Rising awareness of the benefits of organic products and increased usage of e-commerce channels are driving the growth of the organic cosmetics and personal care products market. According to Allied Market Research, the global market organic personal care and cosmetics market is expected to grow at a significant CAGR of 5.3% from 2022 to 2031.
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The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the global organic cosmetics and personal care products industry. In the early days of the pandemic, many industries shut down their production units and other operations. The prolonged lockdown across the world and strict regulations on import-export business activities to curb the spread of the virus have disrupted the global supply chain.
On the contrary, the rapid penetration of e-commerce channels has improved the demand for natural and organic cosmetic products across the world. Additionally, during the pandemic, the organic personal care and cosmetics market has witnessed a small increase in demand due to the increase in consumer health and wellness consciousness. However, as the world returns to normal and industries have resumed operations, the market for organic cosmetics and personal care products is expected to recover soon, Allied Market Research said in its report.
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Micellar waters have been used for over 100 years but recently they have gained market interest. The rush for micellar waters and their technologies has been described by mainstream media and blogs as worshipwith followers eagerly accepting new micellar products and companies large and small flooding the space with micellar water. According to Kingpin Market Research, the global micellar water market is expected to reach US$209.3 million by 2026; up from US$147.6 million in 2020, growing at a CAGR of 6.0% between 2021 and 2026.1
Where does this renewed interest in micellar waters come from? And why? The minimalist formulation carried by the clean beauty movement perhaps provides an explanation, as demonstrated by the general simplicity of these formulations. This article explores the long history of micellar waters, their claims and functions, as well as commercial examples. It also attempts to define what they are, in order to understand their recent relevance in the market.
Full of History
Micellar water was described as a resurgence in cleaning practices in France in the early 1900s. As some sources report, in the days before traditional plumbing, local water was harsh on the skin. French pharmacies have therefore developed2 what became known as micellar water for women to use as a gentler cleansing alternative; in particular, the softness aligns with one of the current market trends and is obtained thanks to micelles of surfactants that are less aggressive for the natural lipids of the skin.3-5
Other sources report that water shortages or inaccessibility to tap water6 led to the development of micellar water, but the authors could not find primary documentary sources to support these accounts. However, in a work completed in 1914, the publication of which was delayed until 1919 and 1920 due to World War I, the pioneer of surfactant micelle theory, John McBain, described soaps in terms of ” micelle theory of charged solids”.7, 8 Based on these publications, there may be a grain of truth in the postulated origin of micellar water in Paris in 1918. Decades later, Jean-Noël Thorel, founder of the French pharmaceutical brand Bioderma, was credited as the inventor of micellar water, which the company popularized globally in the 1990s; this claim will be explored in greater depth later.
As noted, France in the 19th and early 20th centuries was characterized by a lack of plumbing and, therefore, a lack of hygiene and cleanliness.9 This was partly due to a lack of privacy, since most houses had no bathroom. As such, bathing meant exposing one’s naked body to others in a shared space, which ran into a taboo regarding morality. These beliefs resulted in a clash between hygiene and decency, which in turn made dirt and body odor virtuous.ten Washing was limited to a quick splash of hands and face about once a week. The idea of daily showers didn’t begin to catch on until the 1970s.
The story of micellar water continues into the 1990s, as it gained popularity among makeup artists who, according to multiple sources, needed to quickly and easily remove makeup from catwalk models repeatedly during fashion shows. Already essential in French pharmacies,11 micellar waters have become known for their powerful cleansing properties without irritating or drying out the skin; one source proclaimed that they melt “cleanly on the skin without irritation, leaving no trace of oil…”.12 This effectiveness, combined with the appeal of French haute couture, could provide another explanation for the market craze for micellar waters.
Claims, Properties and Benefits
Today, micellar water is available worldwide. It is known as a product that looks and feels like water but removes makeup with just a few cotton strokes.12 It is even said to remove the toughest waterproof makeup. Such claims are illustrated by the Kiehl’s brand: “Micellar water is herb infused water (emphasis added) that effectively cleanses the skin and removes make-up without rinsing, rubbing or rubbing that has been used for over a hundred years, first gaining momentum in France, where it was designed to help Parisians avoid d to use the region’s famous hard water on their face.”
By contrast, as noted, Bioderma claims to have invented micellar water in 1995, which is said to have “revolutionized the way people remove makeup and cleanse their skin every day.”13 The present authors have found no patent or patent application to support this invention claim. However, based on its apparent influence in the market, Bioderma’s micellar water deserves closer examination to uncover clues as to its relevance today.
The company reports that its micellar technology is inspired by cellular skin lipids and formulated at a physiological pH of approximately 5.5 with highly purified pharmaceutical water to preserve the skin’s natural protective film.14 The Sensibio H2O product, for example, is said to help prevent pollutants from penetrating the skin and exacerbating sensitivity. It also “respects the biological balance of the skin, essential for maintaining healthy-looking skin”.
A recent study confirms these claims for the Sensibio product. She reports that about 30% of the French population complains at least once a day of unpleasant skin sensations such as itching, tingling or burning. However, the use of Sensibio H2O on particularly sensitive skin, as well as the advice of health professionals, i.e. dermatologists and pharmacists, has made it possible to reduce the impact of these unpleasant sensations from the second day of use.15 Notably, skin sensitivity is another concern among today’s consumers.
Regarding the functions of micellar water, Bioderma explains:16
A The surfactant has two different poles: a hydrophilic (which means that it is soluble in water) and a lipophilic (which captures the particles of fat, the latter being incompatible with water). Each time the surfactant is aggregated, it forms what is called a “micelle”, a structure that has the shape of an invisible microsphere.
OWater alone cannot remove all the dirt particles that accumulate on the skin every day, especially grease. This is the reason why most skin care products contain cleansing agents called surfactants. … [A] wide range of surfactants [is] used in cosmetics, and some of them may prove to be unsuitable or too aggressive for the skin. During cleansing, they interact with the various components of the skin. Too much cleaning, especially with abrasives, is often as harmful as no cleaning at all.
AAll Bioderma micellar waters … use only [a] unique non-ionic, skin-friendly surfactant – a glycerol ester – whose structure is inspired by the lipids already present in the skin. Thus, the natural barrier of the skin is gently cleansed, in a non-aggressive way.
- Kingpin Market Research (2020, August 14). Global Micellar Water Market Report, History and Forecast 2015-2026, Breakdown Data by Manufacturers, Key Regions, Types and Applications. Available at https://www.kingpinmarketresearch.com/global-micellar-water-market-16127273
- Batty, J. (2022). Ultimate Guide To Micellar Water (What It Is, What’s In It, How To Use It. Available at https://jaelbatty.com/micellar/
- Bisharat, V. (2019, September 23). Le 101 on micellar water, the skin secret of French women. Available at https://nakedpoppy.com/blog/the-101-on-micellar-water-french-womens-skin-secret
- Oliver, D. (2016, December 14). What is micellar water and why should you use it? Available at https://www.huffpost.com/entry/micellar-water-skincare_n_55a66a22e4b0896514cfd3c9
- Mitzeliotis, K. (2019, June 15). Micellar water is the facial cleanser you didn’t know you needed. Available at https://www.womenshealthmag.com/beauty/a28071265/micellar-water-1/
- Chen, R. (2020, November 4), What is micellar water and how do I use it? https://www.chatelaine.com/style/beauty/what-is-micellar-water/
- McBain, JW, Laing, ME and Titley, AF (1919). CXIX Colloidal electrolytes; Soap solutions as a type. J Chem Soc Transactions 122 1279-1300.
- McBain, JW and Salmon, CS (1920). Colloidal electrolytes. Soap solutions and their composition. J Amer Chem Soc 42(3) 426-460.
- Zdatny, S. (2012). The French hygiene offensive of the 1950s: a critical moment in the history of morals. J modern history 84(4); available at https://www-journals-uchicago-edu.lynx.lib.usm.edu/doi/full/10.1086/667596#xref_fn18
- Weber, E. (1983). The End of Terroirs: The Modernization of Rural France: 1870-1914. Fayard, Paris.
- Heiser, C. (2021, October 21). These 11 micellar waters make cleaning easier. Available at https://www.byrdie.com/best-micellar-waters-4770736
- Angelle, A., Calaor, JM and Robi, M. (2020, November 14). 13 micellar waters that remove make-up in a single step. Available at https://www.allure.com/gallery/best-micellar-waters
- Bioderma (2020). All about micellar water: how to gently cleanse sensitive skin without overtreating it. Available at https://www.bioderma.sg/your-skin/skin-cleansing/all-about-micellar-water-cleanse-skin-without-overtreating-it
- Bioderma (2020). Sensibio H2O micellar water. Available at https://www.bioderma.us/all-products/sensibio/H20-micellar-water.
- Taieb, C., Gayraud, F., Dinet, D. and Sayag, M. (2021). Interest of the micellar solution to reduce unpleasant cutaneous sensations. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol 14 1017-1022.
- Bioderma (accessed February 7, 2022). All about micellar waters. Available at https://www.bioderma.us/your-skin/skin-cleansing/all-there-know-about-micellar-waters
A local success story, homeware and personal care company Julien launched its digital store after a resounding success in the St. Pete Community Markets scene, with plans underway to eventually open a physical storefront. Julien offers a popular range of self-proclaimed ‘sassy yet elegant’ artisanal creations designed to reflect the happy pleasures of life at the end of a working day.
From candles and lip balms to body lotions and dog soap, Julien’s products are inspired by the things that bring joy to their owners. Namely, cocktails and cannabis. As such, some of their most popular items are Mojito Lip Balm, Cannabis and Champagne Bath Soap, and Blitzed in Capri Shower Sprays. And the #1 seller? The Rich B*tch Sh*t candle.
Owners and partners Julien and Jim have combined their love for pleasurable personal care with their respective backgrounds in wellness products and business to create their sassy yet stylish line of handmade products right here in St. Pete. It’s this entrepreneurial spirit, along with the success they’ve had in local markets, that led the couple to launch their digital marketplace and scale up production of their all-natural products.
Cocktail and Cannabis-Inspired Products Are Catching Attention
While Julien has attracted loyal customers due to the quality of the products, it’s the creativity and aesthetics of their personal care products that have made the company stand out in St. Pete. Everything Julien does has a touch of their personality and originality.
For example, their hand sanitizer has become a fan favorite for unexpected reasons. As the pandemic introduced a glut of sanitizers that smelled like pure ethanol, Julien turned the problem into a solution and created a sanitizer that perfectly matches their after-work happy hour vibes. Their gin and tonic disinfectant spray, named London Sapphire, is made with a harmonious blend of witch hazel, grapefruit, juniper, fragonia and cassia. Spray it on and enjoy your favorite afternoon cocktail.
Don’t disinfect for the job you have; sanitize for whatever happy hour you want.
Julien has also seen demand rise for his tattoo lightening balm, a creation inspired by the two owners’ desire to keep their own tattoos looking shiny and healthy.
“It’s so dry here in the winter,” Jim said, “and you spend so much money on your tattoos. Let’s keep them shiny and hydrated so they look good.
Pets also deserve to be taken care of
Of course, humans aren’t the only creatures in need of comfort. Two surprise sensations for Julien have been concocted for their four-legged friends. Their Bark Bubbles Dog Soap is designed to help dogs relieve itchy, sensitive skin and carries a ginger cookie scent inspired by dog treats. The all-natural soap contains olive and coconut oil and comes in a pack of five cute paw-shaped soaps.
And far from it the idea for Julien to reserve indulgence only for humans and their dogs. Their catnip-infused Purrrfect Balls – “for the custom-made feline” – have become a favorite toy for owners to give their cats.
Julien is a labor of love, meant to spread the love
As a business, Julien started when the owners made their first candle, the Cannabis and Champagne candle. While the vision of the entire company had yet to take root, this first product was the perfect starting point for a line based on after-work fun.
It was Julien himself, the company’s namesake, who had operated in wellness for years, having taught yoga, worked for Tiffany and Co. and ran his own business. Inspired by his partner (and the company’s businessman), Julien decided to use his experience to make products that would make others happy.
“I love gifts, but I also love wellness and all these different things,” Julien explained. “So I merged all my hobbies into one thing. The inspiration behind that was wanting to create what I love.
“We try to live our best life, so we want all of our customers to live their best life as well,” he continued. “It’s what our business is about.”
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People of color have long been excluded from the beauty industry. Face makeup like foundation lacks inclusive and encompassing shades, hair care products leave out many hair types, and skin care products are formulated with no melanin in mind. In recent years, there has been an increased awareness of these shortcomings in the beauty industry. Brands created by people of color, like Topicals, Eadem, hyper-skinand Rose Ingleton MD — heralded a new era where over 40 foundation shades are the norm and melanin-rich skin is included in pre-launch research and testing, closing the glaring gap with incredible success.
One of the most significant subcategories where innovation and inclusion has taken place is in hyperpigmented skincare products. First for some basics: Dr. Dendy EngelmanMD, FACMS, FAAD, Board Certified Cosmetic Dermatologist, explains, “Hyperpigmentation occurs when an area of skin appears darker than the skin around it due to the presence of higher amounts of melanin (pigment). It can occur naturally as a birthmark or be caused by a variety of factors, including sun exposure, acne scarring, aging, or certain skin conditions.”
Anyone can get hyperpigmentation, but it’s a condition more commonly seen in people of color, according to Dr. Engelman and a multitude of studies. The lack of inclusion is especially odious when you consider that “not only is hyperpigmentation more common in people of color, it also tends to be longer lasting and more difficult to treat,” says Dr. Engelman.
The discrepancy is so glaring that it is actually harmful. When I previously spoke to the founder of Topicals, Olamide Olowe for Restlessness, she told me that many anti-blemish products are formulated with resorcinol and hydroquinone, which studies have shown to be harmful for melanin-rich skin. Known as permanent death of pigment cellsthese ingredients can cause dark spots to turn blue-black or gray-blue.
I’ve been using Topicals Faded Serum for a year – long enough to go through three tubes, and I won’t be stopping anytime soon. Before I get into the praise, I would like to note that I started writing this article a few months ago and had to put it aside because the serum was constantly running out. It’s currently in stock, so heed my warning and add it to cart while you can.
The sulfur in the formula makes the serum smell a bit like Nair, which I don’t mind because IMO the most effective, no-frills skincare smells funky (I make intense eye contact with the infamous toner P50 of Biological Research).
The serum contains niacinamide, azelaic acid and tranexamic acid, which help prevent acne, fade dark spots, even skin tone and accelerate cell turnover, among other things. I use this serum daily and have never experienced any irritation despite my very sensitive skin. When new brown spots appear on my skin, they are not as dark as they were before and I feel reassured knowing that Faded will make them disappear anyway.
Eadem is another runaway success founded by POC. It’s in stock now but there are often months when it’s impossible to get your hands on a bottle. The serum targets three concerns: the main one is the reduction of dark spots and the peripheral benefits increase the radiance and firmness of the skin.
The formula was created and clinically tested specifically on women of color, according to the brand. The result is a serum that treats hyperpigmentation and improves a glowing complexion without the side effects of lightening or changing the overall skin tone.
Though still under the radar, the dermatologist’s namesake brand is clean, vegan, and frequently mentioned by beauty industry insiders. Key ingredients are peptides for collagen production, malic acid for chemical exfoliation and smoother skin, and citric acid, which, like vitamin C, brightens and evens skin tone.
Hyper Skin Serum for Hyperpigmentation and Dark Spots is another example of a great product created by POC. The brand points out that Vitamin C Brightening Serum for Dark Spots is free of hydroquinone, one of the previously mentioned ingredients responsible for permanent cell death in melanin-rich skin.
An ingredient list of Vitamin C, Licorice, and Kojic Acid is a powerful combination that fades even the oldest, stubborn dark spots and scars.
NEWARK, New Jersey, February 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to a report published by The Brainy Insights, the global acetone market is expected to grow from $4.05 billion in 2020 for $7.01 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 7.25% over the forecast period 2021-2028.
Acetone has various applications in multiple industries such as electronics, automotive, personal and household care, and pharmaceuticals. Acetone is used in cosmetics and personal care products, and its most common application is in the formulation of nail polish removers. Acetone is also found in varnishes, paints and lacquers, and is used as a solvent in the rubber and leather industries.
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Acetone, also known as propanone, is a colorless solvent widely used in the manufacture of plastics and other industrial products. It is an organic chemical that contains oxygen, hydrogen and carbon atoms. Acetone is produced in nature by forest fires, trees and plants, and volcanic eruptions, and in the human body as a natural byproduct of metabolism. It is a volatile and flammable liquid, which can break down super glue and leave denatured alcohol.
The global acetone market is expected to witness rapid growth over the forecast period, driven by growing demand from various end-use industries. Excessive use of acetone might have a negative impact on health, which is expected to hamper the market growth over the forecast period. However, the growing demand for acetone from Asia Pacific and Latin America should offer lucrative growth opportunities in the years to come.
The major companies operating in the global acetone market are INEOS, Royal Dutch Shell plc, Cepsa, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., ALTIVIA, LCY GROUP, Formosa Chemicals & Fiber Corporation, Prasol Chemicals Pvt. Ltd., EMCO Limited, BASF SE, Reliance Industries Limited and KUMHO P&B CHEMICALS, INC., among others. The major players are now focusing on implementing strategies such as adoption of new technologies, product innovations, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, alliances and partnerships to enhance their market position in the global acetone industry.
- In July 2019INEOS has announced plans to build a global Cumene unit in Marl, Germany for the production of phenol and acetone. The new 750,000 tonne plant will meet future customer demand and improve security of supply to INEOS factories in Gladbeck and Antwerp.
- In August 2019, Altivia acquired Dow’s Acetone Derivatives business and related chemical manufacturing assets. This acquisition aims to provide global market access and downstream expansion of its acetone production capacity.
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The technical grades segment accounted for the largest market share and was valued at $3.52 billion in 2020
The rank type segment is divided into specialist rank and technical rank. The technical grades segment accounted for the largest market share and was valued at $3.52 billion in 2020, owing to the growing demand for technical grade acetone in various industries. This is mainly due to its cost effectiveness and wide availability in the market.
The solvent segment held the leading market share of 35.22% in 2020
The application segment includes methyl methacrylate (MMA), bisphenol A (BPA), solvents and others. The solvent segment held a major market share of 35.22% in 2020, owing to the growing use of solvents in various industrial and personal care applications. It is widely used in personal care products such as nail polish remover and skin and hair care product formulations.
The personal care industry held the leading market share of 35.26% in 2020
The end-user segment includes cosmetics and personal care, electronics, construction, automotive, pharmaceutical, agricultural chemicals, paints, coatings, adhesives and others. The personal care industry held a major market share of 35.26% in 2020. Face creams, nail polish remover and lotions contain acetone to dilute the product. Thus, the increasing use of acetone as a solvent and denaturant in the personal care industry is driving the growth of the market.
Regional Segment Analysis of Acetone Market
- North America (WE, Canada, Mexico)
- Europe (Germany, FranceUK, Italy, SpainRest of Europe)
- Asia Pacific (ChinaJapan India, rest of APAC)
- South America (Brazil and rest of South America)
- Middle East & Africa (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, South Africarest of the MEA)
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Regions analyzed for the market include North America, Europe, South America, Asia Pacificand Middle East & Africa. the Asia Pacific The region accounted for the major market share in the global acetone market and was valued at $1.66 billion in 2020. This is due to the highest production and consumption of acetone in the region. In addition to this, many international companies are moving their manufacturing base to the Asia Pacific region, due to the high availability of raw materials and the overall profitability of production. In addition, emerging countries such as India and Chinahave the highest demand for acetone for different industry verticals. North America The region is expected to hold the predominant market share in the global acetone market, owing to the growing demand for acetone for the production of solvents for different applications. In addition to this, the growing personal care and cosmetics industry in the region is further driving the growth of the market.
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Dublin, 15 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Cosmetics Market (2022 Edition) – Analysis by Product Category (Skincare, Haircare, Makeup, Others), by Distribution Channel, by Region, by Country: Overview of the Market and Forecast with Impact of COVID-19 (2021-2026)” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
The global cosmetics market was valued at USD 307.69 billion in 2020.
The huge demand for cosmetics is influenced by people’s awareness of the benefits of cosmetics for their skin and hair, which has increased their average spending on cosmetics.
Moreover, the rising trend of sunscreen products, night skin repair creams, cool face mists is expected to boost the demand for cosmetic products in the future, paving the way for the growth of the market during of the forecast period 2021-2026.
Based on the product category segment, the skincare category is expected to witness the fastest growth over the forecast period. Many skin issues such as pollution, sun protection, work stress reaching near epidemic levels are driving interest in skin care products.
Additionally, there is a growing desire for health-promoting and self-care products, as well as the ability of social media to empower and inform consumers more quickly, and, perhaps most importantly, the ability of new technologies to simplify unusually complex choices. that consumers face when dealing with skincare brands.
Asia-Pacific is estimated to be the fastest growing region in the cosmetics market, driven by growing concerns over health and hygiene, personal attractiveness, and growing demand for natural and organic beauty products and many others. China, Japan, South Korea, India are the main cosmetic markets in the world.
The online segment is expected to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period. The benefits of e-commerce have accrued not only to businesses but also to customers in terms of cost and a wide range of possibilities.
In addition, the Internet distribution method has attracted new customers with increasing demand for cosmetics worldwide. The rise of the fashion and entertainment industries in major emerging countries, including the United States, France and South Korea, has boosted the demand for cosmetics.
While consumers in major metropolises are opting for online retail and e-commerce for most of their purchases, the trend is slowly penetrating non-metropolitan cities as well.
The report tracks competitive developments, strategies, mergers and acquisitions, and new product development.
