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Cosmogen has created new packaging for solid stick formulations made from 78% paper
By Kirsty Doolan
A roundup of the most popular stories on Cosmetics-Design-Europe over the past month.
Dr Smith said the potential of the circular economy to enhance sustainable innovation is an exciting field for the natural cosmetics sector (Image: Getty)
By Kirsty Doolan
NATRUE’s Director General shared more on the latest trends and innovation in natural cosmetics, as well as the challenges this sector is facing right now.
Heritage brand NIVEA has seen a revival among skin care consumers in recent years
By Kirsty Doolan
Its trio of mass-market skin care brands saw impressive growth for the German company by the end of Q3, while sales of luxury brand La Prairie continued to decline.

The UK government is highlighting jobs in the beauty industry (Image: Getty)
By Kirsty Doolan
According to an Oxford Economics study commissioned by the British Beauty Council, the British beauty industry has lost around £850m in exports to EU countries since Brexit.
The public company is headquartered in Muttenz, Switzerland
By Kirsty Doolan
The Swiss multinational plans to buy Lucas Meyer Cosmetics from IFF and the deal is expected to close in early 2024.
Shiseido is aiming to harness interest in skin care and self-care as a gateway to substantial growth opportunities in India’s beauty market.
By Amanda Lim
Shiseido is aiming to harness interest in skin care and self-care as a gateway to substantial growth opportunities in India’s beauty market.
The brand has seen success in the travel-retail industry and recently won a prestigious award at the TFWA global summit
By Kirsty Doolan
We spoke to CEO of Swiss cosmeceutical brand Dr. LEVY about the challenges of formulating its anti-pollution shield, as well as its success in the travel-retail industry.

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By Simon Pitman
With mounting concerns about the future of coral reefs and the effects of climate change in general, the environmental impact of suncare products is more important than ever.
Unilever said going forward it plans to focus on Billion+ Euro brands like Dove
By Kirsty Doolan
Although Beauty & Personal Care sectors saw strong results, Unilever will change its strategy with a new focus, new appointments, plus sale of the Dollar Shave Club.

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By Amanda Lim
We round up the most recent developments in the exciting Chinese beauty market, including SENSAI’s new Shanghai flagship, Perfect Diary’s latest lip innovation, and more.
The clock is ticking for new packaging regulations to come into force in the EU & UK (Image: Getty)
By Kirsty Doolan
With new packaging regulations coming into force in the EU and UK in upcoming years, we spoke to industry experts about what’s being done.

The brand has been working with upcycled food ingredients for over 20 years
By Kirsty Doolan
Lumene has 53 years of heritage and has been formulating beauty products with wild-crafted and upcycled Nordic ingredients since 2001.
Australia beauty analysis: How to win over the Australian consumer
By Amanda Lim
Here we reveal exclusive insights from local players and insiders like Biologi and Mary Grace Cosmetics on how Australia’s cosmetics industry is evolving under the pressure of economic uncertainties.
The need for ethical ingredients sourcing is becoming more urgent (Image: Getty)
By Kirsty Doolan
Biodiversity loss is a key environmental issue for the planet and one that the cosmetics industry will need to pay more attention to going forward…
Sol de Janeiro has ran numerous marketing campaigns in the global travel-retail industry over the past six months
By Kirsty Doolan
The group also said L’OCCITANE en Provence's sales recovered in China, but ELEMIS' sales declined in US & UK amid its new premiumisation strategy.
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By Stephen Daniells
Twelve weeks of supplementation with a combination hydrolyzed fish collagen and MSM may improve skin thickness and roughness, and reduce wrinkles, says a new study from Slovenia.
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By Olivia DeSmit
Certain hair relaxers and smoothers contain formaldehyde or other harmful chemicals, a press release by Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley states*. The FDA has announced a potential ban on these chemicals.
As more consumers continue to seek out derma-based beauty products, brands like CeraVe saw success
By Kirsty Doolan
The French multinational recorded notably strong growth for its derma beauty portfolio, but results in mainland China were disappointing for Q3 2023.

The EU said the aim is to
By Kirsty Doolan
Two updates that beauty and personal care brands need to know about…
FREE Beauty-From-Within APAC broadcast: One week left to register for exclusive expert insights
By Gary Scattergood
There is just one week to go until a raft of international experts share their insights at our FREE Beauty-From-Within APAC interactive broadcast.
When focusing on biodiversity, we should not forget the ocean, according to Vincent Duret from ocean protection company Fondation de la Mer
By Kirsty Doolan
The Cosmetic 360 show in Paris focused on ecological breakthroughs this year. We share the future insights to take note of…
President of Cosmetic Valley Marc-Antoine Jamet and Show Director Franckie Béchereau presented the winners with their awards
By Kirsty Doolan
Exclusive insights on the cosmetics and perfume sectors from industry leaders, plus award-winning innovations from the Cosmetic 360 show.

