The best of the Testing & Lab area of in-cosmetics Global will be highlighted at a webinar on 14 April hosted by Skinobs and partners.
Lubrizol has entered into a global collaboration project with Suzano, the world’s leading eucalyptus pulp and paper producer, to develop natural-based ingredients using renewable materials for the beauty, personal and home care markets.
Sasol Chemicals and Holiferm have entered into a partnership to jointly develop new biosurfactants and enable the broad commercialisation of sophorolipids.
Fragrance producer Symrise has entered into a project with French research institute CRIEPPAM to ensure healthy supplies of white lavender.
US giant Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has suspended supply of its personal care products in Russia in response to the war in Ukraine.
BASF has launched Verdessence, a trademarked brand for the German chemical giant’s biopolymers made from renewable raw materials for personal care applications.
Laboratoires Expanscience has unveiled its new Calybiota Bio active ingredient in cosmetic products for skin care and intimate hygiene.
Japanese firm Shiseido has granted a licence to Toyo University for the latter to develop cosmetics using green technology.
Wellness company Cellular Goods has appointed Nikhil Vijayan in the newly created role of chief supply chain officer as it seeks to reduce its cost base.
Unilever has taken the wraps off a pilot scheme to further increase traceability and transparency in its global palm oil supply chain.
BASF has started supplying its first sustainable castor ingredients to the personal care industry after becoming the first chemical company to be certified according to the SuCCESS (Sustainable Castor Caring for Environmental & Social Standards) Code.