Companies analyzed in the report include
Main topics covered:
1. Report Scope and Methodology
1.1 Scope of the report
1.2 Research methodology
1.3 Executive Summary
2. Strategic Recommendations
3. Cosmetics Market: Product Overview
4. Global Cosmetics Market: An Analysis
4.1 Market Size, by Value, Year 2016-2026
4.2 Impact of COVID-19 on the Cosmetics Market
4.3 Global Cosmetics Market
5. Global Cosmetics Market: Segment Analysis by Products
5.1 Global Cosmetics Market Segmentation, by Product Category (Value)
5.2 Cosmetics Market Competitive Scenario: By Product Category (2020 & 2026)
5.3 Skin Care Market by Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
5.4 Hair Care Market by Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
5.5 By Makeup Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
5.6 By Others – Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
6. Global Cosmetics Market: Segment Analysis by Distribution Channel
6.1 Global Cosmetics Market Segmentation, by Distribution Channel (Value)
6.2 Global Cosmetics Market Competitive Scenario: By Distribution Channel (2020 & 2026)
6.3 By Size and Offline Market Forecast (2016-2026)
6.4 By Online Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
7. Global Cosmetics Market: Regional Analysis
7.1 Global Cosmetics Market Competitive Scenario: By Region (2020 & 2026)
8. Americas Cosmetics Market: An Analysis (2016-2026)
8.1 Americas Cosmetics Market by Value: Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
8.2 Americas Cosmetics Market: Leading Companies
8.3 Americas Cosmetics Market: Segment Analysis
8.4 Market Segmentation by Product Category (Skincare, Haircare, Makeup, Others)
8.5 Market Segmentation by Distribution Channel (Offline, Online)
8.6 Americas Cosmetics Market: Country Analysis
8.7 Table Americas Cosmetics Market Market Opportunity – By Country, By Value (Year 2026)
8.8 Americas Cosmetics Market Competitive Scenario by Countries (2020 & 2026)
8.9 United States Cosmetics Market: Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
8.10 United States Cosmetics Market Segmentation by Product Category, Distribution Channel (2016-2026)
8.11 Canada Cosmetics Market: Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
8.12 Canada Cosmetics Market Segmentation by Product Category, Distribution Channel (2016-2026)
8.13 Brazil Cosmetics Market: Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
8.14 Brazil Cosmetics Market Segmentation by Product Category, Distribution Channel (2016-2026)
9. European Cosmetics Market: An Analysis (2016-2026)
10. APAC Cosmetics Market: An Analysis (2016-2026)
11. Global Cosmetics Market Dynamics
11.1 Global Cosmetics Market Drivers
11.2 Global Cosmetics Market Constraints
11.3 Global Cosmetics Market Trends
12. Market attractiveness and strategic analysis
12.1 Global Cosmetics Market Market Attractiveness Chart – By Product Category (Year 2026)
12.2 Market Attractiveness Chart of Global Cosmetics Market – By Distribution Channel (Year 2026)
12.4 Market Attractiveness Chart of Global Cosmetics Market – By Region (Year 2026)
15. Competitive Landscape
15.1 Global Major Companies Market Share
15.2 SWOT Analysis – Global Cosmetics Market
15.3 Porter Five Force Analysis – Global Cosmetics Market
16. Company Profiles (company description, financial analysis, business strategy)
16.3 Procter & Gamble Company
16.4 Estee Lauder Companies Inc.
16.5 Shiseido Company
16.6 Johnson & Johnson
16.7 Kao Corporation
16.8 Beiersdorf AG
16.9 Coty Inc.
16.10 Natura & Co.
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Aldie, VA, Feb. 15 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The beauty and personal care market is not only one of the fastest growing segments in India, but also one where the dynamics keep changing based on trends driven by customers and changes in their lifestyles. Today’s consumer is more awake than ever, thanks to the plethora of information on the Internet and other knowledge-sharing forums where they have access to endless recommendations and products. However, new era consumer preferences are becoming more specific. They want products and services tailored to their needs and to what they enjoy living the most.
There’s no doubt that popular and well-established brands enjoy massive revenue from carefully curated consumer-centric strategies that resonate with consumers and entice them to use their products. The insights go a long way in helping brands better understand their consumers to deliver unique offers that work for them.
For example, a recent study of customer reviews for beauty and personal care products by Clootrack shows that customers love easy-to-use products above all other criteria. Beauty brands in the United States need to be aware of this to develop their products in unique and easy-to-use ways. The common consensus says that these products make it easier for consumers to get through the day without smudging or smudging.
The future of beauty and cosmetics lies in ease of use
Who knows if cosmetic consumers are turning out to be lazy or if they have always preferred easy-to-use products, but the pandemic has definitely changed their demands. Modern beauty and cosmetics consumers are looking for products that they can use quickly with minimal fuss or involvement on their part, especially when it comes to self-care.
Data derived from Clootrack’s beauty and cosmetics customer experience tracking shows what really changed the beauty industry in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. In a study of nearly 388,000 customer reviews from e-commerce buyers, ease of use emerged as the most critical factor influencing purchasing decisions in the beauty and cosmetics industry. Believe it or not, we all know why.
We have all been through the difficult times that Covid has brought to our lives. It disrupted virtually every aspect of our lives, including our beauty routines. As most of us were confined to our spaces, the service industry across all sectors had to suffer a huge setback. But even during these times, the global beauty and cosmetics industry that includes skincare, haircare, makeup, fragrances, and hair tools and accessories has actually accelerated in many ways. .
As stress took over the mundane routines of millions, beauty and grooming lovers were forced to figure things out for themselves. This basically meant becoming your own “hairdresser”, “dermatologist” and “manicurist” as salons and spas closed overnight. Growth in the beauty and cosmetics space is largely driven by multiple factors, including environmentally friendly products, chemical-free products, and easy-to-use products. However, reviews of genuine products clearly indicate that critical factors such as price and quality of the product diminish the main pleasure factor, i.e. the ease of use of the product.
Monika Blunder, celebrity makeup artist and founder of Monika Blunder Beauty, believes “less is more” and explains how simple, easy-to-use products can be used for subtle touch-ups to give the look of flawless skin without having to finish with a correlative gaze for eyes or lips. This is exactly what the recent study on beauty and cosmetic products illustrates, which talks about the main stimuli that trigger online purchases in the American beauty market.
Source: Clootrack, beauty and cosmetics customer experience monitoring tool
The data is very clear: ease of use is the most sought-after feature in cosmetics in 2021. Clearly, women are resorting to purchasing easy-to-use cosmetics to reduce their trips to salons and be in security. These changes resulting from the COVID-19 crisis are likely to be permanent. A beauty business that understands and takes substantial action is more likely to emerge victorious. And guess what, now they know that victory in the battle for beauty product superiority comes from using three little words: Ease of Use.
What do customers mean by ease of use?
But there is more to these findings, something that can help brands improve customer satisfaction and achieve their business goals in the near future. The detailed report also shows which factors are now driving customer experience in the beauty and cosmetics industries and brands have a key takeaway.
What are the driving factors of customer experience in the beauty and cosmetics industries?
Source: Clootrack, beauty and cosmetics customer experience monitoring tool
97% of customer reviews in this category favor cosmetic products that are easy to use and “simple to apply”. If we go into detail, a product that comes with an easy process, glides on effortlessly while applying, and can be washed off easily are the main factors for cosmetic buyers. Well, after going through the insightful results of this Clootrack market report, we can say that brands that have figured out this secret have proven to perform better than many other brands that don’t have a consumer-centric approach. This leaves us with one last question.
Is “ease of use” the biggest driver of customer experience across all beauty product categories?
Especially yes! With the exception of skin care and makeup, other categories including hair care, hair tools and accessories, foot, hand and nail care, and shaving all showed that the ” ease of use” was the primary driver of enjoyment.
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In a recent article published in the journal Materialsthe researchers reviewed the literature and patents on the use of polyhedral oligosilsesquioxanes (POSS/SSQ) and their derivatives as constituents in the cosmetics industry. The review also addressed production strategies for these chemicals.
To study: Silsesquioxanes in the cosmetics industry — Applications and prospects. Image Credit: Vladimir Zotov/Shutterstock.com
The growing demand for creative and effective personal care products is prompting manufacturers to develop new formulas that will meet the needs of their customers. When producing new cosmetic products, various factors must be considered, including appearance, rheology, consistency, ease of removal, and function. Over the years, silicones have garnered considerable attention in modern cosmetics due to their varying solubility and distinct properties.
General diagram of the different categories of silsesquioxane: (a) random (T-resin, polysilsesquioxane); (b) ladder; (vs) T-series cage; (D) homosilsesquioxane; (and) double-decker bus; (F) disilanol; (g) trisilanol; (h) tetrasilanol. Image credit: Olejnik, A et al., Materials
Among the various silicones, silsesquioxanes have gained popularity in the cosmetic sector in recent years. These chemicals have been proposed for use as emollients, dispersants and viscosity modifiers in new cosmetic formulations. A specific POSS present in a formulation could provide solubility or compatibility advantages.
However, there are few reports available in the literature that discuss the usefulness of POSS derivatives in cosmetics. Moreover, an in-depth review of patents related to the use of silsesquioxanes in cosmetic formulations is still lacking.
About the study
In the present study, researchers investigated the macromolecular and molecular structures of various POSS derivatives and their polymer hybrids. After a brief overview of the structure and nomenclature of POSS, many synthetic techniques of silsesquioxanes, such as hydrolytic (oligo) condensation and corner capping, were discussed. Further, the preparation of silsesquioxane/polysilsesquioxane resins by strong acid or base catalyzed hydrolysis and polycondensation of alkoxysilanes has been elucidated.
Additionally, post-functionalization of the POSS cage via catalytic and non-catalytic modifications of silsesquioxane systems has been illustrated.
An extensive literature review was performed to analyze patent applications relating to the use of silsesquioxanes in cosmetic and personal care formulations. The importance of silsesquioxanes as an ingredient in cosmetic products has been assessed. The multitude of applications and multifunctionality of POSS chemical compounds have been explored.
Various silsesquioxane derivatives dedicated to personal care have been presented as examples. Applications of POSS derivatives in color cosmetics, nail care, hair care, and skin care products have also been demonstrated. Furthermore, the future prospects of polysilsesquioxanes and their derivatives in the cosmetics industry were discussed.
An open-cage silsesquioxane trisilanol wedge capping procedure; (a)-a product of silanol groups capped with monochlorosilanes; (b)—a cage T8 true corner overlay product with trichlorosilane. Image credit: Olejnik, A et al., Materials
In this review, researchers observed that polysilsesquioxanes and polysilsesquioxane resins were the most common structural forms in patent applications related to the field of silsesquioxanes/cosmetics and silsesquioxanes/personal care for the year 1990-2021. In cosmetic compositions, these forms were much more common than structurally pure polyhedral forms.
Discoveries subject to intellectual property protection in major international markets from 2000 to 2020 were led by L’Oréal (nearly 30% of all patent applications). Kose Corp. was in second place with more than 8%, followed by Henkel with 4% and The Procter & Gamble Company with 3%. Japanese companies such as Shiseido Nippon Fine Chemical, Kao and Sinopec have also used SSQ.
The increase in the number of patent applications was linear and did not exceed 10 to 20% on an annual basis between 2005 and 2020. The impact of the epidemic on the drop in the number of reports in 2020-2021 has also been visible.
According to detailed analyzes of the content of applications, silsesquioxanes appear to play a role similar to functional polysiloxanes; however, they differ from polysiloxane analogs due to the higher equivalent of functional groups per unit mass and the condensed and nonlinear nature of their structure.
Furthermore, based on the detailed review of numerous studies, polysilsesquioxanes and their various hybrids, such as polysilsesquioxane-siloxane resins or copolymers, have been shown to be an acceptable choice for both cost-effective and high-performance cosmetic formulations.
Several patent applications in the area of silsesquioxanes/cosmetics and silsesquioxanes/personal care (based on the Google Patents database). Image credit: Olejnik, A et al., Materials
In conclusion, this review elucidates the use of silsesquioxanes in cosmetics which was first reported in the late 1960s and early 1970s. However, the cosmetics industry only experienced a boom in mid-1990s, and this boom was caused by the rapid growth and increasing importance of cosmetics in the global market.
The boom has also been attributed to extensive research into the influence of SSQs on complex systems including water-based media, emulsions, polymers, and other materials, which has led to their widespread use of SSQs. Economic factors and rapid advances in this field have facilitated the use of this group of chemicals in the cosmetics and personal care industry.
Overall, this review highlights that polysilsesquioxane structures have substantial advantage in practical applications, as evidenced by various studies and patents that provide data on a variety of characteristics, including film and color stability, UV protection, coating strength, etc.
This could be attributed to the significant difference between the manufacturing cost of disordered structures and molecular molecules. The authors believe that the modeling of functional characteristics, the minimization of production costs and the development of multifunctional polysilsesquioxanes are the goals of future research on the use of silsesquioxanes in the cosmetic sector.
Olejnik, A., Sztorch, B., Brzakalski, D. et al. Silsesquioxanes in the cosmetics industry – Applications and perspectives. Docs 15(3), 1126 (2022). https://www.mdpi.com/1996-1944/15/3/1126
Consumer testing has been applied to testing various personal care products such as skin care, hair care, sun care, makeup, or toiletries. targeting a multitude of consumer types. With the digitized evolution from how to shop, but also the personification of personal care itself, these testing methods address the importance to beauty brands of be closer to consumers and their new expectations around the world.
Since the origin of the Beauty industry, consumer tests have offered the possibility of scientifically evaluating, globally or separately, simultaneously, the tolerance, organoleptic properties, insights, perceived performance and overall satisfaction of products.
For two years and the appearance of Covid, consumer perceptions have been very important elements in measuring the impact of wearing a mask on the properties of the face care (moisturizer, foundation, non-comedogenic). It is the best way to know better the performance of skin care when the conditions of temperature, pH, Co2, friction change noticeably.
Claims evaluated by consumer testing must not be misleading and must provide sufficient grounds for consumers. IN EU, UK and ASEAN – depending on specific claims for US, Canada, Korea, Japan and China – they must comply with the 6 common criteria provided for in EU Regulation 655/2013, which include compliance with legislation, truthfulness, evidence, adequate and verifiable, sincerity, fairness, informed choice. Information such as name, description, brands and images must be useful, clear, fair, truthful, understandable and objective.
The information obtained through these consumer tests is used for a variety of purposes, including screening of prototypes, competitive evaluations, product development, objectification of tolerance and efficacy. It allows to justify all types of claims on all types of subjects for finished products but also for active ingredients.
The multiple advantages of these protocols
Good cost/results ratio for a fast and reliable methodology,
Large panels targeting different types of consumers and ethnicities all over the world,
Dedicated terminology and specific questionnaire. Variety of self-assessment systems: scales, all that applies (CATA) check question with simple comparative tests and structured questions regarding the extent of acceptance.
Knowledge of the behaviors behind shopping habits and beauty routines.
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Study results with many benefits
Multi-criteria evaluation: tolerance, efficacy, texture,
Expert control and statistical analysis and scientific data,
Easily understood by consumers.
The personal care industry is aware that more information is needed to determine why products are well received by consumers. For product development and the definition of marketing and communication strategies, this information is crucial to ensure that the product experience corresponds to the branding and the product message. Additionally, these test protocols help both marketing and R&D teams, providing a great opportunity to better understand consumer satisfaction. It helps to communicate better with target users and increase market success. Finally, the product whose safety and effectiveness have been evaluated by the panels becomes a more reliable option in the minds of consumers.
NEW YORK, January 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The global propanediol market is estimated at US$20.6 million in 2022, and should reach a valuation of US$29 million by 2032, expanding to a CAGR of 3.5% over the forecast period 2022-2032.
1,3 Propanediol is endowed with superior sensory characteristics and hence it is widely used in the personal care industry as a skin-penetrating enhancer, emollient and solvent with moisturizing properties.
Attributed to these factors, the consumption of propanediol in personal care and cleaning products has gained momentum and is expected to see a decent increase in demand.
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According to the latest industry analysis by Fact.MR, a market research and competitive intelligence provider, global propanediol consumption over the past half-decade has been growing at a CAGR of approximately 1.3%, while global consumption by volume at the end of 2021 stood at around 10.2 kilotons. Consumption of petrochemical-based PDO is expected to be concentrated in the regions discussed, owing to high disposable income and the growing trend of using bio-based propanediol personal care products. In addition, consumers in these regions spend relatively more than their Asia Pacific counterparts.
“Consumer preference for bio-based chemicals promoting the use of propanediol in skin care products”. The gentle properties of propanediol for the skin are mainly due to its natural sources. Since the chemical is naturally derived, its demand for bio-based propanediol has seen an increase owing to the shift in consumer preference from synthetic to herbal products.
Propanediol has been identified as the perfect substance that can retain and attract moisture from the atmosphere by absorption. The water absorption capacity of the chemical is high compared to others.
Propanediol Market Size (2021A)
Forecast market value (2032F)
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Market share of the 2 main propanediol manufacturers
Key points to remember:
- Major companies in the propanediol market have shifted their focus from synthetic skincare products to biologics, which has driven the demand for bio-based propanediol.
- Propanediol consumption in personal care is expected to increase at a CAGR of approximately 3.5% over the decade while being rated at US DOLLARS$ 29.2 Mn by 2032-end.
- The strong demand for cosmetic products of natural origin stimulates the consumption of PDO.
- Attributed to the properties of bio-based propanediol coupled with consumer preference to buy green branded products, the demand for this bio-based chemical is boosted.
- Consumer preference for bio-based chemicals Boosting the use of propanediol in skincare products.
- The production of propanediol for its emollient function is poised to show substantial growth during the projected forecast period.
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- Market players invest in innovation and R&D. Moreover, the major players in the industry, over the last half decade, have increased their production capacities, helping them to gain high segmental revenue share in the market.
- DuPont Tate & Lyle Organic Products
- DSM & Metabolic Explorer
- Haihang Industry
- Zhangjiagang Glory Chemical Industry Co. Ltd.
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Key Segments Covered in the Propanediol Industry Survey:
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- PDO derived from petrochemicals
- Biosourced PDO
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- PDO palm oil free
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- Propanediol for personal care
- Facial care products
- Hair care products
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- Propanediol for Cosmetics
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- North America Propanediol Market
- Propanediol market in Latin America
- European propanediol market
- Propanediol market in East Asia
- South Asia & Oceania Propanediol Market
- Middle East and the propanediol market in Africa
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By developing strong products, LG Household & Health Care (LG H&H) said it can reduce its dependence on plastic packaging.
For example, its beauty bars are packaged in paper while the toothpaste powder is packaged in a metal jar.
In addition, the solid format would reduce water consumption, transport and packaging costs.
According to the company, a 100 gram beauty bar can be as long as a 600 gram bottle of liquid soap.
The company worked with Donggubat, a social enterprise that hires people with special needs and specializes in producing strong personal care products.
Donggubat has previously collaborated with Olive Young, Atomy, Aromantica, and Unpa to create various solid beauty products. She also manufactures and sells her own solid beauty products.
In this case, it has partnered with LG H&H to develop a body and face bar for Veilment, shampoo bars for Dr. Groot and Elastin, and toothpaste powder for Himalayan Pink Salt.
According to LG H&H, the formulations are biodegradable and use a range of ingredients, such as ceramide, hyaluronic acid, peptides as well as botanicals.
Under the Dr. Groot brand, the company has developed an anti-dandruff shampoo bar for weakened hair. The formula contains biotin and caffeine as well as botanicals like houttuynia cordata, or heart leaf.
Plus, it also uses alpha hydroxy acids and beta hydroxy acids along with its patented anti-dandruff ingredient to fight dandruff.
As the name suggests, Himalayan Pink Salt Powder Toothpaste contains Himalayan Pink Salt to prevent bad breath and gum disease.
LG H&H is a South Korean personal care conglomerate that owns a slew of international beauty brands, including History of Whoo, The Face Shop and Su:m37.
The K-beauty giant said its zero-waste product launches reflect the growing green consumer movement among its beauty consumers.
These launches are in line with LG H&H’s Social Governance (ESG) goals to promote resource recycling and promote a circular economy.
The company has set a goal to use 200 tonnes of recycled plastic in its products by 2025.
This follows the company’s foray into recycled beauty in September, when it signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Korean start-up Urban Miners to explore how to recycle discarded coffee grounds as raw material. first for its cosmetics.
LG H&H has also developed the Perioe Hempharmx toothbrush which is made from an eco-friendly resin made from raw materials extracted from naturally biodegradable corn starch.
Additionally, it aims to increase the number of clean beauty products in its portfolio.
By 2025, it expects 50% of products to be clean beauty products, meaning products will need to consider its environmental footprint.
The company completed the product lineup of its first-ever vegan makeup brand, Belif x VDL in November, adding seven more products to the existing lineup.
Good Glamm Group, a content-to-commerce conglomerate, announced on Sunday that it has acquired a majority stake in beauty and personal care brand Organic Harvest, for an undisclosed amount.
Good Glamm will invest extra ₹75 crore in brand growth. The transaction marks Good Glamm Group’s foray into the bio PCB category, according to a statement.
“Organic Harvest was primarily an offline first brand. Now, as part of the Good Glamm Group, Organic Harvest will be able to leverage the group’s large digital audience,” said Darpan Sanghvi, Founder and CEO of Good Glamm Group.
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He added that Organic Harvest will have access to data-driven insights from the group’s content platforms on what consumers are looking for, as well as a strategic approach to influencer marketing with the full suite of services. and influencer marketing solutions from Good Creator Co to create meaningful campaigns with measurable results. RCI.
Sanghvi also said these campaigns will be integrated with Organic Harvest’s product development engine to accelerate the creation, launch and commercialization of skin and personal care products.
Launched in 2013 by Rahul Agarwal, Organic Harvest will continue to operate as an independent entity.
“Organic Harvest has over 700 employees. Yes, they have all been absorbed into the business. The Good Glamm Group-Organic Harvest partnership was born out of a shared vision to leverage content to commerce to exponentially grow organic BPC (beauty and personal care category).
“To go further, Good Glamm will invest even more ₹75 crore in brand growth,” said Organic Harvest CEO Rahul Agarwal.
He added that Organic Harvest has a current revenue rate of ₹75 crore and targets a revenue rate of ₹250 crores by March 2023.
Agarwal will work closely with Darpan Sanghvi, Priyanka Gill and Naiyya Saggi, co-founders of Good Glamm Group, as well as Sukhleen Aneja (CEO Beauty and FMCG Brands at Good Glamm Group) to accelerate Organic Harvest’s presence in India and globally. .
This acquisition continues the Good Glamm Group’s approach of acquiring innovative, fast-growing beauty brands in important BPC categories, and propelling them through a content-to-commerce strategy.
Brands associated with Good Glamm Group include MyGlamm, POPxo, Plixxo, BabyChakra, The Moms Co, ScoopWhoop, St Botanica, MissMalini Entertainment, Sirona Hygiene, Vidooly and Winkl.
Earlier this month Plixxo, MissMalini, Winkl and Vidooly parted company with Good Glamm Group. And, Good Creator Co, India’s largest creator ecosystem, was launched.
The Good Glamm Group’s current revenue is approximately $150 million and is expected to reach $250 million by March 2022. It completed acquisitions worth $270 million in 2021 using a combination of $100 million in cash and the balance of stock exchanges and earn-outs.
