New York City-based personal care market analysts Spate has revealed the latest hair care trends according to US consumers’ Google searches.
Growing interest in estrogen face cream offers a potentially lucrative opportunity for personal care, according to market analysts Spate.
Cellular Goods has launched an industry-backed petition to invite Google, Meta and other social media companies to remove the ban on the sale and advertising of cannabidiol (CBD) and cannabigerol (CBG) on their platforms.
Cosmetics Cluster UK (CCUK) and the Society of Cosmetic Scientists (SCS) will be co-hosting an ‘Innovation in Action Technology Showcase Challenge’ at the 32nd IFSCC Congress in London this September.
German cosmetic ingredient supplier Rahn has won two Ringier Technology Innovation Awards in China for a pair of actives.
Unilever and biotech outfit Genomatica have launched a $120m venture to scale and commercialise alternatives to palm oil and fossil fuel-derived ingredients for personal care and other applications.
The organisers of the Making Cosmetics trade show in Milan have announced this year’s event will include the inaugural Wise Ingredient awards.
Researchers from Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) in South Africa are developing phytosome nanotechnology to boost the bioavailability of rooibos extracts in skincare formulations.
Parabens found in personal care products cause harmful effects in breast cancer cells of black women, according to a new study.
The New York Senate and Assembly have both passed a bill banning the sale of cosmetics tested on animals from 1 January.
Gattefossé has broken ground on its first North American manufacturing facility in Lufkin city, Texas.
Evonik has started production of Tegosoft MM MB at its Care Solutions organics plant in Shanghai, China.
Malaysian chemicals company KLK Oleo has appointed Ralf Ewering as Chief Sustainability Officer Europe.
Dow has entered into an exclusive engagement with EcoSynthetix to bring bio-based, biodegradable and low-carbon solutions to the personal care industry.
Global Bioenergies has received its first orders totalling several tonnes of its naturally-sourced isododecane product, Isonaturane 12, from a number of major cosmetics players including L’Oréal.
Britain’s University of Bradford is set to launch a programme that will fund skin microbiome research projects.