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By Simon Pitman
The drive towards more targeted and personalized claims in bodycare products is opening the door to the fast-growing trend for skin cycling, according to the latest research from market intelligence provider Mintel.
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By Olivia DeSmit
Clinisoothe+, a newly launched skin purifying formulation with hypochlorous acid, promises effective results. The formula, discovered by researchers at Clinical Health Technologies, includes sodium hypochlorite converted into high-purity hypochlorous.
Sustainable prestige brand Commune takes a perfumer's approach to bodycare
By Jess Spiring
Digital-first strategies, subscription models, viral social media campaigns and celebrity CEOs mean these fresh faced beauty brands are taking advantage of the industry’s recession-resistant growth.
TiN5 Skin employs stem cell tech to address skin care concerns arising from humidity and pollution © TiN5
By Si Ying Thian
Hong Kong-based skin care brand TiN5 is tapping into stem cell tech to address common skin issues faced by consumers living in humid and polluted climates.
The Sustainable Cosmetics Summit will be held in Paris in late October
By Kirsty Doolan
Ahead of the upcoming show, Weleda’s head of sustainability talks eco issues. Plus, we reveal the Sustainable Beauty Awards finalists.
Pat McGrath Labs has teamed up with Google on a new AR shopping experience
By Kirsty Doolan
We've rounded up the latest news stories from European beauty companies.
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By Olivia DeSmit
Curie Co, an industrial biotech company, is on a mission to replace petrochemicals with biomaterials that are affordable and effective. The first step of that is the launch of an antimicrobial enzyme, which functions as a catalytic preservative. It’s…
“We’ve created a whole healing toolbox”. Psychodermatology brand Eyeam
By Kirsty Doolan
The spiritual meets the scientific for a pioneering new beauty and wellness brand, which combines crystal healing and affirmations with clinically proven ingredients.
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By Kirsty Doolan
One patent attorney shared more about notable intellectual property filings and what potential innovators should do next.
Spate's AI-generated trends report said consumers wanted
By Kirsty Doolan
The trends and movements that beauty and personal care brands should watch closely…
UK retailer Superdrug has just created a skin care range especially for menopausal women
By Kirsty Doolan
Trailblazing new product launches in the beauty and personal care industry.
The event takes place on November 2
By Gary Scattergood
Our FREE Beauty-From-Within APAC interactive broadcast takes place in just two weeks, and today we can reveal the full line-up of expert speakers.
M&S Beauty has recently welcomed fine fragrance experts Estée Lauder
By Kirsty Doolan
The UK retailer’s Director of Home, Beauty & Furniture Heidi Woodhouse shared 5 helpful insights…
Weighty issue: redesigning manufacturing machinery to meet new needs
By Kirsty Doolan
To address the evolving needs of CPG product manufacturers Mettler Toledo explained why it has redesigned its checkweigher machinery.

Formulating for the future: balancing sustainability, efficacy & costs
By Kirsty Doolan
Achieving sustainability throughout the supply chain is complex. R&D consultancy Sagentia Innovation shared insights on how this could be possible.

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By Kirsty Doolan
A round-up of the latest innovative ingredients for beauty and personal care product formulations.
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By Olivia DeSmit
The physicochemical properties of palm-oil-derived waxes may offer alternatives to animal and petroleum products for cosmetic formulations, says a new study from Colombia.
The antioxidant functionality of two flavonoid compounds derived from green tangerine extract is reportedly twice that of vitamin C. ©Getty Images
By Hui Ling Dang
Ronas Cosmetics, Jeju Technopark, and Korea Invention Promotion Association (KIPA) have signed an agreement to transfer manufacturing technology for a compound derived from Jeju green tangerine, which is reportedly underutilised compared to its high antioxidant…
Scroll through to see more images of Avon's new look...
By Kirsty Doolan
Why did the heritage brand decide to overhaul its visual identity? We spoke to Nick Vaus, the creative director at the agency behind the new look…

Fragrance brand Bastille Parfums has implemented RFID technology for its new fragrance launch
By Kirsty Doolan
With transparency under the microscope due to sustainability demands, issues with counterfeiting, and the upcoming Digital Product Passport initiative, RFID is in the spotlight again.
International beauty and personal care brands maintain a significant market share of the Chinese market
By Kirsty Doolan
If you’re selling into China, here’s how to make the most of this annual shopping holiday, also known as 11:11…
Olaplex’s Oladupé is a faux brand designed to tackle the duping problem
By Simon Pitman
Fueled by social media, the rise of dupe beauty and personal care brands is impacting a broad range of premium players, but hair care brand Olaplex is fighting back in a unique way.
Rituals Cosmetics' CEO Raymond Cloosterman said the first eight years were tough for the business
By Kirsty Doolan
We spoke to the founder of Dutch lifestyle brand Rituals Cosmetics, Raymond Cloosterman, about business expansion, travel-retail and trends in the wellness space.
8 packaging innovations we saw at LuxePack
By Kirsty Doolan
The annual trade show for luxury packaging was filled with innovation. Here are some of the new launches that were unveiled…

Indonesia's regulation calling for the separation of social media and e-commerce poses a significant challenge to the pursuit of an integrated social commerce journey. [Getty Images]
By Amanda Lim
Indonesia's recent trade regulation calling for the separation of social media and e-commerce poses a significant challenge to the pursuit of an integrated social commerce journey, especially for SME brands in the beauty space and beyond.
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By Olivia DeSmit
Scientists at L’Oréal’s Research and Development team found a polymer, abbreviated AAHCP, that can improve sunscreen texture and function, along with increasing the efficiency of SPF factors.
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By Simon Pitman
The dupe beauty trend is playing out throughout the beauty industry, and according to the latest survey results from market intelligence player Mintel, it is having a favorable impact on more affordable makeup brands.
The oral microbiome balance has been shown to affect physical and mental health
By Kirsty Doolan
Numerous studies show that the oral microbiome impacts our systematic health, which means there may be new opportunities for personal care products designed to improve health and wellness.

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