It is targeting IPO in FY23-24. In November 2021, Good Glamm Group entered the unicorn club with a valuation of $1.2 billion and raised $150 million from Warburg Pincus and Prosus Ventures. PTI SR HRS hours
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- Following the release of new hair loss products, Hims & Hers is selling its hair care assortment through physical stores and the Walmart website, the telehealth platform announced on Thursday.
- Walmart shoppers can purchase Hers Triple Threat Shampoo, Hims Thick Fix System, Hers Minoxidil 5% Topical Foam and other Hims and Hers hair loss products online and in more than 1,400 stores.
- On January 13, the company launched its first line of prescription hair loss products for women: Oral Spironolactone Pill and Topical Finasteride and Minoxidil Spray. Customers can purchase both products after a telehealth consultation on the Hers platform, according to an emailed announcement.
Overview of the dive:
Hims & Hers has spent the last year adding more retail partners to its roster amid a growing assortment of products.
In July, Urban Outfitters introduced Hims’ Blur Stick Concealer for Men and other personal care products on its website, the first time the retailer offered a makeup product for men. Last October, The Vitamin Shoppe started selling Hims & Hers hair care products in-store and online, and the following month, Walgreens added Him and her supplements, sexual health products and wellness items in stores and online. For Hims & Hers, the collaboration with Walmart is part of its effort to reach a broader market of consumers, the company noted in its announcement.
“Since our founding, our goal has been to provide quality health and wellness, including hair care and hair loss products, in the most convenient way possible for consumers,” said Melissa Baird. , chief operating officer of Hims & Hers, in a statement. “We are thrilled to partner with such a well-known and well-known name as Walmart as part of our strategy to bring our products to consumers wherever they are across the country.”
By attracting more business partners, the telehealth platform has also added more products to its assortment. In September, skincare was in the spotlight, as Hims & Hers unveiled a Night Anti-Aging Duo and a personalized Hers Clear Skin System. Recently, it’s hair loss: the Oral Spironolactone product launched last week is intended to slow hair loss and regrowth, and the company’s Topical Finasteride and Minoxidil Spray was created to treat hair loss in postmenopausal women, the company said in a note to Retail Dive.
1 – Next stage of growth? Company behind Perfect Diary refocuses on skincare as makeup fades
Yatsen Holdings, the company behind popular makeup brand Perfect Diary, is focusing its efforts and resources on skincare, which it believes will be key to the company’s future growth.
Founded in 2016, Chinese cosmetics unicorn is one of China’s most successful beauty brands. The company’s flagship brand, Perfect Diary, claims to be one of the top makeup brands in China by online retail sales value.
However, the company was hampered by what it observed as the color cosmetics category slowed amid decelerating general consumer spending in China.
“This extended into the Singles’ Day promotion period between Nov. 1 and Nov. 11, during which sales of color cosmetics on Tmall fell single digits from the low single digits. ‘last year”,said Huang Jinfeng, founder, CEO and chairman of the company.
2 – Intimate Business: India-based Sanfe Targets “Underserved” Feminine Hygiene Market in Lower Tier Cities
Feminine hygiene brand Sanfe is aiming to expand into lower-tier cities in India, where it believes it can fill a major gap in the market.
Sanfe is an Indian direct-to-consumer brand specializing in feminine hygiene, grooming and intimate care products founded in 2018 by Archit Aggarwal and Harry Sehrawat.
The company has a recurring annual run rate of INR 30cr (US$4 million) and is growing around 25% month-on-month.
Sanfe first made a name for itself with organic menstrual care products and two years later moved into intimate skin care products.
3 – Monster hit: KATE struggles to keep best-selling mask-friendly lipstick in stock as demand surges
Japanese makeup brand KATE is facing supply issues as demand for its best-selling mask-compatible lipstick, Lip Monster, soars among consumers.
KATE is a very popular consumer makeup brand owned by Kanebo, a subsidiary of the large personal care group Kao Corporation.
In November, Kanebo was forced to issue an apology for failing to meet market demand for Lip Monster, a transfer-resistant, mask-compatible lipstick it launched more than six months ago in Japan.
“We received a strong market response immediately after its release…it was a big hit and the product was in short supply. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused to our customers,” Kanebo said in a statement released to the press.
4 – Zen for your skin: Taiwanese brand Phytoflow claims to unlock the benefits of meditation with natural extracts
Taiwanese cosmetics company 3dL Inc. is launching a new series of skincare products that claim to mimic the effect of meditation on the skin with natural extracts by increasing the release of beta-endorphin.
The company is an original design manufacturer (ODM) that owns beauty brands such as Ujelly and Horaios.
Recently, the company launched a new brand, Phytoflow, which was developed in response to what it sees as beauty consumers’ interest in wellness.
“With COVID-19 still looming around the world, uncertainty and anxiety are still present in day-to-day life. This influences not only a person’s mental state, but also the appearance of her skin. We have all seen the market trends and believe that skincare products related to relaxation and well-being are the future, even in the post-pandemic era,” said Timmy Pan, Global Product Development Manager at 3dL Inc.
5 – PODCAST – Keeping Traditions Alive: Feniu Founder on Using Beauty as a Platform to Showcase Tongan Culture
In this episode of Indie Pioneers, we chat with Mele Olivetti, the founder of Tongan beauty brand Feniu, who is on a mission to use her brand as a platform to share the heritage and culture of a small nation. island with the world.
Olivetti was born in Australia but grew up in a Tongan family that practiced the use of coconut-infused oils in daily beauty rituals for face, body and hair.
“Coconut oil was a really crucial part of my beauty education… It was the only product used to nourish the skin of the tongue for your face and for your body, but also for your hair. “
Feniu was designed to showcase Tonga’s culture, heritage and traditions, as well as to highlight its local agricultural products.
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Promoting Origins skincare at Macy’s
Now, with plummeting temperatures, you’re probably turning up the heat in your home or office. However, dry heat does the skin a disservice, as it can contribute to moisture loss, flaking and sensitivity. It is wise to invest in winter skin care, namely with a few Origins products from Macy’s, many of which currently come with a free gift.
From soothing eye creams to rejuvenating face masks, there’s an Origins product for everyone. There’s no better time than now to pick a few, and when you use Origins products together, you just might discover a whole new winter skincare routine that keeps skin soft. and hydrated throughout the season.
What You Need to Know About Selling Origins Skincare at Macy’s
What is Origins Skincare?
Origins is a skincare brand whose products “merge the power of nature with the power of science.” The eco-conscious brand creates clean formulas free of ingredients that are harmful to the skin and the planet, such as formaldehyde, paraffin, polyethylene and parabens, to name a few.
Instead, Origins formulates plant-derived skincare products that are cruelty-free and safe for the skin. Origins is dedicated to green initiatives in more than one way, and it’s no exaggeration to say that they are deeply rooted in conservation efforts and environmental work. To date, they have planted over 2 million trees as part of the Origins Green Planet Commitment.
Which Origins Skincare is right for my skin?
There are more than 100 Origins Skin Care Products available, with new ones coming out every season. While most products are suitable for all skin types, if you have a specific concern, several options address acne, fine lines, dryness, dark spots, redness or large pores.
Origins also offers sunscreen products, including SPF moisturizers. Although SPF products are often shelved as summer-only products, MedlinePlus states that it is equally important to use them during the winter to minimize UV damage to the skin and the risk of skin cancer.
How to buy Origins with free gifts at Macy’s
How to find Origins products with free gifts
To find Origins products with free gifts at Macy’s, do a simple Origins product search. Click on “Sales and offers” in the left sidebar and check the “Gifts with purchase” box.
While you can certainly browse the results, you can simplify your search even further.
In the upper right corner of the results, find the “Sort by” drop-down list and select “Price: Lowest to Highest”. The first Origins products shown do not list prices, and instead will be marked as free gifts. When you click on each of them, you will be taken to their product page, which includes a button that allows you to purchase qualifying items.
What are the Origins free gift promotions at Macy’s?
Current Origins free gift promotions at Macy’s include:
If you’re wondering if you get more than one free gift when you hit the prize threshold, you do. In fact, you can easily walk away with a treasure trove of free gifts during the sale.
How much does Origins skincare cost?
Origins skincare products retail for between $25 and $150, and many come in multiple sizes, including affordable travel varieties. Origins skincare sets at Macy’s range from $15 to $100.
Top 6 Origins Products With Free Gifts At Macy’s
Soothe and smooth dry, cracked hands with this luxurious cream infused with protective ingredients, such as Rose of Jericho.
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Boost hydration for up to 72 hours with this lightweight moisturizer that leaves skin looking radiant with Grapefruit, Lemon, and Spearmint essential oils.
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This silky, regenerating formula smoothes textured areas with dill seed extract and has a firming effect.
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Enjoy a 10-minute mini facial treatment with this hydrating mask with Sativa Seed Oil, a soothing ingredient that nourishes and strengthens the skin’s moisture barrier.
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Suitable for all skin types, this water-gel lotion is lightweight yet delivers deep hydration with fermented chaga mushroom extracts.
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Treat dry skin to a touch of softness with this citrus-scented body cream infused with rice bran oil and other softening ingredients.
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TORONTO, January 13, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — CertClean, North America leading certification for safer skincare, announces the call for entries for its 7th Clean Beauty Awards. The mission of the prestigious Clean Beauty Awards, created in 2015, is to recognize and reward the most successful products in the “clean” beauty sector, in particular beauty and personal care products formulated without the use of chemicals. harmful.
The awards program determines the top performing product in the growing clean beauty industry so brands gain broad recognition, including opportunities to get featured, reach new markets and connect with new people. new retailers and customers.
Last year, more than 450 clean beauty products were nominated for the awards and were judged by an international panel of 146 green beauty advocates and experts. A winner was chosen in each of the 24 product categories. This year, a new category of products is introduced: hand sanitizers.
The winners will again be selected by the special jury composed of external green beauty specialists who will draw on their know-how, experience and expertise to assess the excellence and performance of the products presented.
For more information on eligibility, categories and how to enter products for the 7th Annual Clean Beauty Awards, please visit http://www.cleanbeautyawards.com. The deadline for registrations is February 9, 2022, and the winners will be announced in June 2022.
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CertClean is North America’s leading certification for safer skin care. CertClean’s mission is to help health-conscious customers identify beauty and personal care products formulated without ingredients that may be harmful to human health. There are over 1,000 certified products – look for the CertClean seal of approval on the products. For more information, visit http://www.certclean.com and on Facebook and instagram @CertClean.
About the Clean Beauty Awards
Created in 2015, the Clean Beauty Awards are the leading awards program recognizing excellence in “clean beauty” products in 25 categories: lipstick, lip care, eye care, mascara, eyeliner, eye color , nail polish, odor care, perfume, beard care. , bath bath, body wash, body scrub, body care, sun care, hair cleanser, hair treatment, face cream, face serum, face oil, toner/mist, mask for face, face scrub and face cleanser, and the newly added category: hand sanitizer. The 6th Annual Clean Beauty Awards received over 450 entries from Canada, in the United States and everywhere Asia Pacific and Europe, and the products were judged on their performance by a panel of 146 green beauty advocates and experts. For more information, visit http://www.cleanbeautyawards.com.
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Active organic compounds, innovative formulas and exotic ingredients – that’s why the world is turning to Korean skincare products, and we can’t ignore this wave of beauty.
Korean beauty brands and cosmetics are available for different skin types and are designed to meet their needs. From treating irritated skin to improving blood circulation to removing dead cells and other skin concerns, using K products in a daily skin care routine can help get the best results.
Natural plant and animal extracts, such as snail mucin, have long dominated the Korean beauty market. While these ingredients maximize the effects of products that result in younger, radiant skin, curious takers are ready to go all out for perfectly healthy skin.
However, it is advisable to use the products on a small patch of skin to test if you are allergic to the ingredients or consult a dermatologist.
Worried about getting authentic K-beauty ingredients to start your own Korean skincare routine?
Here are some of the natural Korean beauty ingredients you might consider
Natural and one of the most commonly used Korean skincare ingredients, propolis is found in the walls and joints of hives. With a resin-like texture, the gummy substance has many benefits and effective uses in skincare.
Its antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties make it a go-to ingredient for treating acne-prone skin, blemishes, and breakouts. Abundant in antioxidants, propolis also helps calm skin irritations.
According to K-beauty expert and owner of beauty brand Glow Recipe, Sarah Lee, propolis is a multi-faceted ingredient, which leaves a subtle glow on your skin. Applying it regularly can help restore a youthful appearance by sloughing off dead skin cells.
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The sap extracted from birch trees contains nutrients and enzymes that are good for sensitive skin and help soothe skin irritations and leave a natural dewy effect.
Founder of the Soko Glam beauty line, Korean beauty expert and author of Jeong’s little book, Charlotte Cho considers birch extract an essential ingredient in skincare products. She even considers it an extremely effective natural ingredient next to “coconut water due to its high protein and antioxidant content.”
Birch juice also contains high amounts of minerals, enzymes, proteins and vitamins. An extremely nourishing moisturizing agent, the application of birch juice in the fall and winter to dry skin prevents it from becoming even rougher.
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A centuries-old herb commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine, Centella Asiatica The plant is actively used for its healing and soothing properties, which makes it ideal for sensitive skin.
Although it has other common names like “tiger grass”, “Asian pennywort” or “gotu kola”, the herb usually goes by its scientific name itself.
The key active element that makes Centella Asiatica a sought-after ingredient in korean skincare products is madecassoside – an antioxidant that helps slow the signs of skin aging, repairs skin cells, and heals acne and blemishes.
Trust the amino acids found in the herb to deeply hydrate and nourish your skin. The anti-inflammatory elements also make it suitable for treating certain skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
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It may seem strange at first, but you will be amazed to learn about its qualities and effects on the skin. Snail mucin, or snail secretion filtrate (SSF), is one of the most commonly used skincare ingredients in Korean beauty routines.
SSF is secreted as the snail moves, leaving behind a slimy, watery slime, which is harvested and used in a range of skin care products – from sheet masks to serums and moisturizers.
Its moisturizing agents help hydrate the skin, heal irritations and promote the growth of new skin. Snail mucin also acts as a skin barrier and retains natural moisture, while promoting collagen production.
Abundant in zinc, antioxidants like vitamins A and E and other essential skin nutrients including hyaluronic acid, glycoprotein, proteoglycans, microbial and copper peptides, regular application can help achieve a “dolphin skin”.
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Another favorite Korean skincare ingredient, Yuza, also known as Yuja, is a vitamin C-rich citrus fruit commonly found on Jeju Island in South Korea.
Vitamin C is an essential part of daily skincare routines in Korea, as it helps deeply nourish and protects the skin from harmful free radicals such as UV rays. Instrumental in increasing cellular repair, collagen production, and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, Vitamin C and products fortified with this nutrient help firm skin and provide a healthy “glass skin” appearance.
Beauty expert Cho is also particularly supportive of adding Yuza to beauty regimens, as it is almost three times richer in vitamin C than lemons and helps lighten skin pigmentation and eliminate dark spots. .
For centuries, bamboo extract and its powdered form have been used in traditional Asian medicine to treat irritated and dull skin. This skincare ingredient has great anti-aging properties and promotes the production of collagen, which becomes depleted with age.
According to Ginger King, owner of product development brand Grace Kingdom Beauty and founder of lip care brand fanlovebeauty.com, bamboo powder also works as a good exfoliator. The gel-like consistency of bamboo extract helps in under eye care and is also helpful in curing acne.
Bamboo extract contains excellent moisturizing elements that strengthen the skin, lock in moisture and reduce fine lines.
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Pearls have long been one of the essential Korean beauty products and the K-skin care market is quite obsessed with them.
King says the healing properties of pearls help fight acne and blemishes as well as minimize large pores. “The minerals and active properties of pearls maintain the acidity of the skin, which slows down the aging process while keeping the skin hydrated and firm.”
Masks and peel-offs based on pearl extracts are increasingly popular as they provide a naturally radiant look.
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Sandra Plasencia no stranger to the challenges of caring for the skin during the winter. The entrepreneur, cosmetics specialist and medical esthetician has spent decades in the fields of beauty and hygiene. Throughout this time, she has helped her clients maintain hydrated and healthy skin, especially in cold weather.
The history of Plasencia’s skin care began with her Chicago salon, which opened in 2004. In 2020, after years of building relationships with her local clients, the owner decided to rebrand her successful brick and mortar business to Casa Sandra. Plasencia also took the opportunity (and the ongoing closure caused by the pandemic) to also launch its own eponymous cosmetics brand to its customers online.
While Plasencia will always have a soft spot for its faithful Chicagocustomers based, the owner is excited to be able to offer her own personally designed skin care products to a wider audience. These were developed over her time in the cosmetics industry and include everything from elite moisturizers and cleansing lotions to skin lightening creams, beauty cocktails, and more.
“The development process,” explains Plasencia, “focuses on high concentrations of standardized botanical extracts supported by clinical trials.” In addition to using the absolute best ingredients, the development of the brand’s formulas includes the integration of the latest cosmetic technologies, which are used to improve the effectiveness of each formula.
Plasencia stresses that the products, which she initially developed for her spa, give results so profound that they have created a loyal clientele that always asks for more.
One of the main reasons for Plasencia’s cosmetic mission is to help its customers take care of their natural skin. “You only have one skin, take care of it!” Plasencia declares, adding that “aging is inevitable; doing it with grace is a matter of choice. ”
One of the best uses for Plasencia products is during the holiday season. Cold weather can easily lead to dry air and cracked skin. In addition, the hustle and bustle of the holidays forces many people to spend more time outdoors. Even when they are indoors, their ovens only exacerbate the problem of drought.
Using his products, like its vitamin C moisturizer or retinol repair cream, Plasencia hopes its customers can support and reinvigorate their own natural beauty, even as they battle drier weather as they move from an event of. vacation to each other.
On Sandra Plasencia: Sandra Plasencia founded it Chicago Havana Nights Nails & Spa salon in April 2004. In 2020, she renamed her business to Casa Sandra. The rebranding also coincided with the launch of the owner’s eponymous cosmetics brand. Sandra Plasencia. Both companies aim to help women take care of their skin, maintain their natural beauty, and always look their best. You can find out more about that of Sandra Plasencia products on its website, sandraplasencia.com.
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Imagine receiving five to 25 packages one day. It may sound like a dream come true, but let me be the first to say that it can also be a nightmare to unpack, organize and store the contents of every box, especially when you are a freak. self-proclaimed cleanliness. As a beauty writer, on-air host and content creator for 15 years, I’ll be the first to tell you that the massive amounts of makeup, hair, and skin care samples I get on a daily basis are at both a blessing and a curse – especially living in Los Angeles, where spacious apartments come at a premium.
Don’t get me wrong, I thank my lucky stars that testing new products is a necessary part of my job, and I’ve come up with some nifty storage solutions to keep clutter at bay so I can maintain my sanity. in the midst of the excitement. If you share my fight, read on to find the three essential elements that I bought from Amazon that go a long way in making my space look more like a well-organized apartment and less like the back-warehouse of a beauty store.
Number one, I’m a skincare fanatic, and always have been. I’ve amassed a pretty dizzying collection of mouthwatering serums, eye moisturizers, luxurious facial oils and more, with no end in sight. When my arsenal of products quickly took over the limited counter space I had in my bathroom, I knew I had to bring something innovative, from the built-in drawers and adorable mini skin fridge just didn’t cut it for my storage needs.
Since my bathroom has more wall space than anything else, I grabbed these acrylic floating shelves to add considerably more storage space to the sink area. They were super easy to install and hold a tonne of skin and hair care products made easy. I’m continually impressed with their durability (no matter how many jars and bottles I stack on top of them), and they’re so minimal and modern that they inspire compliments from guests time and time again.
i like that too free-standing shelf, which is so affordable and functional, that I bought two. I added one to my bathroom to hold even more essential skin care products and sunscreens; and another is on display in the corner of my kitchen counter to keep my vitamins and supplements in order. The freestanding shelf is not only attractive (I’m a fan of anything rose gold), but it was also painless to assemble, which is priceless in my book.
And lastly, I can’t say enough good things about this acrylic storage case big enough for my absurd amount of makeup. Pro tip: buy several (like me) if you have room. This sleek and stylish organizer has generously sized drawers, which is a godsend for anyone hoarding eye shadow palettes, setting powders, bronzers, highlighters, and lipsticks. This neat and clean storage case keeps your precious products visible, accessible and neatly organized, which is truly everything a beauty lover could want.
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Dublin, January 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market: Analysis by Type (Polymer Ingredients, Surfactants, Preservatives, Others), Application by Region, by Country (2021 Edition): Market Overview and Forecast with The Impact of COVID-19 (2021-2026) report “has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
The global cosmetic chemicals market was valued at USD 19.38 billion in 2020
Cosmetic chemicals are a mixture of synthetically produced chemicals and are the most common ingredients used in personal care and cosmetic products. Colorants, surfactants, rheology control agents, emulsifiers, emollients, and preservatives are all common ingredients in cosmetics.
The growth of the market is aided by the growing consumer awareness of beauty and skin care products, as well as the growing demand for products containing active ingredients. In the future, the market is also expected to benefit from increasing customer demand for natural components, which will create opportunities for technical innovation.
On the basis of type, polymeric ingredients hold the largest share, as the addition of polymers to personal care and cosmetic chemicals has improved water resistance and other long-term characteristics of a number. of products. Polymeric ingredients are found in skin care, sun care, hair fixatives and film formers, color cosmetics and hygiene, among other products.
On the basis of application, skin care holds the largest share of cosmetic chemical applications. The growing penetration of the retail sector, especially in developing countries like China and India, is driving this segment. The expansion of the market can also be attributed to an increase in demand for anti-aging products among the middle-aged population. In addition, increased consumer awareness and changing beauty trends are driving growth.
The Asia-Pacific cosmetic chemicals market is expected to grow at the highest rate. Applications such as skin care are helping to increase the demand for cosmetic chemicals in Asia Pacific. While in countries like India and China, the purchasing power of people is increasing rapidly, which also contributes to the overall demand for cosmetic chemicals.
The report tracks competitive developments, strategies, mergers and acquisitions, and new product development. Companies analyzed in the report include Eastman Chemicals Company, Givaudan, Dow Chemicals, BASF SE, Clariant International Ltd, Lonza Group AG, FMC Corporation, Ashland Inc., Evonik Industries and AkzoNobel.
