing to provide multi-step solutions that include sleep and supplementation claims, says Imogen Matthews, founder of the Premium Market Reports and consultant...
Neurocosmetic active ingredient TiMOOD shows promise for manufacturers and suppliers of cosmetic products seeking to create multifunctional formulas that provide consumers with topical as well as mood-boosting benefits.
Consumer goods major Unilever has reported a net profit surge for the full year of 2022, led by strong growth in its recently carved out beauty and wellbeing division and good business in the Americas.
The teeth whitening category continues to boom as consumers worldwide seek out brighter smiles, but differing regulatory frameworks and consumer expectations mean innovation must stay broad, says a Colgate-Palmolive exec.
Grooming for pets, cell-based synthetics and cyclical skin care regimes offer plenty of future promise for beauty and personal care manufacturers, driven by heightened interest in overall wellbeing and the environment, says a futurologist.
The beauty and personal care category must start upgrading and innovating formulas and products to empower consumers to take shorter, colder showers – drawing inspiration from hospitals, beer brands and more, says a senior futurologist.
Menopause is shifting out of taboo and into the spotlight as women worldwide seek a deeper understanding on changes during this time, carving out plenty of opportunity for beauty and wellness industries to support, educate and empower.
The probiotics category continues to soar, with e-commerce fiercely fuelling growth and presenting plentiful opportunities for cosmetics, particularly products targeting mood, stress and overall wellbeing, says Lumina Intelligence.
The post-COVID new normal taking shape before our eyes is drastically altering consumer sentiment and behaviour in enigmatic ways, but the primal need for healing and renewal will drive cosmetic beauty colour selection in the approaching years, according...
Interest in topical and ingestible beauty products that support and even boost immunity is gaining traction, but what science can back up product developments and how much growth potential is there really in this space?
Consumers have very limited cognitive capacity for paying attention and making decisions, but emotional advertising will innately grab their attention and can be powerful short- and long-term, says an expert.
Consumer interest in topical probiotic cosmetics is rising, presenting opportunity to target niche skin conditions and push hard science before establishing relevance in the wider wellness market, an expert says.