Solid format bases and natural ingredient manufacturer Stephenson has made a trio of new appointments together with a series of internal promotions following a period of growth.
French natural cosmetic ingredient maker Sophim has completed a €20m ($21.43m) funding round to double its production capacity and accelerate international sales.
The organiser of the in-cosmetics Asia trade show has released a report that delves into the growing impact of indie brands, suppliers, and SMEs on the cosmetic sector in the Asia-Pacific region.
UK personal care ingredient distributor ProTec has promoted Kevin Cousins to the role of group managing director, effective 2 October.
Brenntag has struck a deal to acquire Chemgrit, a speciality chemical distributor headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Austrian personal care ingredient maker Lignovations and UK material science outfit The Unseen Beauty were joint winners of the Sustainability Challenge at the IFSCC 33rd Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Grant Industries business BCR BioComponent Research has expanded its product offering by entering into a partnership with Aethera Biotech to bring COSMOS-approved actives to the US and Canada personal care markets.
Personal care ingredient distributor Barentz International has appointed Peter Boone as its chief executive, effective 1 October.
AGC subsidiary AGC-Si-Tech Co is to increase production capacity of its Resifa Solesphere fine silica used in cosmetics.
Six finalists have been revealed for the annual Laura Marshall Memorial Award for Innovation at the SCS Formulate show in Coventry, UK this November.
Central American personal care ingredient distributor Distribuciones Industriales Variadas (Divsa) has been rebranded as Barentz, effective immediately.
US-based cosmetic ingredient distributor Caribbean Natural Products has appointed Francesca Muia as its vice president of sales and marketing.
The International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists (IFSCC) has revealed the full scientific programme for the 33rd Congress in Barcelona early next month.
Almost half of black Americans think skincare products need to improve for people of colour, according to market research conducted on behalf of Aveeno.
The 2023 renewal of the Singapore Society of Cosmetic Scientists (SCSS) Suppliers’ Day will take place between 13-15 September.
A UK university has launched an undergraduate course that will teach students how to formulate their own cosmetics, from looking at the chemical properties and active ingredients to pitching their products to industry professionals.
US consumers are increasingly searching for purple blush instead of more traditional colours such as pink, according to beauty market researchers Spate.