Main topics covered:
1. Scope and methodology of the report
2. Strategic recommendations
3. Cosmetic Chemicals Market: Product Overview
4. Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market: An Analysis
4.1 Market Size, By Value, Year 2016-2026
4.2 Impact of COVID-19 on the cosmetic chemicals market
4.3 Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market
5. Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Segmentation, By Type (Value)
5.1 Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market: Segment Analysis
5.2 Cosmetic Chemicals Market Competitive Scenario: By Type (2020 and 2026)
5.3 By Polymer Ingredients Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
5.4 By Surfactant Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
5.5 By Custodians – Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
5.6 By Others – Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
6. Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Segmentation, By Application (Value)
6.1 Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market: Segment Analysis
6.2 Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Competitive Scenario: By Application (2020 and 2026)
6.3 By Skin Care Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
6.4 By Hair Care Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
6.5 By Makeup – Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
6.6 By Others – Market Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
7. Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market: Regional Analysis
7.1 Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Competitive Scenario: By Region (2020 and 2026)
8. North America Cosmetic Chemicals Market: An Analysis (2021-2026)
8.1 North America Cosmetic Chemicals Market by Value: Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
8.2 North America Cosmetic Chemicals Market: Leading Companies
8.3 Market Segmentation by Type (Polymer Ingredients, Surfactants, Preservatives, Others)
8.4 Market Segmentation by Application (Skin Care, Hair Care, Makeup, Others)
8.5 North America Cosmetic Chemicals Market: Analysis by Country
8.6 Table of North America Cosmetic Chemicals Market Market Opportunity – by Country, by Value (Year-2026)
8.7 North America Cosmetic Chemicals Market Competitive Scenario – By Country (2020 and 2026)
8.8 United States Cosmetic Chemicals Market: Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
8.9 United States Cosmetic Chemicals Market Segmentation by Type, by Application (2016-2026)
8.10 Canadian Cosmetic Chemicals Market: Size and Forecast (2016-2026)
8.11 Canada Cosmetic Chemicals Market Segmentation by Type, by Application (2016-2026)
9. European cosmetic chemicals market: an analysis (2021-2026)
10. Asia-Pacific Cosmetic Chemicals Market: An Analysis (2021-2026)
11. Dynamics of the global cosmetic chemicals market
11.1 Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Drivers
11.2 Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Restrictions
11.3 Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Trends
12. Market attractiveness and strategic analysis
12.1 Chart Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Market Attractiveness – by Type (Year 2026)
12.2 Chart Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Market Attractiveness – By Application (Year 2026)
12.3 Chart Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market Market Attractiveness – by Region (Year 2026)
13. Competitive landscape
13.1 Market Share of Major Global Companies
13.2 SWOT Analysis Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market
13.3 Porter Five Force Analysis Global Cosmetic Chemicals Market
14. Global Pest Control Market: Mergers and Acquisitions
15. Company profiles (company description, financial analysis, company strategy)
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1 – Human touch: how Shiseido is using technology to make 2021 âthe year of the empowered beauty consultantâ
Shiseido is adamant that human touch is still essential to boosting sales of beauty products, but believes it can be. greatly improved by tools such as artificial intelligence and augmented reality, according to its chief digital officer.
Angelica Munson, Chief Digital Officer at Shiseido, highlighted how essential beauty tech tools like artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) have become for beauty brands in the aftermath of the epidemic of COVID-19.
âCOVID-19 gave birth to this very digital stay-at-home economy. It has hyper-accelerated all consumer behaviorâ¦ In retail, we call it the new world retail orderâ¦ And it’s forcing us to rethink the way we sell and serve. AI and AR were among the few digital technologies in our category that essentially kept the economy going â,she says.
Like many companies, Shiseido accelerated its digital development last year, launching a series of initiatives such as live streaming and video consulting.
2 – Bridging the Gap: SK-II Turns to Personalization to Forge Closer Connections with Consumers Through Ecommerce
The SK-II skincare brand owned by Procter & Gamble is strengthen its e-commerce business with personalized beauty initiatives to deepen its connection with consumers in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faced with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the brand has seen its e-commerce activity grow by 7% in 2020 to represent 28% of its activity.
â2020 has been a difficult year in the face of such rapid momentum. We have seen that some channels recover more slowly than others, including less frequentation in department stores, for example â,said Sandeep Seth, CEO of Global SK-II.
Over the past few years, the brand has steadily expanded its online presence and its online partners include Tmall, Rakuten, and physical retailers that have grown online such as Sephora, Aeon and Lotte.
3 – Beauty, Streamlining: Sephora Identifies Demand for Versatile Beauty Products That Don’t Compromise Skin TLC
Beauty retailer Sephora says consumers are looking for skin care, hair care and makeup products that offer more while allowing them to do less.
This trend, dubbed âPurposeful Beautyâ, is defined by the retailer as a âSimplified beauty routine that delivers moreâ.
The products that can help achieve such a routine are those that are versatile, effortless in terms of usability and “Good value for money and time”.
In other words, these products can be any skin care, makeup, or hair care product that can address multiple concerns and needs, helping consumers build a less complicated daily routine.
4 – âRenaissanceâ of makeup: how EstÃ©e Lauder expects color to evolve based on the recovery of COVID-19 in China
Beauty firm EstÃ©e Lauder Companies revealed how China’s rapid recovery of color cosmetics has informed its overall makeup strategy.
As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continued to disproportionately impact makeup use, with net sales declining at nearly all of its brands, the company is preparing to welcome a makeup ‘Renaissance’.
“For the future, we are preparing for a make-up renaissance, and we anticipate that this dynamic will gradually be built in the world, driven by local reopening and social and professional opportunities,” he added. said Fabrizio Freda, President, CEO and Director of The EstÃ©e Lauder Companies.
âWe are strategically positioned to increase our sales and capture the makeup recovery of prestige beauty shares with our flagship products, a robust innovation pipeline, an analytics engine, ambitious intelligence and compelling in-store activation and online focused on the omnichannel consumer. “
5 – Shiseido Ditches Assets: Why Focusing on Premium Skin Care Will Strengthen Company’s Long-Term Position – Experts
The decision by Japanese beauty group Shiseido to sell three more brands in an attempt to focus on high-end skin care, as its main category was a ‘no-brainer’, with beauty experts saying it was a smart decision to strengthen the company’s position in uncertain times.
Shiseido announced on August 26 that it would sell three of its US-based premium makeup brands – Laura Mercier, BareMinerals and BUXOM – to private equity firm Advent International for $ 700 million.
Shiseido cited his strategy to focus on his luxury skincare as the reason for ditching the trio of brands – the same reasoning he gave in February when he decided to sell his personal care business to CVC Capital Partners.
âIt’s obvious to them. COVID has hit most businesses pretty hard. Most consumers have reduced the use of makeup, and it’s a global trend, not just a trend in Asia, âNicole Fall, founder of Asian Consumer Intelligence.
6 – Featured Product: How Makeup Removing Sheets Drove Men’s BiorÃ© Consecutive Sales Growth for a Decade
Kao Corporation has revealed that make-up removing sheets have been the star product of its Men’s BiorÃ© line for the past decade, with sales up 743%.
Men’s BiorÃ© was launched in 1995 and offers a line of personal care products specifically for men, including facial cleansers, anti-pore strips and cleansing sheets.
Sales of the latter, which includes face and body sheets, have become the brand’s most prominent products.
Sales of makeup remover sheets increased 743% from 2010 to 2020 and maintained the top spot in the makeup removal sheet category in Japan during the same period, according to INTAGE’s Nationwide Retail Store Panel (SRI) report.
7 – ‘Beauty for all travelers’: Valentino Beauty among the new brands that L’OrÃ©al will launch in Hainan to stimulate its growth
Despite the difficulties in global tourism caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, growth in L’OrÃ©al’s travel retail division has been positive, largely thanks to its performance in APAC, particularly in Hainan.
“The base for beauty consumption is strong in Travel Retail China, and we are seeing strong momentum in all three categories – skin care, makeup and perfumes.” said Emmanuel Goulin, CEO of L’OrÃ©al Travel Retail Asia Pacific.
Among the three categories, the firm said demand for skin care continues to be a driver in terms of growth.
8 – Make or break: Kao hopes the new Essential line will save the haircare industry from stagnation – CEO
Japanese personal care conglomerate Kao Corporation has announced a new hair care line under the Essential banner, which it says help revive its hair care business.
Founded in 1970, DecortÃ© Cosmetics is a cosmetics brand belonging to KosÃ©’s premium beauty portfolio, which also includes brands such as Jill Stuart and ADDICTION.
To capitalize on DecortÃ©’s potential, KosÃ© announced a series of initiatives to boost the brand on a global scale.
In September, the company will mark the launch of a revamped version of DecortÃ©’s Liposome serum.
9 – Consider This: Smashbox Founder Davis Factor Advises Makeup Enriched With Skin Care Ingredients For Success
Smashbox Cosmetics founder Davis Factor, a great-grandson of Max, says the pandemic has created more demand for âWorkerâ makeup products that are enriched with skin care ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and niacinamide.
Smashbox Cosmetics was founded in 1996 by Davis Factor, the great-grandson of makeup mogul Max Factor.
Factor and his brother Dean were photographers and owners of Smashbox Studios. They developed the brand’s cosmetics to withstand the harsh environment of a professional photography setting.
The brand is best known for its primers, such as the original Photo Finish Foundation Primer, which was created to minimize touch-ups and help makeup last longer under dazzling studio lights.
10 – Global potential: POLA expects overseas sales to exceed $ 270 million by 2023 thanks to Chinese demand
Japanese skincare brand POLA is expected to achieve over $ 270 million in overseas sales over the next two years thanks to strong demand from the Chinese luxury beauty market.
POLA is the âultra-prestigeâ skin care brand owned by Japanese cosmetics maker Pola Orbis Holdings, which is also the company behind the J-beauty ORBIS and THREE brands.
The brand has grown in Asia in recent years and is now present in seven markets. From 2017 to 2020, the brand’s sales quadrupled.
In the latest report to its shareholders, the company expressed optimism about the brand’s position and said it will now focus on profitable growth of its overseas business.
Brokerages expect Kimberly-Clark Co. (NYSE: KMB) to post revenue of $ 4.99 billion for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zacks Investment Research. Three analysts made estimates for Kimberly-Clark’s earnings. The highest sales estimate is $ 5.04 billion and the lowest is $ 4.96 billion. Kimberly-Clark reported sales of $ 4.84 billion in the same quarter last year, suggesting a positive growth rate of 3.1% year-over-year. The company is expected to release its next quarterly earnings report before the market opens on Wednesday January 26.
According to Zacks, analysts expect Kimberly-Clark to report annual revenue of $ 19.46 billion for the current fiscal year, with estimates ranging from $ 19.42 billion to $ 19.51 billion. dollars. For the next fiscal year, analysts predict the company will post revenue of $ 20.20 billion, with estimates ranging from $ 20.02 billion to $ 20.48 billion. Zacks’ sales calculations are an average based on a survey of research analysts who cover Kimberly-Clark.
Kimberly-Clark (NYSE: KMB) last released its results on Sunday, October 24. The company reported earnings per share of $ 1.62 for the quarter, missing analyst consensus estimates of $ 1.65 per ($ 0.03). Kimberly-Clark had a net margin of 10.34% and a return on equity of 289.87%. The company posted revenue of $ 5.01 billion in the quarter, compared to $ 4.96 billion according to analysts’ estimates. In the same quarter of the previous year, the company made EPS of $ 1.72. The company’s quarterly revenue increased 7.0% year-on-year.
A number of research analysts have weighed on KMB shares. Zacks Investment Research raised Kimberly-Clark shares from a “strong sell” rating to a “conservation” rating and set a target price of $ 148.00 on the stock in a research note on Wednesday 29 December. The Goldman Sachs group lowered its price target for Kimberly-Clark shares from $ 142.00 to $ 125.00 and set a “neutral” rating on the stock in a research report published on Monday, October 25. Berenberg Bank downgraded Kimberly-Clark’s shares from a “buy” rating to a “keep” rating and lowered its price target for the company from $ 164.00 to $ 127.00 in a report. research published on Tuesday, October 26. HSBC began covering Kimberly-Clark shares in a report on Thursday, September 9. They set a âholdâ rating and a target price of $ 131.00 on the stock. Finally, Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft lowered its price target on Kimberly-Clark shares from $ 137.00 to $ 130.00 and set a âholdâ rating on the share in a report released on Tuesday, October 26. Three stock research analysts rated the stock with a sell rating, ten assigned a conservation rating, and two issued a buy rating for the company’s stock. According to data from MarketBeat.com, Kimberly-Clark currently has an average “Hold” rating and a consensus target price of $ 134.21.
In other Kimberly-Clark news, insider Jeffrey P. Melucci sold 10,528 shares in a trade on Wednesday, October 27. The shares were sold at an average price of $ 133.61, for a total trade of $ 1,406,646.08. The sale was disclosed in a legal file with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available at this link. Company insiders own 0.47% of the company’s shares.
Large investors have recently bought and sold shares in the company. Moors & Cabot Inc. increased its position in Kimberly-Clark shares by 9.8% in the 3rd quarter. Moors & Cabot Inc. now owns 25,000 shares of the company valued at $ 25,000 after purchasing an additional 2,224 shares during the period. Krane Funds Advisors LLC purchased a new stake in Kimberly-Clark shares in the second quarter valued at approximately $ 32,000. Eubel Brady & Suttman Asset Management Inc. purchased a new equity stake in Kimberly-Clark in the 2nd quarter valued at approximately $ 35,000. Pacifica Partners Inc. increased its position in Kimberly-Clark shares by 303.0% in the 3rd quarter. Pacifica Partners Inc. now owns 266 shares of the company valued at $ 35,000 after purchasing an additional 200 shares during the period. Finally, D Orazio & Associates Inc. increased its position in Kimberly-Clark shares by 57.4% in the 3rd quarter. D Orazio & Associates Inc. now owns 266 shares of the company valued at $ 35,000 after purchasing 97 additional shares during the period. 71.03% of the shares are held by hedge funds and other institutional investors.
NYSE: KMB opened at $ 142.92 on Monday. Kimberly-Clark has a one-year low of $ 125.27 and a one-year high of $ 143.37. The company has a market cap of $ 48.12 billion, a PE ratio of 24.31, a PEG ratio of 4.51 and a beta of 0.49. The company has a 50-day moving average of $ 135.43 and a 200-day moving average of $ 135.07. The company has a debt to equity ratio of 10.69, a current ratio of 0.78, and a rapid ratio of 0.49.
The company also recently declared a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Tuesday, January 4. Shareholders of record on Friday, December 10 will receive a dividend of $ 1.14 per share. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, December 9. This represents an annualized dividend of $ 4.56 and a return of 3.19%. Kimberly-Clark’s payout ratio is currently 77.55%.
About Kimberly Clark
Kimberly-Clark Corp. is engaged in the manufacture and marketing of products based on natural or synthetic fibers. It operates in the following segments: Personal Care, Consumer Fabrics and KC Professional (KCP). The personal care segment offers disposable diapers, training and youth pants, swim pants, baby wipes, feminine and incontinence care products and other related products.
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SHERIDAN, ALABAMA, USA, December 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “India Beauty and Personal Care Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026 “The Indian beauty and personal care market reached a value of US $ 26.1 billion in 2020. Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects the market to grow at a CAGR of 9.6% during 2021-2026.
Beauty and personal care products are made using several chemical compounds derived from synthetic sources or natural extracts. They include sun care, colored makeup, perfumes, toothpastes, hair dyes, tissues, serums, cleansers, colognes, etc. Beauty and personal care products provide many benefits, such as maintaining healthy skin, delaying signs of aging, improving physical appearance, boosting self-esteem, etc. As a result, Indian consumers increasingly use variants of vegan, organic and inorganic products, which are available in supermarkets, hypermarkets, convenience stores, drugstores, drugstores, online stores, etc.
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The growing attention to personal hygiene and skin health is one of the key factors in the Indian beauty and personal care market. In addition to this, several government agencies and private organizations are launching various supportive initiatives to raise awareness of the importance of feminine and personal hygiene. This, in turn, is also catalyzing the growth of the market. In addition, the shift in preferences towards personalized, organic and premium product variants, due to the influence of social media and inflation in consumer disposable income levels, is a significant growth driver. Further, the adoption of innovative marketing strategies among retailers such as the introduction of beauty studios with personalized beauty advisors to boost customer engagement and expand the market base is expected to increase the Indian market of beauty and personal care during the forecast period.
Read more: Major players in the Indian beauty and personal care market
Some of the major players in India beauty and personal care market are:
â¢ Avon Products Inc. (Natura & Co)
â¢ Beiersdorf SA
â¢ Colgate-Palmolive Company
â¢ Coty Inc.
â¢ Kao Company
â¢ L’occitane International SA
â¢ L’OrÃ©al SA
â¢ Procter & Gamble
â¢ Revlon Inc.
â¢ EstÃ©e Lauder Companies Inc.
â¢ Unilever plc.
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What does the global market for men’s beauty products look like today?
This research uses global data on the men’s beauty products market. It contains industry specific data, which includes key issues and market trends. The statistics and information for this international market research of men’s beauty products come from various platforms and sources including official websites, publications, annual reports and journals. Before being offered to investors and other market players, the content of this report is evaluated by professionals and experts in the Men’s Beauty Products Industry.
2020 is a year for the history books – There have been many life changing events that have changed the market such as a global pandemic, United States. The list goes on: election, social instability, etc. Clearly, the pandemic has had untold economic consequences for the market for men’s beauty products as well. After this uncertain year 2020, how do we see 2022? In fact, the future of the men’s beauty industry looks bright in the years to come. The Men’s Beauty Products business is facing a rapid expansion of new ideas, technologies and business models that are creating profound changes in the future of the industry. What drove this and what are the future prospects for the global men’s beauty industry?
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In this report, we analyze the ups and downs of the men’s beauty products market for the end of the year and what we can expect from the year 2021. Agility, scalability and automation will be the words. order of this new era of men’s beauty products business, and those who have these capabilities now will be the winners. Any strategy to increase resilience, but it will be agility that will ensure competitiveness and the ability to adapt to the unexpected. Companies will need to reassess where they need to be strong and where they need to be flexible to get there. As a result, this research provides an in-depth look at the global and regional levels. This comprehensive study contains the overview of the drivers, restraints, opportunities, demand factors, market size, forecast and trends of the global Men’s Beauty Products market over the period 2020 to 2030.
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List Of Top Men Beauty Products Players: –
Gillette, Shiseido, Mary Kay, Unilever, The Estee Lauder Companies Inc, L’occitane International SA, Coty Inc, L’oreal Group, Johnson & Johnson, Unilever, The Estee Lauder Companies Inc, Avon, Procter and Gamble, Colgate, Sally Beauty Holdings Inc, Panasonic, Mentholatum
On the basis of product, this report mainly displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate for each type as follows: –
Skin Care Products, Hair Care Products, Other Products
On the basis of end users / applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications / end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate, including: –
Staff, Beauty Salon
The Regions Covered By The Cosmetics For Men Market Are: –
â¢ North America (Panama, Mexico, Barbados, United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, etc.),
â¢ South and Central America (Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Belize, Costa Rica, Panama, Guatemala, El Salvador),
â¢ Europe (Spain, Belgium, France, Holland, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, San Marino, Ireland, Norway, Luxembourg, etc.),
â¢ Asia Pacific (Qatar, China, India, Hong Kong, Korea, Israel, Australia, Singapore, Japan, Kuwait, Brunei, etc.),
â¢ The Middle East and Africa (United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Algeria, Nigeria, South Africa, Angola, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Turkey, Lebanon, etc.)
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The world of makeup and skin care is the ultimate ‘choose your own adventure’ game. Some days you do glitter eye shadow and red lipstick. The other days you only get your SPF. But we all know that one beauty choice prevails over all others: wear foundation or not (well, after the SPF part, it’s always # 1). For those days when you decide not to, a dermatologist says you can apply these skin care products for clear skin without foundation.
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We love to see new beauty brands launching in India. This year has given us some great new brands to choose from, whether it’s makeup or skincare. If you missed these launches, we’re revisiting them below and listing a must-have product from every brand that’s worth buying.
1. Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence Sun Cream Spf 50+ Pa ++++
Biore is a Japanese brand that makes amazing makeup removers, pore tapes and sunscreens. Of all the products, this one is the best, although the rest are also great buys. A truly lightweight, skin-thirst-quenching hydrating sunscreen that’s so soft and easy to absorb, it might just replace your moisturizer during the day. It leaves absolutely no white layer and simply seeps into the skin, making it look dewy and feel plump. No wonder this is a holy grail sunscreen that everyone loves!
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2. Victoria’s Secret Beauty Bombshell Fine Scented Mist
Victoria’s Secret Beauty has finally launched in India, so now you can get their perfumes and lip glosses here. Obviously, the brand’s most coveted product is their iconic Bombshell body mist. A fruity and floral scent that combines notes of citrus, berries and flowers, it smells incredibly fresh and light, making it perfect for an after-bath spritz or a mid-afternoon refreshment in the heat. sweltering summer.
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3. Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil
If you want to splurge on luxury skin care products and need something that gives dramatic results, this is the product to try. It is retinol oil, so it helps replenish skin cells by speeding up cell renewal and improving skin texture, giving it a smooth, soft glow. But more than that, it’s also very hydrating for the skin, which retinol products typically don’t. Those who hate the flakiness and dryness that other retinol serums bring will certainly benefit from this nourishing facial oil.
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4. Centella Asiatica One Thing Extract
One Thing is an interesting Korean brand that makes products with one featured ingredient, instead of wrapping a thousand active ingredients in a single product. Of all their offers, this cica the extract is the best. You can use it on its own as a toner or essence, or mix it with your moisturizer. It repairs damaged skin by soothing the skin barrier. If your skin is scarred and raw from acne, or if you have an impaired skin barrier, this goes a long way in calming and healing it.
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5. Dr. Barbara Sturm Sun Drops
If you really want to spend a lot of money on ultra-luxurious products, this range, used by international celebrities, is for you. These sun drops are extremely light and easily seep into the skin, making it the lightest sunscreen imaginable. Is it very expensive for an SPF? Yes. But then again, most of the products from this brand aren’t exactly cheap!
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6. MORPHE Jaclyn Hill Pallet
It’s a great buy for anyone who needs a wide palette of versatile eyeshadows with lots of color. It has a wide variety of neutral colors for a natural and subtle look, but it also has reds, berries, blues, and ocean tones for a pop of color.
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seven. Nuxe Reve De Miel Moisturizing Lip Stick
Cult French brand, Nuxe manufactures the iconic Reve De Miel lip balm, known for its unique finish. Lightweight, matte, and smooth, this is a change from the oily, shiny lip balms we’re normally used to. It sits very comfortably under matte lipsticks and heals chapped lips beautifully. The heaviness of other lip balms is not present, but you do get all the nourishment you need.
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8. elf Cosmetics Bite Size Eye Shadow – Cream & Sugar
An affordable brand, elf, launched in India earlier this year and gives us amazing makeup options at reasonable prices. Although they have many good products, this minimal and travel friendly eye palette is a must. It has all the undertones you need for a neutral look, whether it’s a matte neutral brown look or a shimmering effect on the lids. These eye shadows are pigmented, creamy, and non-powdery, making them super easy to work with.
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Beiersdorf signed an agreement to acquire Chantecaille which values ââthe company between 590 and 690 million dollars.
Chantecaille manufactures makeup and skin care products focused on plant and flower extracts. The company was founded by Sylvie Chantecaille, who would continue with the brand. This year, Chantecaille is expected to generate more than $ 100 million in sales.
WWD reported that the brand hired Jefferies to explore transaction options in August. At that time, Chantecaille said the company had experienced rapid sales growth, especially in China, and was looking for a partner.
âIn the past five years we’ve exploded and a very savvy Chinese consumer has fallen in love with us,â Chantecaille told WWD in August. “My family and I see wonderful growth opportunities ahead of us and we want to grow.”
Chantecaille Pure Rose Water, $ 74, was named one of Beauty Inc’s Top 100 All-Time Skin Care Products in a list compiled by industry insiders. Other top-selling products include Just Skin Tinted Moisturizer SPF 15, $ 79; Orange blossom water, $ 68; Bio Lifting Serum +, $ 278, and Luster Glide Eyeliner, $ 32, according to the brand’s website.
Chantecaille is expected to operate as a stand-alone company within Beiersdorf, with access to the company’s infrastructure, WWD has learned. Beiersdorf also operates Nivea, Eucerin, La Prairie, Labello, Coppertone and other brands.
Beiersdorf said in a statement on Tuesday that Chantecaille is completing its current premium skin care business and will help it grow in North America and Asia.
The Chantecaille transaction is one of the many to be unveiled before the end of the year. Skin care brands, in particular, have been a flagship for strategic buyers this year.
On Monday, skincare and beauty brand SPF Supergoop announced that it had sold a majority stake in the company to a fund owned by Blackstone. Earlier this month, the Eurazeo brands acquired a controlling stake in the microbiome-focused skin brand Beekman 1802. Prior to that, Procter & Gamble signed an agreement for the skin care brand Farmacy, as well as Jen Atkin’s Ouai, which makes body care products in addition to hair. care. L’OrÃ©al also signed a buyout agreement for Youth to the People. Harry’s also made its first acquisition recently, acquiring the Lume deodorant brand, and Edgewell acquired the Billie personal and personal care brand for women. Galderma also signed an agreement to buy Alastin.
There have also been a slew of small recent investments in beauty and skin care – The Center, Evereden, Universal Beauty Group, Stratia and Beautigloo have all recently raised capital.
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In a year marked by environmental and social problems made worse by a pandemic that refused to go away, scientists, engineers and other types of intelligent people have found solutions to the world’s most pressing problems.
From lab-grown furniture to net zero alcohol, Eco-Business shines a light on sustainability innovations that have given humanity some hope in another troubling year.
Underwear made from waste milk does not seem particularly hygienic. But the United States-based sustainable fabric brand, Inner Mettle, claims to be able to recycle underwear from surplus milk. The underwear is natural, breathable and super-soft, according to the manufacturer, which also makes shoes from recycled lycra and vegan suede..
The loggers take note. The furniture could soon be produced in the laboratory. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) say they can grow in a laboratory what would take decades to develop in nature. They could even design the wood fabric to take the specific shape of the chair or table. âTrees grow in large cylindrical poles, and we rarely use large cylindrical poles in industrial applications,â Luis Fernando VelÃ¡squez-GarcÃa, senior scientist at MIT’s Microsystems Technology Laboratories, told Fast Company of his report. research article, published in Journal for Cleaner Production. âSo you end up ripping down a bunch of material that you took 20 years to cultivate that ends up being junk. Although the research is still in its infancy, the MIT researcher says this could be the start of a new way to produce biomaterials that could also help replace single-use plastics.
Net zero alcohol
Producing a single bottle of vodka emits an average of 6 kilograms of carbon, according to New York City carbon-neutral alcoholic spirits start-up Air Company. The company produces carbon-negative vodka, makes its alcohol from recovered CO2, and removes an additional 45 grams of carbon from the air. Air Company’s carbon neutral alcohol won an award at Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards this year.
Surf to save the ocean
A surfboard measuring the acidity of the water, temperature and wave movements could be used to learn more about the degrading health of the ocean. âThe reason these parameters are important is that they change directly as a result of climate change,â says Dr. Andrew Stern, founder of Smartfin, in a video interview with Great Big Story. “We have detailed information on the deep ocean, but very limited specific information on the near shore.” Data is collected from an implant in the fin of the surfboard and sent to the user’s phone for analysis.
Coffee capsules that die
The kind of invention that should have been invented a long time ago and before disposable aluminum and plastic coffee capsules began to cover landfills: coffee capsules that actually decompose in the environment. The Nexe Pod, developed by plant-based materials design company Nexe Innovations, is for people who want to drink half-decent coffee instantly, without worrying so much about the packaging footprint of such convenience. (because they are already worried about the deforestation footprint of coffee). Nexe pods are plant-based, compostable in just over a month, non-toxic to soil, and apparently can hold more coffee than a standard single-serve Nespresso capsule. “We are chasing the compostability side of the market, âsaid Ash Guglani, president of Nexe Innovations, in an interview with Proactive in May. âThere are many recyclable alternatives. But recycling takes work. We bring convenience to individual service.
Recycled chewing gum skate wheels. Design students Hugo Maupetit and Vivian Fischer, from Nancy, France, found a way to collect discarded gum, encouraging people to stick their used gum on a sign rather than drop it on the floor. After 10-30 used gums were collected, they were melted and cast into wheels.
Stacks of trees
The most common material used for anode in Lithium-ion batteries are made from synthetic graphite, which is not renewable. Finished pulp and paper maker Stora Enso says it can replace synthetic graphite with lignin, the solid substance found in the cells and bark of trees, for use in batteries found in electric vehicles, cell phones and laptops.
Houses from shipping containers
There is a growing surplus of shipping containers that have reached the end of their life. German architects and developers of the Schween family have teamed up with real estate expert Sean Woolley at to create aesthetic and affordable homes made from used containers in Marbella, Spain.
German chemicals giant BASF has found a way to create the scent in fragrances and aromas in food from industrial waste. Called n-octanol, the product, which is made from a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen, comes from waste from the steel industry. With this technology, companies will be able to make any product containing n-octanol from municipal and industrial waste gases, replacing fossil fuels in the production process and also preventing them from entering the atmosphere.
Beauty without water
Freeze-drying was a popular food preservation technique for astronauts. Beauty brands such as Korean brand Saro de RÃºe and Beijing-based biotech company Weibo Hi-Tech Cosmetics are now using this method for skin care products. Freeze drying allows the product to last longer, as there is no water on which bacteria multiply, so no need for preservatives, and the product ingredients can be transported in vacuum sealed bags rather than in liquid containers, which saves space. If there is a downside, they always use plastic packaging.
The city of Barcelona is on a mission to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. To achieve this, it has started installing solar panels on the tracks. The first installation is 50 square meters of photovoltaic panels in a park in the GlÃ²ries district. The path will generate 7,560 kWh per year, enough to power three homes. “We will have to assess the wear because obviously it is not the same thing as putting panels on a roof, even if they are very resistant”, declared Eloi Badia, responsible for the climate emergency and the ecological transition at Barcelona City Hall. Guardians’ Journal.
Wash with waste
Personal care giant Unilever has partnered with biotech company LanzaTech and green chemicals company India Glycols to make laundry capsules made from recycled carbon emissions. Launched in China in April, the capsules are made from recovered industrial emissions that are reused in surfactants, a product normally made from fossil fuels.
Steps can be converted into enough electricity to power LED bulbs or other small devices, by attaching an energy harvesting device to the parquet. Called a nanogenerator, the device is based on sandwiching two pieces of wood between electrodes.
Diamonds are usually unearthed or produced in a laboratory. Both methods are environmentally intensive. US company Aether claims to manufacture the world’s first diamonds that “help reverse historic damage to ecosystems and the environment caused by the diamond industry.” The company’s air collectors suck carbon dioxide out of the sky, pulling it through specialized filters. The CO2 is then synthesized in the right hydrocarbon for the growth of the diamonds. The raw materials are placed in powerful reactors for the diamonds to be cultivated. The energy used comes from “renewable, low-emission sources,” the company told Forbes. The product is now certified vegan.
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The Global Cosmetics and Beauty Market Research Report provides the analysis of the market outlook, framework, and socio-economic impacts. This report tries to cover the authentication information about the market size, share, footprint, revenue, and growth rate. All of this information fueled by primary and secondary research, with reliable and authentic projections regarding technical jargon. This study assesses the current landscape of the ever-changing business sector and the present and future effects of COVID-19 on the market.
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- The report categorizes the product varieties of the cosmetics and beauty market into skin and sun care products, hair care products, deodorants, makeup and color cosmetics, perfumes, and others.
- The revenue and volume forecasts for each product fragment are measured and provided in the document.
- The growth rate, production models and market share of each product segment are also listed.
- In addition, it provides a comparative statement relating to the pricing models of each type of product listed.
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- Detailed SWOT analysis.
- Opportunities and threats faced by the existing vendors in the Global Cosmetics and Beauty Market.
- Trending factors influencing the market across geographic regions.
- Strategic initiatives focused on major suppliers.
- PEST analysis of the market in the five major regions.
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FRIDAY, December 17, 2021 (HealthDay News) – Pregnant women who use hair dyes or straighteners may have relatively lower levels of pregnancy-promoting hormones, a recent study suggests.
The researchers found that of the more than 1,000 pregnant women they followed, those who used certain hair products – dyes, bleaches, relaxers or foams – had lower levels of several hormones, including estrogen and progesterone.
This is a concern because during pregnancy the levels of these hormones are expected to rise, said lead researcher Zorimar Rivera-Nunez, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Public Health in Piscataway, NJ.
Previous research, she noted, has linked disruptions in pregnancy hormones to an increased risk of problems such as impaired fetal growth, premature birth and low birth weight.
How would hair care fit in? Personal care products, including lotions, cleansers, makeup, shampoo, and nail polish, often contain many chemicals. And they include what is called “endocrine disruptors“- chemicals which can interact with the hormonal system of the body.
Endocrine disruptors are everywhere, and people can be exposed through the food, water or even the air they breathe, according to the Endocrine Society. When it comes to personal care products, some of the common hormone disrupting chemicals include parabens, phthalates, bisphenol-A, and toxic metals.
Researchers are still trying to understand how exposure can affect human health, Rivera-Nunez said. It’s complicated, in part because people are usually exposed to many chemicals.
But studies have shown, for example, that when pregnant women have high levels of certain endocrine disruptors in their bodies during pregnancy, their offspring are more likely to become overweight or go through precocious puberty.
Likewise, there is some evidence linking personal care products, in particular, to health risks.
An American government to study found that women who frequently used chemical hair straighteners had a higher risk of breast cancer than non-users. Hair dye was also linked to an increased risk of disease, especially in black women.
As for pregnancy, a recent to study of pregnant women in China found that those who frequently used makeup or skin care products were more likely to have a baby that was small for gestational age – a sign of growth restriction in the womb.
The new study “fits well” with this body of research, said Alexis Temkin, toxicologist with the nonprofit Environmental Task Force in Washington, DC.
It links the use of hair products to hormonal differences that are consistent with some of the health effects that have been linked to these products, according to Temkin.
The results – published in the journal Environmental research – are based on 1,070 pregnant women in Puerto Rico who have made up to three study visits during their pregnancy. They filled out questionnaires about the personal use of the products and gave blood samples to measure their hormone levels.
Overall, estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone levels were lower in women who reported using “other” hair products, compared to non-users. This category included dyes, straighteners, bleaches and foams, but not shampoos, conditioners, hairspray or hair gels.
It is not clear, according to Rivera-Nunez, whether women who use these hair products could be exposed to particular chemicals that are problematic, or have a higher level of exposure to endocrine disruptors.
Beyond that, there are many factors that can influence pregnancy hormones. The researchers took into account variables they could, such as the women’s body weight before pregnancy, their income and education level, as well as their history of smoking and alcohol use.
But it’s not possible to explain everything, Rivera-Nunez said.
For now, she has recommended that women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant read labels and be aware of what they are putting on their bodies. At the same time, she recognized that these labels are not necessarily consumer friendly.
âLack of proper labeling is a problem,â Rivera-Nunez said.
Temkin advised researching the word âperfumeâ – a harmless term that actually includes a wide range of undisclosed chemicals, some of which can be endocrine disruptors.
Environmental working group has more on personal care product ingredients.
SOURCES: Zorimar Rivera-Nunez, PhD, MS, assistant professor, biostatistics and epidemiology, Rutgers School of Public Health, Piscataway, NJ; Alexis Temkin, PhD, toxicologist, Environmental Working Group, Washington, DC; Environmental research, November 17, 2021, online
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High End Cosmetics Market Overview –
- Total pages: 120
- Companies: 10+ – Including Amway Corp., Beiersdorf AG, Coty Inc., L’OrÃ©al SA, LVMH MoÃ«t Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Natura & Co., Revlon Inc., Shiseido Co. Ltd., The EstÃ©e Lauder Co. Inc. and The Procter and Gamble Co., among others.
- Blanket: Main drivers, trends and challenges; Product information and news; Value chain analysis; Parents market analysis; Supplier landscape
- Segments: Distribution channel (offline and online) and product (skin care products, perfumes, color cosmetics, hair care products and others)
- Geographies: APAC (China and Japan), Europe (UK), North America (WE), South America (Brazil), and MEA
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APAC will register the highest growth rate of 36% among other regions. China and Japan are the key markets for high-end cosmetics. Moreover, the market growth in APAC will be faster than the market growth in other regions.
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The premium cosmetics market is fragmented and suppliers are deploying organic and inorganic growth strategies to compete in the market.
Amway Corp. – In September 2019, the company launched Signature Select Personalized Serum under its Artistry brand, which allows up to three different serums to be combined in one product.
L’OrÃ©al SA – In january 2020, the company’s technology incubator launched Perso, the world’s first AI-powered skin care and cosmetics device.
Revlon Inc. – In september 2018, the company announced the launch of American Crew ACUMEN, a comprehensive collection of high-performance showering, shaving, grooming and styling formulations that target the grooming needs of today’s man.
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The high-end cosmetics market in APAC is expected to generate significant business opportunities for vendors during the forecast period.
China and Japan are the key markets for high-end cosmetics in APAC. The market growth in this region will be faster than the market growth in other regions.
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- Increased demand for premium skin care products:
Selected professional skin care product manufacturers offer innovative professional treatments to their customers and then offer them premium products that are more expensive than conventional skin care products. Consumers are more aware of skin care issues such as age spots, acne, and pigmentation and therefore are prepared to pay for higher quality skin care products. With the increase in disposable income, consumers are not afraid to spend more on high-end products, which has led to an increase in demand for high-end cosmetics, especially skin care products. Technological advancements have increased the number of advanced and value-added anti-aging products in the market, thus playing a vital role in the growth of the global premium cosmetics market.
- High-end cosmetics market trend:
- Innovation and extension of the portfolio leading to the premiumization of products:
The global premium cosmetics market demands regular innovations, as customers are always on the lookout for innovative products with an optimal level of use. Globally, customers are looking for premium cosmetic products that address multiple concerns such as skin care, hair care and baby care in a minimal amount of time. The suppliers are focusing on expanding their existing product lines by introducing new premium cosmetic products as per customers’ requirements. With the increase in disposable income around the world, consumers have the financial freedom to spend more on non-essential items like high-end cosmetics. This factor is expected to provide a significant boost to the market during the forecast period.
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Red lipstick, big hoops, and a full makeup face are the norm for many of us and when it comes to skin care we also have preferences including aloe vera for burnt or burnt skin. dry. But this love of beauty isn’t just a cultural norm for Latinas, it translates into money spent where Latinas buyers make up 18.5% of their income in the United States, according to NIelsen. Still, Latinas-owned beauty brands, especially in the clean skincare arena, are few in number at major beauty retailers. There are several small Latinas owned skin care lines, however, including the Vamigas clean skin care line, launched this year and founded by Ann Dunning and Christina Kelmon.
Kelmon has paternal roots in Oaxaca, Mexico, and Dunning immigrated to Los Angeles from Chile when she was nine. Vamigas, named after their daughters with a nod to “amigas”, is a labor of love inspired by their heritage. The line came together after these jefas met through an investor network, Pipeline Angels, where they were both investing in BIPOC startups. Kelmon is one of Silicon Valley’s few Latino investors and CEO of makeup brand Belle en Argent. Working with other Latinas has only opened their eyes to the importance of representation and its absence in the beauty industry for Latinas.
âNo one is targeting Latinas right now and yet the market is huge,â Dunning said. HipLatina. âClean skin care products are very expensive, avoid marketing to Latinas or don’t understand how to market us at all. “
They combined their heritage and business skills to develop a brand with plants from Latin America, many of which are used by locals for welfare purposes. âThe background for wellness ingredients has basically been erased. Brands don’t use things like chia and Rosa Mosqueta without any reference to where they come from, so consumers have no idea what they’re using and how powerful Latin America is.
Rosa Mosqueta is originally from southern Chile and was traditionally used for burns and dry skin among indigenous people in the Araucana region. This information is shared on their website in the âIngredientsâ section where they explain the history, background and use of ingredients in their products, which strengthens their mission to amplify LATAM plants through Vamigas. Rosa Mosqueta is known for its ability to reduce hyperpigmentation and signs of aging and is available as an organic oil for the face and body. Dunning says Rosa Mosqueta is the product that she believes embodies the brand because it “transcends generational boundaries and also national boundaries.”
Their other products include Olinda Clarifying Cleanser with Acai, Chia, Prickly Pear, Pampas Balancing Face Mist with Yerba Mate, Acai, Witch Hazel and Aloe Vera, and Luz De Sur Oil with Eight Herbal Fragrance Free. Products range from $ 24 to $ 34, and in addition to their website, they’re also now available on Nordstrom, Thrive Market, and HSN.com. perfumes and their prevalence in beauty products. They cite studies that show a potential correlation between phthalate exposure and brain damage in babies. This is part of what made them pay attention to what they put on their skin and they figured other Latinas would be interested in cleaner options with ingredients they might already know.
âFor us in clean skin care, part of the problem is this current trend to use ingredients from South and Central America like Rosa mosqueta, Maracuja, etc. in a way, he takes those ingredients from other territories and enjoys them with no benefit to the people of those countries, âshares Dunning.
A Women’s Wear Daily report on Nielsen’s results found that Latinas outnumbered the general beauty market by 30%, even amid the pandemic. We represent 14.1% of beauty buyers, but are responsible for 18.5% of beauty spending and this is the market Dunning and Kelmon tap into. But for Dunning and Kelmon, it’s about really bringing up LATAM and Latinas in style. Kelmon explains that often when Latinas are included in the wellness space they are “almost symbolic” and with Vamigas the foundation of the brand is to honor the ingredients of LATAM while helping Latinas to feel at home. comfortable in their body.
But it’s more than a list of ingredients, they are raising awareness through their website, especially through their âVamigasâ section with articles like âLatina Skincare Secrets Only Your Abuela Knowsâ. With products and a digital platform for Latinas, the two founders share that being by and for Latinas is a powerful thing, especially when the brand is fully self-funded.
“We like to say that we want to decolonize the ingredients by owning a piece of that market and encouraging other Latino entrepreneurs to do that as well, but also to encourage own brands to add cultural context around the ingredients they use.” , explains Kelmon. âThese ingredients have a powerful history and come from powerful inhabitants of the earth. It’s as easy as understanding that, sharing that knowledge, and honoring the cultures you have inherited.
If you’ve walked through a CVS or Walgreens store, there’s a good chance you’ve passed some KISS beauty products or even bought some for yourself. But did you know that the Korean-American cosmetics company is based in Long Island, Port Washington?
KISS was founded by CEO John Chang and co-founders Sung Yong Chang and Won Shik Kang in Flushing, Queens in 1989. It started as a small startup offering do-it-yourself nail care products, which was a market niche at the time, and hit the national scene selling 18 of its items in Walgreens stores in 1992.
As the business grew, it needed more space. That’s when KISS arrived in Port Washington, where it has been operating since 2005. The larger facility was geared to “accommodate the continued expansion and growth of the business,” its website says.
The beauty brand has only grown in the past 16 years since arriving on Long Island. Its KISS IVY division moved to its own warehouse in Port Washington in 2014. And the entire company got a brand new 272,000 square foot headquarters, also in Port Washington, in 2018.
âBring the salon homeâ is the mantra of KISS, the slogan on its logos to remind consumers that it is the leader in home manicure and pedicure products. The company strives to “provide cutting edge innovations that make every day more beautiful for everyone,” according to its website.
Although it got its start in the nail business and remains well known for its nail art kits, electric nail files, etc., KISS also sells hair accessories, eyelashes and makeup. It owns several brands, such as the imPRESS pressure manicure sets; JOAH, her Korean beauty brand; and KISS Colors & Care, its line of hair care products.
For the holiday season, KISS sells special nail designs that will dazzle in the Christmas holidays. Nail packs are sold individually or in sets of three. They come with the option of sticking or gluing on natural nails.
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While I love having a skin care routine, sometimes the last thing I want to do at the end of a long day is a long cleansing ritual. Still, leaving my makeup – and whatever my skin has accumulated during the day – on my face overnight is bound to make me pop. Fortunately, I discovered a one-step cleansing solution that removes makeup and refreshes my skin in one fell swoop: micellar water.
Garnier SkinActive Cleansing Micellar Water Easily washes my makeup and other impurities in a flash, so whether I’m getting ready for bed or starting my day, my skin feels clean and refreshed. If you’re looking for an easier way to keep your complexion clear and hydrated, here’s what you need to know about this multitasking skincare.
What is Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water?
In the field of skin care products, micellar water is probably the most similar to toner in that it helps to remove excess makeup, dead skin and sebum, and hydrates the skin. However, micellar water also acts as a cleanser thanks to the cleansing compounds that give micellar water its name: they form “micelles”, spherical molecules that remove dirt, the effects of pollution and debris from your skin. pores. Micelles make cleansers so effective that they can even erase makeup mistakes and wipe away stains or excess color from the hair. spray tan.
Garnier micellar water is formulated without parabens, sulfates, silicones or perfume, so it is gentle but effective. The formula is tested by dermatologists and ophthalmologists to ensure it is safe for the skin and eyes. It is also oil-free, making it suitable for oily and combination skin types.
How Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water Works
I use Garnier Micellar Water at the end of the day to wash off my makeup – even mascara – and prep my skin for a traditional facial cleanser. I use a cotton ball soaked in micellar water to gently wipe off eye makeup, then wipe a second moistened swab all over my face to remove the rest of my makeup.
What You Should Know Before Buying Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water
Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water works as a one-step cleanser, but I often follow it up with a mild toner and cleanser to make sure my face is completely clean. Micelles can help make the skin more permeable, which actually helps my other skin care products work more effectively. Additionally, some micellar water users find the product to leave an oily residue behind, so depending on your skin type you may want to use a cleanser afterwards.
I have sometimes found that I always need to use a specialized eye makeup remover if I am wearing waterproof mascara. When using Garnier Micellar Water to remove makeup from the eyes, it is important to hold the soaked cotton against your eyelid for a few seconds to give the formula time to begin removing makeup from your eyes. This will make it easier to remove makeup and prevent you from rubbing the delicate skin around the eyes.
Where to buy Garnier SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water
Garnier SkinActive Cleansing Micellar Water is a versatile cleanser that is powerful yet gentle on sensitive skin. You can buy it on Ulta for only $ 4.99.
Other products to consider
If you regularly wear waterproof makeup or liquid lipstick, this micellar water can easily wash them off. Garnier also offers other micellar water options formulated for different skin care concerns, such as mattifying, brightening, or moisturizing.
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This mid-range option is great for removing waterproof makeup and is gentle on sensitive skin. The brand’s thermal water provides minerals and antioxidants.
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Formulated with French rose water, this luxurious micellar water leaves skin feeling soft and refreshed. Unlike some micellar water formulas, this one leaves no residue or tightness feeling.
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Brokerages expect Edgewell Personal Care Co (NYSE: EPC) to report sales of $ 460.23 million for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zacks. Three analysts provided earnings estimates for Edgewell Personal Care. The lowest sales estimate is $ 455.50 million and the highest is $ 464.60 million. Edgewell Personal Care reported sales of $ 451.10 million in the same quarter last year, indicating a positive year-over-year growth rate of 2%. The company is expected to announce its next results on Tuesday, February 8.
According to Zacks, analysts expect Edgewell Personal Care to report annual revenue of $ 2.12 billion for the current fiscal year, with estimates ranging from $ 2.10 billion to $ 2 billion. $ 15 billion. For the next fiscal year, analysts expect the company to report revenue of $ 2.14 billion, with estimates ranging from $ 2.09 billion to $ 2.21 billion. Zacks sales averages are an average based on a survey of sales analysts who provide coverage for Edgewell Personal Care.
Edgewell Personal Care (NYSE: EPC) last released its results on Thursday, November 11. The company reported EPS of $ 1.01 for the quarter, beating Thomson Reuters’ consensus estimate of $ 0.84 of $ 0.17. Edgewell Personal Care recorded a return on equity of 11.07% and a net margin of 5.61%. In the same quarter of the previous year, the company achieved earnings per share of $ 0.59.
Several analysts have recently weighed on the company. Zacks Investment Research downgraded Edgewell Personal Care from a âbuyâ rating to a âholdâ rating in a report released on Monday, November 15. Royal Bank of Canada increased its price target on Edgewell Personal Care from $ 52.00 to $ 55.00 and rated the stock as “outperforming” in a report released on Friday November 12th. TheStreet reduced Edgewell Personal Care from a âb-â grade to a âcâ grade in a report released on Thursday, November 11. Wells Fargo & Company raised its price target on Edgewell Personal Care from $ 37.00 to $ 41.00 and rated the company “underweight” in a report released on Friday, November 12. Finally, Citigroup lowered its target price on Edgewell Personal Care from $ 47.00 to $ 39.00 and set a âneutralâ rating on the stock in a report released on Friday, October 22. One stock research analyst rated the stock with a sell rating, five assigned a conservation rating, and one issued a buy rating for the company’s stock. According to MarketBeat data, Edgewell Personal Care has a consensus rating of “Hold” and a consensus target price of $ 44.71.
NYSE: EPC opened at $ 44.53 on Friday. The stock has a market cap of $ 2.42 billion, a P / E ratio of 21.00 and a beta of 0.94. The company has a current ratio of 2.12, a quick ratio of 1.47, and a debt to equity ratio of 0.78. The stock’s 50-day moving average is $ 39.48 and its 200-day moving average is $ 41.61. Edgewell Personal Care has a one-year minimum of $ 29.87 and a one-year maximum of $ 46.44.
The company also recently declared a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Thursday, January 6. Shareholders of record on Friday, December 3 will receive a dividend of $ 0.15. This represents an annualized dividend of $ 0.60 and a return of 1.35%. The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Thursday, December 2. Edgewell Personal Care’s dividend payout ratio (DPR) is currently 28.30%.
In addition, the insider Anne-Sophie Gaget sold 5,204 shares of the company in a transaction on Tuesday, November 16. The stock was sold for an average price of $ 43.33, for a total trade of $ 225,489.32. The sale was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which can be accessed through this hyperlink. In addition, director Carla C. Hendra sold 7,100 shares of the company in a transaction that took place on Tuesday, November 16. The stock was sold for an average price of $ 43.90, for a total value of $ 311,690.00. Disclosure of this sale can be found here. 0.98% of the shares are currently owned by insiders.
A number of hedge funds and other institutional investors have recently increased or reduced their stakes in the stock. American Century Companies Inc. increased its position in Edgewell Personal Care by 14.8% in the 3rd quarter. American Century Companies Inc. now owns 3,083,101 shares of the company valued at $ 111,917,000 after purchasing an additional 396,451 shares during the last quarter. Dimensional Fund Advisors LP increased its stake in Edgewell Personal Care by 0.9% in the second quarter. Dimensional Fund Advisors LP now owns 2,871,962 shares of the company valued at $ 126,080,000 after purchasing an additional 25,969 shares during the period. State Street Corp increased its stake in Edgewell Personal Care by 2.7% in the 2nd quarter. State Street Corp now owns 1,817,584 shares of the company valued at $ 80,067,000 after purchasing an additional 47,220 shares during the period. Gabelli Funds LLC increased its stake in Edgewell Personal Care by 5.7% in the 3rd quarter. Gabelli Funds LLC now owns 1,252,200 shares of the company valued at $ 45,455,000 after purchasing an additional 67,500 shares during the period. Finally, William Blair Investment Management LLC increased its stake in Edgewell Personal Care by 49,003.7% in the 3rd quarter. William Blair Investment Management LLC now owns 1,028,722 shares of the company valued at $ 37,343,000 after purchasing an additional 1,026,627 shares during the period. 94.95% of the shares are held by institutional investors and hedge funds.
About Edgewell Personal Care
Edgewell Personal Care Company is a manufacturer and distributor of personal care products in the wet shaving, sun and skin care, feminine care and infant care categories. As of September 30, 2016, the Company had a portfolio of more than 25 brands. It manages its activities in four segments: Wet Shave, Sun and Skin Care, Feminine Care and All Other.
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Sanfe is an Indian direct-to-consumer brand specializing in feminine hygiene, beauty and intimate care products. It was founded in 2018 by Archit Aggarwal and Harry Sehrawat.
The company has a recurring annual run rate of INR30cr (US $ 4 million) and is growing by approximately 25% month over month.
Sanfe first made a name for herself with organic period care products and two years later branched out into intimate skin care products.
Today, the intimate beauty space is the main growth engine of the company, representing 40 to 45% of the whole activity.
âI like to think that we have introduced intimate cosmetics to the Indian industry. Before, there were products for the face and the body, but there was no education to take care of intimate areas and women simply did not think of taking care of these areas â,said Sehrawat.
The company has invested heavily in campaigns to shed light on the benefits of investing in intimate care products.
âThere is still not enough notoriety in the market. Until today, we have only been able to enter level one towns. There is still a whole market in the cities of level two and three â,said Sehrawat.
He said CosmeticsDesign-Asiathat the company was trying to expand its research to cities of level two and three. However, the challenge of educating consumers about feminine hygiene has turned out to be a huge undertaking.
âFor cities of level two and three, we follow a different strategy. We don’t directly promote our intimate cosmetics, instead we launch other products that these consumers are already familiar with, such as menstrual care and body care, to build brand confidence.
The company believes that the intimate personal care segment will grow to include new product categories in the future.
âThis is exactly what we envision. We want to make products for life, not products that you use once a week or once a month, but products that you use on a daily basis – lifestyle products.
Today, Sanfe offers around 50 to 60 intimate skin care products and currently has around 125 products in development.
In addition, she is working to reduce the prices of her products.
âThese products are not affordable for the masses because the ingredients we use make them expensive. But we should be able to lower the prices for consumers so that it can become a mass product rather than a premium product. “
In addition to expanding across the country and working on products, the company is preparing to enter the offline market in about a year.
Sehrawat said the company is also exploring opportunities for the business to expand internationally.
âBased on our research, we will surely seek to enter South Asian countries like Nepal or Bangladesh. Apart from that, we are also studying markets like the United States. “
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GROVES – Merle Norman was once something found in almost every woman’s purse. But now there are only two stores left in the Mid County area.
However, owner Beverly Herford intends to make these two the best places possible for cosmetics, skin care, and other related beauty needs.
Herford was born in Paris, Texas, but has long resided in Southeast Texas. She opened her first Merle Norman store in Groves in 1992 and acquired the Nederland Avenue store about two years ago.
âI have a passion and a love for this business,â Herford said. âI hope this will be seen by my clients because it is really real. “
Herford said she also had great employees to help make every woman’s shopping experience unique, like Theresa White, manager of the Nederland store.
âI love meeting customer expectations, meeting their needs, meeting new people,â White said. “And I love working with makeup and skin care products knowing that I’m helping make someone feel better.”
White said one of his favorite products is the Brilliant-C Brightening Serum.
âI had a few skin issues – discoloration and everything,â she said. “And I like it because it takes the discoloration off my skin, the age spots, stuff like that.”
But personalization, Herford said, is the essence of Merle Norman.
The company was founded in 1931 by Merle Nethercutt Norman.
âHis strategy from day one was to sit down (the customer) and let them try the products,â Herford said. âEvery product has a tester. “
The store owner said her goal is to make sure her shelves stay stocked with all products so that no customer has to wait for an order.
âMerle Norman is a personalized service and we love to help women with all of their cosmetic and skin care needs,â she said. “Please come see us. We love our customers.
Merle Norman in Groves is located at 4300 Lincoln Ave.
Nederland’s location is at 3302 Nederland Ave.
Founded in 2017, Billie is a fast growing, digitally native, direct to consumer brand focused on providing women with premium shaving and body care products.
Its current product portfolio includes razors, shaving cream, makeup wipes, body lotions, lip balms, dry shampoos and body washes. Billie’s strong digital and direct capabilities have supported its strong growth, positioning the brand well for its initial expansion into US brick and mortar retail in early 2022.
The Billie brand complements and strengthens Edgewell’s position in the women’s shaving category, adding to a portfolio of strong brands such as Schick Intuition, Hydro Silk and Skintimate.
Billie will continue to be led by her co-founders, Georgina Gooley and Jason Bravman.
Rod Little, President and CEO of Edgewell, said, âWe are delighted to add Billie to our portfolio of brands. We are focused on our stated goal of strengthening our leadership position in the women’s razor category and executing our M&A strategy with discipline and the precision, which this acquisition accomplishes.
âEdgewell has been a strategic supplier to Billie since its inception, and we see this acquisition as a natural evolution of the partnership between our two companies,â continued Little. “This acquisition immediately enhances the consumer-centric digital capabilities of our organization and strengthens our presence in the important mid-value segment of women’s shaving in the United States, while strengthening Billie’s ability to capitalize on significant market opportunities. growth by leveraging our retail distribution platform. and marketing channels. Additionally, the acquisition provides us with a unique opportunity to expand Billie’s reach beyond razors and blades. “
Jason Bravman, Co-Founder of Billie, said, âWe are very excited to join the Edgewell organization and look forward to combining our resources and leveraging the Edgewell Platform to accelerate growth and extend our sales reach. by retail. As we begin our expansion into brick and mortar retail in the United States, now is the perfect time for this business combination. “
Georgina Gooley, Co-Founder of Billie added, âWe look forward to combining our disruptive, digital-first approach with Edgewell’s industry-leading platforms, capabilities and channels to drive future growth and meet the evolving needs of our customers. faithful. This is an exciting time for us as we move forward towards our goal of becoming the leading lifestyle brand for women. “
The transaction was authorized under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act and was closed.
Perella Weinberg Partners LP acted as financial advisor and Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz as legal advisor to Edgewell in connection with the transaction. Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC acted as financial advisor and Fenwick & West LLP and Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP acted as legal advisor to Billie.
SMYRNA, TN (WSMV) – Stewarts Creek Middle School organized more than 100 administrators, faculty, staff, students and parents who donated their time to Feed the Children and collected over 4,000 items for the meals of Thanksgiving for a Smyrna organization.
Dr Letoni Murry, principal of Stewarts Creek Middle, decided to make November 11 – Veterans Day – a day of service to honor the school’s three veterans and to help a local community partner – Feed the Children. Over 100 volunteers – administrators, faculty, staff, students and parents – volunteered their time to thank you.
âWe wanted to overwhelm them with The Creek,â Murry said.
Murry said there were also volunteers from John Coleman and Wilson Elementary Schools and Smyrna Middle School in Stewarts Creek for three hours from 9 a.m. to noon.
Everyone was divided into teams to assemble and prepare personal care products, food and Avon products for distribution.
More than 880 personal care boxes and 14,960 pounds were prepared by Stewarts Creek volunteers, along with 520 individual food boxes totaling an additional 13,000 pounds of food, according to Feed the Children. The boxes will be given to children and families across the Southeast.
âYou feel great when so many people show up,â Murry said.
The previous week, Stewarts Creek Middle hosted a Thanksgiving food drive sponsored by the Family, Career & Community Leaders of America club in which they raised more than double the goal of 2,000 items, after donating 4 101 articles at the Smyrna Nourish Food Bank. FCCLA is partnering with Apex Moving + Storage as part of its Move for Hunger initiative. Apex also provided all the boxes for shipping, delivered items to the Smyrna Nourish Food Bank, and provided Amazon gift cards that were awarded to the top three teachers for the most Thanksgiving items.
âI think it resonates with the kids and with our adults here,â Murry said. “It proves our culture and our climate that we’ve built and what we have here at The Creek.”
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With new products, brands and categories appearing every day, the beauty can be a little overwhelming. Back to basics is our rudimentary beauty series that serves as a crash course in the science behind some of the best formulations in the game.
Some ingredients are so commonly used and widely recognized that they are almost becoming synonymous with skin care themselves. Ingredients like hyaluronic acid, retinol, and peptides are all good examples. Others are not so widely recognized, but they are steeped in history and cultural significance. Examples include mugwort, which has a long history of use in Korean culture, prickly pear, which is revered in Latinx culture, and yucca for skin and hair. Native cultures have used the latter throughout the Southwestern United States and northern Mexico for many years.
Used in traditional medicine as a remedy for ailments and conditions such as digestive disorders, inflammation, and even dandruff, this ingredient can also be found in a variety of popular skin care and personal care products.
According to Dr. Ava Shamban, Los Angeles-based Certified Dermatologist and Founder of Ava MD Dermatology, SkinFive Medical Spas and The Box by Dr Ava, âIt is a perennial plant primarily native to the hot, dry regions of the Americas. with nearly 50 known species – not all of which are as potent for skin care as others, but all with very valuable medicinal activities. Most often, the Mojave Yucca grape is used for skin care. It is a copious desert treasure that can be found throughout the American Southwest.
Cece Meadows, founder and CEO of Prados Beauty, says the plant has a myriad of uses. “Yucca is often confused with yuca because the two have a difference in visibility and use. Yuca looks more like a large peanut-shaped vegetable and can be cooked and eaten in different ways. Yucca is an ornamental plant. which has very thorny and pointed leaves [and] is found prominently in the warmer climates of North America and Mexico. Yucca grows fruits, seeds, and flowers that can be eaten or used for traditional medicine in native cultures.
What are the traditional uses of yucca?
As a Xicana and indigenous woman, Meadows has personal and family ties to the plant. âThe yucca in my family was used to treat arthritis, wounds, itchy scalp, and acne,â she says. âMy grandparents had a house in Mexico on their traditional lands and the yucca grew abundantly in their garden. When they arrived in the United States, they transplanted some of the plants to their home in Arizona, as the climate was perfect for their growth. My grandfather fell from a horse in the late 80’s and was weakened and suffered excruciating pain for years, while not a fan of painkillers the yucca plant was used as a anti-inflammatory and healing. My grandmother also used to put it in our hair when she gave us scalp treatments and hair masks!
She says it continues to be used today by indigenous peoples. âI use it at home to treat my acne, my wounds, my hair and the days my old softball injuries kick in. We have Yucca plants growing outside and inside my house. For plants that grow indoors, they tend to get smaller, allowing you to extract the ingredients more easily. I like to boil mine, then mix them in the blender for an additive to my face masks. I also like to use the boiled parts as a tea that can be ingested or placed in my hair care routine.
Why Should You Consider Using Yucca Products?
According to Shamban, the benefits of yucca are both varied and profound. âWhile it may not be as popular as other roots, plants, or herbal remedies, it offers powerful protection and benefits for the skin. Yucca is very rich in antioxidants which protect against free radical damage and oxidative stress. The extract is extracted from the root of the plant, often referred to as soap root, due to its clarifying, cleansing and antiseptic components. Also rich in folic acid and super potent vitamin C, it’s essential for supporting fibroblast activation and collagen production in the dermis.
Cosmetic chemist Ron Robinson of BeautyStat.com also praises its high antioxidant content as well as its saponin content. Saponin is a natural plant compound that has properties similar to soap, which is why it is also traditionally used as a shampoo and hair treatment. âYucca can remove buildup, dead skin cells, and fight environmental sludge, as well as relieve dryness, flaking, and dandruff,â Shamban explains.
Dr. Geeta Yadav, Certified Dermatologist and Founder of Skin Science Dermatology, says you can add anti-inflammatory and photoprotective properties to yucca’s long list of benefits as well. âIt can help prevent sun damage – just don’t replace your SPF with yucca! “
Are there any risks?
While relieving dandruff, providing antioxidant protection, and minimizing inflammation are all proven benefits of yucca, be careful not to overdo it on your skin if you are sensitive. According to Dr Geeta Yadav, saponins âhave the potential to be sensitizing. Consider performing your own patch test – or better yet, seeing your dermatologist – before starting your new routine.
Overall, however, yucca is an effective ingredient for skin and hair products. It offers natural anti-inflammatory and antiseptic benefits, and it may even help protect your skin from free radical damage.
Coming up, check out three expert recommended yucca skin care products to buy now.
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We love beauty bargains, and with the holidays slowly approaching, a handful of sales are appearing for shoppers who want to get a head start on their gift list. Now that Black Friday has officially started, we’re free to shop until we (virtually) give up. As we have been in the last few weeks, we will be browsing Target’s best vacation deals for skin care, hair and makeup products with significant discounts.
From now until December 24, you can find some of the best vacation beauty deals (we’re talking over 50% off) during Target’s ongoing sales, which are updated with a slew of updates. new business every week. To get the most out of these limited-time deals, be sure to check out Target’s virtual beauty department every Sunday through Christmas Eve for all the latest items on sale.
While we’re still excited about the retailer’s many holiday sales, this year’s savings make us feel especially happy, thanks to the many discounted prices we see on favorites from Oral B, Chi, and Peach & Lily.
There are hundreds of items on sale which can be difficult to analyze, so we went ahead and did some research for you. Below, check out the best beauty deals the Target sale has to offer, but act quickly, time is running out.
We can always count on Target to be stocked with the best drugstore skin care products, and now it’s also stocked with K-beauty items to add to your beauty routine. Start your routine with Peach & Lily’s Ultra-gentle Power Calm Hydrating Cleansing Gel. The gel formula foams and leaves the skin perfectly clean without removing moisture.
After cleansing, hydrate and refine your skin with Vitamin C + E Serum from No BS skin care. This serum treats discoloration and dark spots using the antioxidant A-list vitamin C, which encourages cell renewal and leaves a more even complexion. But this serum doesn’t just exfoliate: Hyaluronic Acid restores hydration while Vitamin E protects against environmental damage.
Top it off with a refreshing layer of Pierre Thomas Roth Cucumber gel mask. This refreshing mask is perfect for calming the skin after sun exposure, skin treatments like a peel or facial, or whenever you need a second to just relax.
Looking for a new hair tool? Then you are in luck because there are many irons, hairdryers and curlers on sale. You can expect to find the best choices to elevate your styling routine, like Chi’s Foolproof rotary curling tool, at a lower price. There are also many other favorite hot tools at a reduced price, like the powerful Kristin ess Brand professional hair dryer and 3-in-one flat iron.
Juvia’s place lip glosses and Beauty bakery Holiday-themed eyeshadow palettes are just a few of the makeup items you can find on sale at Target right now. But a deeper dive into its sales section will also reveal a few prep products for skin tone and makeup, like Smashbox Primer water.
And don’t forget the personal care section of Target, which has some equally great deals. In the mix you will find Oral-B’s Always a fan favorite, Smart 1500 electric toothbrush, on sale for $ 20 off.
These days, more and more people are realizing what they are putting in and on their bodies – and for good reason. Silicones, sulfates, formaldehydes, parabens, phthalates, etc. clutter the ingredient lists of many commonly used products, and many consumers are no longer there. For this reason, people are making the transition to clean beauty products.
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But sometimes it can be difficult to decipher which products are really clean. Research is an exhausting process. And look at the packaging and read every last ingredient on every product? Is not nobody got time for dat.
So whether you treat yourself or a conscious loved one, we’ve rounded up all of the best clean beauty products that will make the best Christmas stockings – without any of the BS
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– 35 Available at Ruth & Gem
As happy as the holiday season may be, the cold has caused many people to wretched. Luckily, scented candles are a way to make your home warm and cozy, and that’s why we fell in love with the guava and white tea scent from Ruth & Gem. Our beauty editor Kayla Greaves shares that she has yearned (for years) to be back home in Jamaica, so the scent of guava and passion fruit gives her an instant sense of comfort. “Plus, with a blend of coconut and soy waxes and lead-free cotton wicks, I don’t have to worry about my loved ones breathing anything other than the wonderful scent notes of the candle,” adds she does.
– $ 60 Available at Credo BeautÃ©
There are two types of people in this world: those who love winter and those who hate it. But no matter where you are, we can all agree that winter is a time when everyone’s skin gets dry, scaly, and ashy – not a good time. That’s why Osea’s best-selling body care duo (for a reason) is the perfect gift. Start by using the Earth Salts Body Scrub to smooth the skin, then lock in the moisture with the brand’s Undaria Seaweed Body Oil.
– $ 48 Available at Sephora
Lightweight, perfecting and protective all in one. This clean skin serum shade is formulated with niacinamide, squalane, and hyaluronic acid to treat while providing coverage. Plus, this dew-inducing foundation contains SPF 40 to protect your skin from harmful UV rays all day long.
– $ 88 Available at Sephora
Gorgeous colors without the guilt. These three shimmering shades are perfect to layer and mix for any day or night look. The cream-to-powder shade continues like velvet and shines like satin, the perfect finishing touch for all your New Years Eve projects. Plus, the set comes in three different color palettes so you can gift your own. your loved one (or yourself) the best shades for their (your) coloring.
– $ 28 Available at Sephora
Winter can wreak havoc on your skin and hair thanks to freezing temperatures that cause dry, flaky skin. That said, healthy hair starts at the scalp, and this serum will nourish the skin on your head for refreshed and hydrated hair. Plus, it can be used on all hair textures including protective styles. It is a victory, a victory, a victory.
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Give the gift of a worry-free bath with this festive bath that will take away any stress that naturally accompanies the holidays. The deliciously scented dip is a hand-blended Epsom salt and Dead Sea salt to nourish while you relax.
– $ 60 Available at Sephora
Who doesn’t love a good beauty kit during the holidays? And this cult Drunk Elephant box contains three of the brand’s hair products: Happi Scalp Scrub, Cocomino Glossing Shampoo and Cocomino Marula Cream Conditioner, for a complete hair care routine that produces shiny, nourished hair.
– $ 13 Available on Amazon
Who says sweet scents can’t be clean or have to cost a fortune? This Pacifica Tahitian Gardenia scent is blended using natural essential oils with notes of gardenia, orange, jasmine and tea for a vegan, cruelty-free scent that’s long-lasting, parabens and phthalates free. Plus, don’t worry if this isn’t the scent for you – there is a wide range of carefully crafted scents, like Indian Coconut Nectar and Tuscan Blood Orange.
– $ 16 Available at Celsious
If you’re looking for a practical hand soap that will wash, nourish, and smell great without any unwanted ingredients, this sustainably crafted square soap roll is the perfect gift for yourself or someone you love. Additionally, the handmade soap was made by two small companies located in Brooklyn, New York: The Celsious Laundromat and Oil + Water Skincare. Support the little ones and the locals!
– $ 16 Available on Amazon
Relax with this essential oil kit to diffuse throughout the house for a zen vibe when the family comes to town. The trio includes natural oils of citronella, cedarwood, and sweet marjoram for quiet vibes long after the wine is gone.
– $ 20 Available at Celsious
Say goodbye to dry, ashy skin this winter. This luxurious body butter is made with organic ingredients, such as coconut oil, shea butter and beeswax, and comes in three flavors: Original, Grapefruit and Bare.
Indigenous beauty brands often don’t get the recognition they deserve, as evidenced by the plain and simple fact that it’s rare to see them on the shelves of major beauty retailers. There is no good reason why there aren’t many options available to customers yet, but even so, their impact transcends the potential for profit, with an emphasis on giving back to the company. community, to be respectful of the planet and to harness the traditional – and sustainable – practices used by families for centuries.
But the good news is that many Native American makeup, skin care and body care brands attract customers without being attached to a large retailer – and that’s a major achievement in itself. Take Satya Organics, for example, a skin care brand founded by a new mom in 2014. Determined to find a non-toxic, anti-inflammatory solution to her child’s eczema, she developed a balm in her crock pot. kitchen that cleared up her daughter’s skin. in two days. The latter is just one example of several Indigenous founders having a lasting impact on the beauty community.
From luxe plants to super pigmented eyeshadow palettes, keep scrolling to learn more about nine of the best Indigenous-owned beauty brands, plus TZR’s product recommendations for each.
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Originally from Canada, Jenn Harper founded Cheekbone Beauty in 2016 to create a high quality cosmetics brand that gives back to the Indigenous community while being as low waste and sustainable as possible. Since its launch, the brand has unveiled several products ranging from face palettes to eyeshadow palettes, but its best-seller is its ultra-pigmented (and top-rated) Sustain lipstick, available in eight shades. Its most recent launch is the eyelash lengthening mascara that contains castor oil to promote lash growth.
Satya organic skin care
Satya Organics was born in 2014, initially founded by Patrice Mousseau to treat her baby’s eczema. âThe journey to Satya specifically began when Esme was eight months old and developed eczema,â the founder said in an interview on the brand’s website. “I took her to the doctor and was shocked to find that the only recommendation was a steroid cream!” So she got down to business and created her own non-toxic anti-inflammatory formula using just five ingredients. other skin conditions.
In 2018, Prados Beauty founder Cece Meadows was the first Native American makeup artist to work behind the scenes at New York Fashion Week. A year later, her cosmetics brand was born, and today, she’s known for her maximalist makeup offerings, like make-believe and brightly colored eye shadow palettes made in collaboration with the Native American artist. Steven Paul Judd. In addition to its glamorous offerings, the âPrados Promiseâ is to âput money, time and mentorship back into indigenous communitiesâ.
Aboriginal luxury brand Skwalwen Botanicals (pronounced âskwall – winâ) was founded by Leigh Joseph whose ancestral Squamish name is Styawat. She uses Squamish’s cultural teachings to harvest plants for her formulations (which, for the record, are free from harsh chemicals, phthalates, synthetic fragrances, synthetic dyes, and parabens). The products include everything from facial oils and serums to lip balm and universal skin balm.
Ketahli Beauty uses native Australian ingredients in its skin, hair and makeup products, especially those with anti-inflammatory and healing properties. âKetahli Beauty represents my three beautiful daughters and the beauty of my people, especially our women who are the backbone of indigenous families and are too often overlooked,â says founder Latoya on the brand’s website. Rate all five-star ratings – buyers are obsessed!
Ahsaki BÃ¡Ã¡ LaFrance-Chachere is the first in the country to open a cosmetics store on a reservation – in particular, her Navajo Nation Reserve. “What really started it all was the need for authentic portrayal,” said the founder. In the style concerning the creation of his company. “Being a product of the Navajo reservation, we never see ourselves or hear our voices in the beauty industry. Be a res. child and having a mom who was a fashionista and in luxury beauty, there has never been a voice of ours in space. I don’t wanna be one brand, but the first official Native American prestige beauty brand. I hope that building this business will do more than create amazing products, but also inspire others to build their own brands and businesses, in the beauty industry and beyond.
Wildcraft Skin Care
Everything about Wildcraft Skincare evokes soothing vibrations. The brand that stimulates Zen belongs to Laura Whitaker, a member of the Six Nations Mohawk Nation of the Grand River Territory. The Toronto-based brand products are handcrafted in small batches with 100% natural ingredients. The objective of the company? According to its website, it’s about “making all-natural, high-quality skin care products accessible and accessible to everyone.” Interested buyers can even book a free consultation to help them discover the right products for them.
The Essentials of Mother Earth
Founder Carrie Armstrong comes from a long line of Cree medical women, and with Mother Earth Essentials, she aims to share the nature-inspired wisdom that has been passed down to her. The brand’s website has helpful resources for learning more about the Indigenous Medicine Wheel and its sacred plants. Armstrong’s product offerings span the gamut from candles and home mists to lotions and hair care.
Founder Ariana Lauren is passionate about creating ancestral medicines in the form of modern skin care, which come in the form of topical balm, tattoo care balm, and perfumes, among others. âAs an indigenous-owned business, it is my spiritual duty to protect Mother Earth from further destruction,â the founder says on the brand’s website. âEach product is handcrafted in my little home studio using 100% renewable energy. All packaging is sourced from US companies to avoid additional carbon emissions.
ZURICH, Nov.23 (Reuters) – Specialty chemicals maker Clariant (CLN.S) said it would focus more on the Chinese market, as the Swiss company on Tuesday presented its new targets for 2025, including a higher profit margin.
Clariant will direct more than a third of its growth investments to China, in order to strengthen its local production in the world’s largest market for specialized chemical ingredients.
By 2025, Clariant wants to increase its share of sales in China to 14%, the company said ahead of its investor day.
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The company is targeting annual sales growth of 4% to 6% and a profit margin before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of 19% to 21%. The company said last month that it is targeting an EBITDA margin of 16% to 17% in 2021.
Clariant, whose products range from catalysts for chemical production and fuel processing to chemicals for personal care products, is also keen to make small acquisitions to achieve its goals.
Clariant last month raised its sales forecast for the full year and expressed confidence in passing on to its customers an “unprecedented” increase in raw material and energy costs. Read more
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However, if you think about it seriously, none of the products are personalized. The technologies under discussion are aimed more at speeding up consumers’ decision-making process than at meeting their real needs. Once consumers realize this trick, they are less likely to fall back into the trap. This implies a great potential for personalization which is waiting to be explored in China.
How brands can capitalize on the personalized beauty boom in China
This brings us to the ultimate question: how can American and global brands enter the personalized beauty market in China?
First, brands need to determine the products and services they will offer. For products belonging to the hair care and makeup categories, consumer behavior is more mix & match oriented, which emphasizes the precision of algorithms, based on safe ingredients and formulas.
For skin care products, it is more about safety, effectiveness and efficiency. China was once one of the few countries in the world to require mandatory animal testing on imported cosmetics. It was only by obtaining approval from the CFDA (China Food and Drug Administration) that the products could be imported and distributed in China. This has undoubtedly prevented many cruelty-free international brands from entering the Chinese market.
However, in March 2021, the National Medical Products Administration issued arrangements for the management of cosmetic registration and notification records and announced that imported “ordinary” cosmetics, including shampoos, makeup and perfumes, will no longer be subject to animal testing from May 1. , 2021. In order to benefit from the exemption, brands must obtain a certificate of good manufacturing practices (GMP) issued by the competent regional authorities where the company is located and provide safety assessment results that can fully confirm the safety of the product.
If it sounds further complicated, as an alternative, cross-border e-commerce could be the link between brands and Chinese consumers as no CFDA certificate is needed for this business model. However, after-sales can be a headache: it can take a lot more effort and higher costs to recycle exchanged or returned products. Il Makiage has a possible workaround, as it offers a free 14-day return in the US and a 60-day warranty for consumers in the UK, Germany, and Australia.
Once brands have identified the products, it’s time to choose a platform as the primary âbattlegroundâ. An independent e-commerce site might be a suitable option. Brands can develop their own algorithms and design personalization processes. Still, it’s harder to attract traffic than it is to sign up on mature platforms, such as Tmall and JD, as it relies more on offsite marketing.
The powerful WeChat ecosystem offers a full cycle of data collection – Branding – Marketing – Sales – Brand refresh
WeChat mini-programs are a more suitable alternative for Chinese consumers. The powerful ecosystem of the popular social media platform WeChat could form a complete cycle of data collection – branding – marketing – sales – brand actualization. Once the brand is established, the business could expand to other shopping platforms. The personalization algorithm and effortless data collection relies on WeChat mini-programs as it is much more convenient for users to take the quiz on an app they already use every day and share the links with others. Next, Effortless launched a Tmall store to sell regular, ready-to-use hair products. The company always encourages consumers to follow their WeChat account and take the quiz if they don’t know which products to use.
In addition to product and placement considerations, brands also need to take into account many details, such as how to rejuvenate personalized beauty in China, how to get the most out of current platforms, how to adjust their management systems customer relationship (CRM) to meet Chinese needs. consumers, etc. Either way, there is no doubt that personalization in the beauty industry is back with a new look and more advanced technologies. The big questions are more how, rather than if and when, beauty brands will embark on China’s lucrative personalization trend.
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- BASF SE
- Cargill Inc.
- Foodchem International Corp.
- Galactic SA
- ITA 3 srl
- Kemin Industries Inc.
- Kerry Group Plc
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I take pride in my morning routine. I get up on purpose at 5 a.m. every morning, not only because I like to exercise before work, but also because I like to have quality time for “me” before the rest of the day. world does not rise. It sets the tone for my day and improves my health and general well-being. So naturally, you would think that someone who invests so much in the morning would do the same in the evening, right? Unfortunately, that just isn’t the case for me. This time of year is particularly difficult. The work is hectic. There are a lot of vacation and friends and family events to see. My days are long and my sleep is short. It’s almost impossible to turn off my brain and relax when I’m supposed to. This is what first drew me to Neom, the UK-based aromatherapy brand that just made its debut in the US.
Founder Nicola Elliott launched the line over 15 years ago after quitting a grueling job at a magazine that left her exhausted. She studied aromatherapy and learned that natural essential oils mixed in a targeted way could help relieve some of the symptoms she had from overwork. She launched with a signature scent, Scent to Sleep â¢, and the rest is history. Today, it offers a full line of aromatherapy bath and body products, skin care products, candles, essential oil blends, diffusers and pods. Everything is vegetarian, cruelty-free and uses 100% natural fragrances. And everything is designed to promote your well-being, including the price, which drops below $ 150 per product, so you don’t lose sleep over the cost. Which two products are at the top of my list? The Perfect Night’s Sleep Mist ($ 22) is up there. I love the idea of ââstarting my evening routine by spraying my bedroom and bedding with a relaxing scent. And obviously, Perfect Night’s Sleep Overnight Facial Cream ($ 48) is calling me. (I’m the Beauty Director. What are you expecting?) It’s formulated with ceramides, hyaluronic acid, cica, mineral magnesium, and natural scents that will not only plump my skin but also calm me down. before going to bed.
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For many years, the makeup industry has been characterized by the exclusion of women of color and body type other than the white stereotype of the perfect woman.
However, since 2015, Latinas of all age groups have spent an average of $ 35 to $ 50 more per year on personal care items, such as lipstick and hair care products, than other women. .
Today, many Latinas have worked to represent women of all colors, with all features and characteristics through the art of beauty. One of those women is Angela Maria Romero, a Colombian who started in the cosmetics industry in Miami.
“Our companies now have 40 employees between the United States and Colombia, from where we serve the Spanish-speaking, American, African and European markets. It is a team with the conviction of being in a process of permanent training. to help develop new business experiences, “says Angela Maria, who through her role particularly understands and values ââthe importance of teamwork, the use of digital technology and the value of opportunities.
Angela’s companies currently distribute and market more than 50 brands, including L’OrÃ©al, Maybelline, Covergirl, Revlon, among others, among a wide range of cosmetic and hair products.
Hispanic women were the only non-white group to drive makeup and nail care purchases during the 2020 pandemic, spending 13% more than the average personal care shopper, according to Nielsen data.
Latinas who are dedicated to creating digital content in the fashion, beauty and lifestyle categories have also started to create their own makeup brands, having grown their community of followers by reviewing certain products and giving advice on the way to get the perfect look.
Among these influencers are the Mexican-American military veteran Dulce Candy, the Dominican-American YouTuber Alba Ramos, the Colombian YouTuber Paula Galindo who launched her own line under the name of PauTips.
âWe expect dairy prices to increase this summer,â said RS Sodhi, general manager of Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. (GCMMF), which owns Amul, the largest dairy brand in India. “Globally, inflation in the dairy sector is around 10%.”
Suresh Narayanan, managing director of packaged food maker NestlÃ© India, said next year would be difficult due to rising raw material prices. He expects a further rise in food prices.
âAlthough there is a rise in milk prices, opening the economy will lead to increased economic activity and increased demand – leading to escalation in prices,â he said.
âGlobally, coffee prices are increasing dramatically. The disruptions on the supply side of cocoa, oil complex and packaging materials resulted in a cost increase of 4-5%. There is going to be a specter of food inflation that will haunt us. ”
The management of disinfectant maker Dettol and Lizol, Reckitt Benckiser, said in a September quarterly global earnings call that it was facing “one-time generation cost inflation” in all markets.
The prices of major commodities such as palm oil, crude oil derivatives, and palm, sunflower, rice bran and safflower oils increased 35-50% year-on-year former. Derivatives of crude, a staple raw material for personal care products, experienced 30% year-on-year inflation.
“Standby and monitoring mode”
âWe had experienced unprecedented inflation of around 9% in the second quarter of this year and increased prices by 3-4% to mitigate the impact,â Dabur chief executive Mohit Malhotra said on Thursday during ‘a call to investors. “We initially expected inflation to slow down in the September quarter, but that seems unlikely now. We will monitor the situation for another quarter and in case inflation continues unabated, we will consider another. series of price increases in the fourth quarter. ”
A leading national distributor of fast-turnover consumer goods (FMCG) said five-six large companies had probed the trade on further price increases for the larger packs, but said those for the smaller packs in volume. entry level would not be changed.
âThe higher prices will be visible on larger packaging intended for urban consumption, retailed in modern commerce and on e-commerce channels,â he said. The increase will come on top of prices which have increased 2-10% this year. Hindustan Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Marico, Dabur, NestlÃ© and Godrej Consumer Products have increased the prices of some packaging over the past six to eight months.
Restaurant meals, which are experiencing a revival with reopening and the end of year celebrations, should still weigh on consumers’ bills. âThe prices of commercial LPG cylinders have been increased several times this year. The increase will significantly increase catering and delivery costs,â said Kabir Suri, president of the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI). “Margins are under strain due to macroeconomic inflationary pressures, rising oil and now LPG.” Suri is also a co-founder of Azure Hospitality, which operates the Mamagoto and Foxtrot restaurant chains. He said the increased costs will be passed on to the consumer.
Cost reduction measures
Executives said reducing packaging costs by decreasing the number of layers, reducing pack content and reducing delivery costs by creating hyper-local distribution points will always need to be supported by further increases in prices. consumer prices. Last week’s cut in gasoline and diesel excises will have a marginal impact, they said.
The central government reduced excise taxes on gasoline and diesel on the eve of Diwali, leading to lower prices for gasoline and diesel. Some states have also lowered the value added tax (VAT) on fuels.
Soft drink prices are expected to increase 3-4% for some packs after a 1.5-year gap over the coming season, said Ravi Jaipuria, president of RJ Corp, the manufacturer’s national bottling partner. PepsiCo drinks. “We are trying to recalibrate and see how best to protect mass prices, but some increases will have to be made,” he said.
Oprah winfrey’s The list of favorite things is back just in time for Christmas and this year the billionaire media mogul is making sure his followers buy black this holiday season.
Oprah is known for bringing amazing discoveries to her followers through her annual lists, while helping small businesses get the visibility they need. As a decades-long champion of diversity and inclusion, Oprah has used her 2021 list to help amplify businesses founded or run by black executives.
Of the 22 products that made Oprah’s favorite things list, here are 10 we wanted to highlight to our readers.
- Melt into shape
Melt Fit is a plus size sports brand created by mother of two Ashley Garner. The leggings are high waisted for comfort and are available in styles ranging from solid colors to bold animal prints. In addition to leggings, the range also includes sports bras, tank tops, jackets and accessories.
This family business was started by famous tailor Richfresh and his brother Chase. They have answered the pandemic’s call for reliable PPE with a range of washable and fashionable origami-inspired face masks designed for adults and children. Their masks were lauded in Hollywood by donning the faces of stars like J.Lo, LeBron James and Tracee Ellis Ross in addition to being the official mask of the president Obama ‘anniversary, the Emmy Awards and the Oscars. For each mask purchased, a mask is offered to caregivers and families in need.
Created by decorated American Olympian for athletics Allyson Felix, Saysh is the by-product of Felix’s previous godfather who failed to protect her maternal rights. The sneakers are designed to fit the female foot, including features that are comfortable on the foot like foam padding and molded heels.
4. The woods of Omi
Ashley Alexis McFarlane pays tribute to its Jamaican-Ashanti-Brown heritage through its Omi Woods creation. 18k Gold Vermeil Necklaces Celebrate the African Diaspora are fair trade jewelry from small mines that pay fair wages and contribute to the health care, education, safety and living conditions of miners .
5. Carry-all and transport
Tote & Carry was born after designer Tony Dennis and fashion entrepreneur Tony Reyat have joined forces to create snakeskin pattern vegan leather travel bags. Since its launch, the brand has expanded to include clutch bags, backpacks, wallets and laptop bags.
After being Oprah’s pedicurist for years, Gloria williams used her nickname “The Foot Nanny” to lead its line of foot care products. âBy staying true to my mother’s traditions and keeping her recipes in mind, I have managed to develop my own line of aromatherapy foot products,â says Williams. For its seventh year on Oprah’s Favorite Things, Footnanny is promoting their olive oil pedicure collection.
7. Wonderffe Stuffed Waffle Maker
Mike Bradford, a welding engineer turned software developer, came up with the idea for Wonderffele during lunch break with his colleagues. It took one of his friend’s large portions of chicken and waffle to inspire Bradford’s idea of ââwaffles on the go. “I realized there was no easy way to eat waffles on the go, not with the things we typically eat with waffles.” Wonderffe is a cordless waffle iron with a cavity large enough to fill any type of stuffing, from chicken to apple pie.
8. All colored pencils
It took Sabine Joseph ‘her daughter asked her to draw a picture of her grandmother so that the mother would realize how difficult it was to find a pencil that matched her beautiful brown skin. The experience inspired Joseph to solve the problem himself and start his company All of Us Crayon. Handcrafted pencils are made with natural pigments derived from the earth. âTo make sure that each of our children understands that they are perfect as they are is what I was put on this Earth for,â Joseph says. âI hope these pencils can sow seeds of kindness, acceptance and unity, and most importantly, friendships. Even if friendships are only on a piece of paper.
9. Orijin bees
After Melissa Orijin noticed that her daughter was less interested in African culture once she started school, Orijin was determined to help her child appreciate the beauty of her heritage. Unable to find too many dolls representing her daughter, Orijin created one herself. Orijin Bees baby dolls celebrate the beauty of diversity by creating dolls with different skin tones and hair textures. âThey are a way for children to be proud of their heritage, to celebrate their identity and to embrace their cultural roots,â said Orijin.
10. Mischo Beauty
Kitiya Mischo King got the idea for her nail polish line when she was pregnant with her son and looking for a chic, non-toxic nail polish. Frustrated with the industry standard for chemical-based varnishes, King used his bachelor’s degree in chemistry and cosmetology to create his own line of gluten-free, cruelty-free, and artificial fragrance-free nail polish.
The holidays are here and as you celebrate your loved ones with heartfelt gifts, remember the importance of supporting our black business owners and leaders.
Discover the whole Oprah’s Favorite Things List featuring all black-owned and black-run businesses HERE.
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The major key players in the global beauty and personal care products market are as follows
The Estee Lauder Companies Inc., Unilever, Coty Inc., Avon Products, Inc., Beiersdorf AG, Revlon, Inc., L’Oreal Group, Shiseido Company, Limited, Mary Kay Inc., Kao Corporation, Procter & Gamble, L ‘Occitane International SA
Future forecast for the global beauty and personal care products industry explains forecast market values, industry progress, upcoming plans, and policies. Also, the forecast view of Volume, Value and Consumption is presented from 2019-2025. The strategies implemented by the leading global beauty and personal care products players along with the historical and current market performance are outlined in this report. The Global Beauty and Personal Care Products fundamental market overview, market share, import-export status, and price structure are presented. The report begins with the research objectives, definition, market scope and size estimate of Global Beauty & Personal Care Products. The growth rate from 2014 to 2024 and the full picture of the global beauty and personal care products industry are covered.
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The following segment explains the global beauty and personal care products market dynamics presenting the opportunities, risks and driving forces of the market. Further, the profile of the major manufacturers analyzed in the study explains their business portfolio, market growth, market share for each type and application as well as their geographic presence. Full estimate of trade margin, price, revenue share and gross margin is explained. Global Beauty and Personal Care Products Market sales and marketing channels, traders, distributors and dealers of the Global Beauty and Personal Care Products Market are completely evaluated.
The main objectives of the Global Beauty and Personal Care Products Market research report are as follows:
To provide the complete structure and fundamental overview of the global beauty and personal care products industry market.
To offer insight into vital aspects of Global Beauty & Personal Care Products such as growth trajectory, CAGR value, market share and revenue analysis.
Evaluate the growth opportunities, threats, market drivers and risks involved.
To understand the competition in the global Beauty and Personal Care Products market by analyzing major vendors, with their market profile, revenue, profit, import-export details, and market share.
To analyze the Global Beauty & Personal Care Products product type, applications and regional presence of the global Beauty & Personal Care Products industry.
To indicate the price structure, import-export details, supply chain analysis, SWOT analysis to facilitate the key decision-making process.
To drive future growth, analysis of investments and upcoming growth opportunities with the analysis of emerging market segments and sub-segments.
Present historical, current and forecast market analysis with product developments, joint ventures and strategic alliances.
Study recent developments, emerging sectors, new product launch events, and mergers and acquisitions in the global beauty and personal care products industry.
Understand the data sources, implicit research methodology and key findings.
Application base, the Global Beauty & Personal Care Products from 2020 to 2025 covers:
Men, Women, Children
The base of types, global beauty and personal care products from 2020 to 2025 is mainly divided into:
Shower gel, wet wipes, body lotion, tissues, moisturizer
Geographically, the report covers:
North America (covered in Chapter 9): United States, Canada, Mexico.
Europe (covered in Chapter 10): Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, others.
Asia-Pacific (covered in Chapter 11): China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, India.
South America (covered in Chapter 12): Brazil, Argentina, Colombia.
Middle East and Africa (covered in Chapter 13): United Arab Emirates, Egypt and South Africa
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China’s National Medicines Administration (“NMPA”), the administrative body responsible for regulating pharmaceuticals, medical devices and cosmetics in China, recently launched a campaign to enforce the Regulation on Surveillance and Monitoring. administration of cosmetics (“Cosmetics Regulations”), which is the first of its kind and in scope since the entry into force of the Cosmetics Regulations on January 1, 2021. During the period of one year ending in October 2022, local NMPA offices across the country are urged to crack down on sales of personal care products and cosmetics if they are found to be in violation of cosmetics regulations. The campaign focuses on e-commerce platforms.
Regulatory compliance is likely to become even more important in this area. The NMPA initiative also means that brand owners facing challenges related to non-compliant products, including parallel imports, will be in a better position to seek regulatory intervention against these products during the campaign.
Below we highlight some key aspects of the NMPA law enforcement campaign. If you are interested in more details, please contact our attorneys listed on the right side.
Overview and potential impact of the NMPA enforcement campaign
Local NMPA offices at provincial and municipal levels should organize business operators in their respective administrative regions to conduct self-inspection and take corrective action regarding products that violate the cosmetics regulation. The app campaign focuses on (3) key areas:
Online sale of unregistered products:
Local NMPA offices are urged to focus on cracking down on online sales of the following products:
- Products that have not been registered in accordance with the Cosmetics Regulation;
- Products offered using a forged product registration or someone else’s;
- Products blacklisted by the NMPA and banned from sale.
Online sales of products with exaggerated or misleading claims:
The NMPA campaign also focuses on combating misleading product claims and efficacy claims, including products believed to contain ingredients such as stem cells, acid peels, “cosmeceuticals” or items involving medical effects, etc. Companies must ensure that the product and labeling information displayed on online stores is complete, truthful and accurate and complies with product registration information.
Cosmetics sold online containing illegal substances that may endanger human health:
The NMPA campaign also targets products that contain banned or restricted ingredients, or ingredients in excess, which may endanger human health. In particular, products for children and special purpose products such as freckles and skin whitening will be the key area of ââlaw enforcement.
Companies in this area will need to assess whether their products can become the target of such enforcement initiatives. NMPA enforcement initiatives also place particular emphasis on the responsibilities of e-commerce platform operators under the Cosmetics Regulation, including registering personal care and cosmetic distributors under their real names, having dedicated staff and setting up monitoring and reporting mechanisms to ensure that the products offered on the e-commerce platform comply with the Cosmetics Regulation.
Finally, it is not uncommon to see parallel imported personal care and cosmetic products offered without product registration information, or with the product registration information of the brand owner, but without the authorization of the brand owner. brand owner, or without complete product and labeling information. With the enforcement campaign in place, brand owners will now also have better opportunities to ensure that products offered under their brands by third parties remain compliant and do no harm to their brand.
SANTA BARBARA, California and GREENSBORO, North Carolina, November 4, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Premium skin care brand ESTAS Beauty announces the launch of a new collection of products available today at ESTASbeauty.com. Founded by a heart attack survivor Cristina Beltran and beauty veteran, Alejandra thompson, ESTAS Beauty offers a luxury skincare solution to the more than 100 million people who suffer from scars each year. Of these, more than 50 million people acquire scars as a result of surgeries.
Healing is part of healing, and we want everyone to use our products and feel proud and empowered by their scar.
âDeveloping this line was extremely important to me, as I know firsthand the insecurities of scars and the lack of skin care products to heal them,â says the co-founder. Cristina Beltran, who has a 6-inch scar following open heart surgery at the age of 24. âEveryone should have access to high quality skin care to feel confident about their skin. use our products and feel proud and empowered by their scar. “
The ESTAS Beauty collection is designed to nourish, protect and hydrate scars and includes intense hydration, gentle application and an absorbent formula. The product line includes three products: “Morning Massage” cleansing oil with vitamin E and primrose; a “Daily Dose” cream serum with vitamin E and C; and “Sleep Salve” mask made of silicone and vitamin E. A key ingredient includes silicone, which increases hydration and reduces collagen production, itching and discomfort. With powerful antioxidants, ESTAS Beauty products brighten, hydrate and heal scars, while locking in moisture and softening the skin.
âScars are a special type of skin, with special needs that require special attention,â says co-founder Alejandra thompson. âAlthough scars can vary in size and severity, the common thread running through all scars is care: they need hydration, nourishment, and effective ingredients to fight common symptoms such as redness, sore skin, and scars. itchy, uneven texture and discoloration.The ESTAS Beauty line offers luxury skin care formulas that are gentle on the skin and increase moisture retention to help the scar retain as much moisture as possible. ” She adds, “For us, skin care includes scar care, and scar care should always be an important part of our daily skin care routine.”
ESTAS Beauty products are fragrance-free, formulated without parabens, sulfates or phthalates. The product line is dermatologist tested and skin safe. The trio of products can be sold separately or as a set. The company plans to expand its product offering to include a preoperative skin care line in 2022.
âI always see patients who are concerned about how to take care of their scars and are looking for a luxurious topical solution as opposed to sticky and oily,â says Dr. Robert schwarcz, MD, FACS. “ESTAS Beauty products fill a void in the skin care market for scar treatment, and what’s more, they are hydrating, nourishing and protective – which every scar needs.”
About ESTAS BeautÃ©
ESTAS (Every Scar Tells A Story) Beauty was founded in 2019 by Cristina Beltran and Alejandra thompson, who both underwent surgeries, which left them with various scars. At 24, Cristina suffered sudden cardiac arrest and then underwent triple open-heart bypass surgery, leaving her with a six-inch scar on her chest. Alejandra has had two cesarean sections.
Frustrated by the lack of luxury skin care products specifically dedicated to scar treatment, they collaborated with a leading chemist and doctors to develop brand new scar care products, rooted in the belief and the desire to celebrate scars. The range includes: “Morning Massage” cleansing oil with vitamin E and primrose; “Daily Dose” cream serum with vitamin E and C; and the “Sleep Salve” mask in silicone and vitamin E, which are made with the best ingredients to beautify your scar. They can be used on surgical scars, burn scars and everyday bumps and scrapes. To order products and find additional information, visit www.estasbeauty.com and follow the brand on social media via Instagram @estasbeauty.
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Coconut Matter was founded in 2015 by Diane van Zwanenberg, who left the world of finance to develop a personal care brand as a platform for sharing sustainable values.
âOur brand is a mission-driven brandâ¦ and I have a very simple mission: to transform your bathroom into a plastic-free bathroomâ said van Zwanenberg.
The company offers a line of natural personal care products, from deodorant to lip and hand balms, in plastic-free packaging.
Its best-selling natural deodorant is currently available in biodegradable paper tube packaging.
However, the company is currently phasing them out in favor of a new compostable paper tube as it aims to become a circular beauty brand.
âMy goal is that when a customer is done with one of my products, they don’t have to send it to a recycling plantâ¦ Asia is not like Europe where recycling facilities are very common. Ideally, I would like to create products that decompose on their own, safely buried in your own backyard. This is the ideal solution, but it takes time to get there. We are committed to it and we will continue to look for new solutions â, said van Zwanenberg.
As sustainable packaging and ingredient choices have improved since the brand’s launch six years ago, van Zwanenberg told us she still struggles to find solutions that align with the vision. brand circular.
âA lot of times you can have this concept, but you have to find the people who do it. Most of the time, many of them are not used for the cosmetics industry, so sometimes you have to cross industries to find this solution.
For its latest compostable deodorant paper tube, the company had to compromise on certain features. For example, because the paper is coated with an oil rather than a plastic laminate, which makes it less resistant to wear.
“Although it still has some form of protection, the color [of the packaging] will scrub more easily and stains will not wash off as well. I think we’re going to receive a lot of complaints about this.
van Zwanenberg is no stranger to consumers quibbling over the packaging of the brand’s paper products.
âHonestly, a lot of customers say they like our product but they ‘hate’ the paper packagingâ¦ There are a lot of complaints and I’ve lost customers because of it. But at least we’re having this conversation with the consumer. This gives us the opportunity to tell them that even if the paper is different, you will do good for the environment.
Despite this, van Zwanenberg is still determined to use paper-based packaging materials.
âThere are times when I get frustrated, especially during formulation. If I didn’t use paper it would be better for the stability of the product, the ingredients would be easier. But the brand was born with the intention of sharing social and environmental values âââ, she says.
âObviously, it’s more work. It forces us to spend more time with our clients. I guess in the end we realized that imperfection is fine. It’s something that I don’t think big brands can handle. “
Despite the complaints, sales of its natural deodorant continued to increase year on year. Since its launch six years ago, the company has produced about 10 times more of its deodorant. It has also spread across the world to America, South America, the Philippines, the United Arab Emirates and Southeast Asia.
Work on the future
As of now, its deodorant paper tube packaging has undergone at least seven iterations and van Zwanenberg said he will continue to work to improve it.
âDeodorant is our flagship product, so we want to push the boundaries as much as possible because it represents us. We may not be pushing as hard for our other products, but that’s because we don’t have the capital and our team is also very small.
In the future, the company plans to launch more personal care products and is focused on developing waterless formulas.
âLess water means less packaging, less logistical waste, so there are many reasons to go without water. Some of our products are waterless and we will continue to research how we can create products such as shampoos, conditioners, waterless soapsâ¦ All of these will be exciting to work with.
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The contract is divided into the following sub-parts:
- Skin care products
- Hair care product
- Make-up and Perfume
The following regions are covered by the report:
- North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
- Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia, Italy and rest of Europe)
- Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)
- South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and the rest of South America)
- Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, South Africa and Rest of Middle East and Africa)
The main market players identified in the study are as follows:
- Procter & Gamble
- Estee Lauder
- Peaceful Love
- Johnson & johnson
- Natura Cosmetics
- JALA Group
- Shanghai Jawha
The market is divided into three sections depending on the application:
- Supermarket & Hypermarket
- Beauty & Drugstore Box
- Electricity sales
The major companies of the global Beauty Products market are analyzed on the basis of their market share, late turn of events, new product launches, organizations, consolidations or acquisitions, and markets served. It provides a realistic view of the current market situation by accumulating accurate and forecast market figures in value and volume, technological advancement, macroeconomic variables and governing the market.
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STATEN ISLAND, NY – New Yorker, your wallets may soon take a much needed break thanks to recently introduced legislation.
Co-sponsored by Assembly members Michael Tannousis (R-Staten Island / Brooklyn), Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) and other Assembly Republicans, the Consumer Aid and Aid Plan inflation would suspend sales tax on a variety of goods and services for two years. in an effort to relieve New Yorkers of soaring prices.
âIt’s no secret that the prices we pay for everyday items and basic necessities have skyrocketed in recent months,â Tannousis said. âNew Yorkers around the world are facing the highest gas, energy and food prices we have seen in nearly a decade. â¦ This is the kind of law that brings real and meaningful help to our communities.
The plan aims to help all New Yorkers struggling with the rising rate of inflation by immediately suspending state sales taxes on things like gasoline, personal care products, housekeeping supplies. and the food.
The overall consumer price index soared an alarming 5.4% between September 2020 and September 2021, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which equates to an average monthly increase of $ 287 in spending for single consumers and a monthly increase of $ 388 for families of four.
According to New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, state tax revenues have raised $ 7.2 billion more than expected through September, and local sales tax collections have increased by 20% in the third trimester.
âWith record gas, energy and food prices, along with the cost of most consumer goods on the rise, it’s hardly surprising that New York City continues to rank among the least favorable states. business and least family friendly in the nation, âReilly said. âI am pleased to join my fellow Republicans in bringing forward this important legislation, which aims to make the cost of living in New York City more affordable for middle and working class families who call this state home. “
At the end of JCPenney’s contract with Sephora, the retailer is planning a major rollout of its new beauty concept JCPenney Beauty. Last week, the DFW-based company unveiled 10 test sites, including one at the Town East Mall in Mesquite.
JCPenney Beauty is expected to be in all stores here early 2023.
âWe’ve had an amazing business for many years, but our customers kept telling us they wanted something different. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and after thousands of interviews, we created JCPenney Beauty, which is exactly what they wanted, âsaid Michelle Wlazlo, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer for the brand, said during the recent unveiling of a test site at the Mesquite site, one of 10.
The objective of the new retail space will combine a mix of prestigious brands with proven core products such as CoverGirl and Revlon; and a focus on the development of brands founded by BIPOC.
Thirteen Lune, an inclusive e-commerce site co-founded by Nyakio Grieco, shares a partnership with JCPenney Beauty and is a brand that offers a majority of products created by the founders of Black and BIPOC. Of the 170 brands in JCPenney Beauty’s initial mix, 39 are from Thirteen Lune.
âWe are very proud of our partnership with JCPenney Beauty. For many of our brands, this is the first time that they are sitting on a national shelf, âsays Nyakio. Ninety percent of Thirteen Lune’s brands are created by the founders of Black and BIPOC, designed for people of all colors, and 10 percent of their brands are dedicated to the alliance.
“We define an Allied Brand as a brand that is not created by black or brown people, but created by someone who, both in front and behind the scenes of their business, has championed diversity.”
Some of Thirteen Lune’s brands include Sara Happ, Buttah Skin, and Bossy Cosmetics.
JCPenney Beauty was rooted in creating a space of authenticity, Wlazlo said. âI just want every customer who walks in to feel welcome and have a place where their authentic beauty is celebrated. I want them to come in and smile because they can be themselves.
The space includes products and brands that cater to a mass of people. Wlazlo described JCPenney Beauty as hyper-inclusive because it provides everything regardless of gender, age, race, and income. The brands range from mass, masstige and prestige products. This includes cosmetics companies such as Almay and Mirabella, hair companies such as Conair and Eva-NYC, perfumery products from Ariana Grande and Carolina Herrera, as well as skin care products for men and women. such as Every Man Jack and Skin Gym.
âThere really is something for everyone here,â she said. âI want the client to celebrate our unique and wonderfully diverse lives. This is really what it is. “
Mozzafiato is a premium online retail platform that brings together the best Italian beauty products in one place. Italy’s rich history and beauty legacy can often seem elusive and inaccessible to consumers around the world. That is why Mozzafiato has taken the initiative to bring together the best of Italian skin, home, perfume and other body products in one place.
All over the world, people associate Italian brands with superior quality and sophistication. Mozzafiato’s online retail platform now makes it easier for you to shop for Italian beauty brands and get your fix of the Italian soul.
To be selected as part of Mozzafiato’s highly refined retail selection, each brand must meet the following three core standards:
- Anima (Italian soul)
- Qualita (Quality)
- Stile (Italian style)
Mozzafiato believes that these three essential characteristics are what sets Italian brands apart from the rest of the world. Each brand for sale on their online platform carries with it a deep Italian heritage, unique stories of production and growth, and generations of insight and craftsmanship.
Mozzafiato’s website provides the opportunity for consumers to receive personalized recommendations on skin care products by talking to their experts.
Its bath and body products include a range of soaps, oils and salts, allowing you to have your next bath the Italian way.
Some of the skin care products sold on Mozzafiato include premium cleansers, toners, moisturizers, exfoliators, face masks and more.
The platform offers beauty products and fragrances for men and women and even offers a range of supreme quality home products.
They offer a range of exclusive packages for those looking to purchase multiple products for a single purpose. They offer gift boxes, gift cards and exclusive gift boxes for home and beauty.
When you spend more than $ 75 on the Mozzafiato platform, you automatically get free shipping and a 10% discount that applies at checkout. You don’t need to take additional tedious steps as these offers and discounts will automatically be applied to your purchase order.
With new products, brands and categories appearing every day, the beauty can be a little overwhelming. Back to Basics is our rudimentary beauty series that serves as a crash course in the science behind some of the best formulations in the game.
If you have oily or acne-prone skin, you are probably already familiar with the skin care products that are most beneficial for your skin type. There are prescription retinol and retinoids to help with persistent rashes and salicylic acid to unclog pores and reduce oiliness. However, when it comes to improving your skin’s defenses against free radicals and stopping fat, milk thistle is the last under the radar skin care ingredient you need to know.
Also known as silybum marianum, milk thistle has been used in herbal medicine for centuries, recognized as a remedy for everything from preventing various liver diseases to promoting lactation and healing the disease. hangover. It turns out that the seed extract of this flowering plant – known for its thorny purple and red flowers – has a number of skin tone perfecting properties when applied to the skin. And while it may be less well known than some flagship skin care products like, say, hyaluronic acid, experts predict that milk thistle’s range of benefits and effectiveness will make it one. cult classic in no time.
What is milk thistle?
As a topical ingredient for skin care, milk thistle has several benefits. However, it is important to understand that these benefits must be attributed to silymarin, a flavonoid found in milk thistle seeds which, according to the cosmetic chemist and director of research and development of SOS Beauty Nick Dindio, “contains all the good things” – namely a mixture of pharmacologically active components that are insoluble in water, he explains. While most topical milk thistle products contain milk thistle as is, a few are only formulated with silymarin extract and, in turn, are generally more potent.
First of all, silymarin (and, therefore, milk thistle) is a powerful antioxidant – in fact, a cosmetic dermatologist Dr Mariana Vergara points out that it has been shown to be even more powerful than vitamin E. “It protects the skin from free radicals and pollutants,” she says. “When used topically, it can protect against damage from UVA and UVB rays. It has also been shown to have anti-aging properties, as it is known to inhibit the glycation process, which can prevent aging of the skin. “
As an antioxidant dermatologist and certified by the board of directors Dr Corey L. Hartman says it also protects against the breakdown of collagen and elastin and improves circulation in the skin at the cellular level. But the benefits don’t end there: Silymarin also contains a strong anti-inflammatory effect. “It can help calm irritated skin conditions and promote homeostasis through the regulation of free radicals,” he says.
What sets silymarin apart from other topical antioxidants available today are its anti-inflammatory properties that help calm rashes and its ability to control sebum production, both of which are crucial if you suffer from acne. âThis has a direct impact on the activity of the sebaceous glands and their ability to stimulate sebum production,â says Dr. Hartman. Dr Vergara points out another benefit: âIt’s also non-comedogenic, so it doesn’t clog your pores, which is a factor that leads to rashes in acne patients. “
How to use milk thistle
How you use topical milk thistle depends on the type of product it’s formulated in, but in general Dindio recommends using it twice a day. “[Milk thistle] primarily affects conditions that build up throughout the day, so I would recommend using it in the morning and evening for maximum effect, âhe says.â Applying the product in the morning would help alleviate any damage acquired while throughout the day while applying in the evening would ensure that you resolve any further damage. Serums are generally more potent, but experts don’t say using one is necessarily better than a mask or moisturizer – use whatever works best for your skin.
Because silymarin, the main flavonoid in milk thistle, contains large molecules that don’t easily penetrate the skin, Dindio also says it’s best to look for formulas that incorporate encapsulation or other methods that increase its bioavailability. Some products will state milk thistle on the label while others isolate the silymarin flavonoid, but you will get the same benefits for both.
In terms of integrating into your existing routine, milk thistle is compatible with most other ingredients, although Dr. Hartman says they work particularly well with other antioxidants like vitamin C and ferulic acid. , as well as salicylic acid.
Who is a good candidate for milk thistle?
In general, milk thistle pairs well with all skin types and tones. Because it offers antioxidant protection, Dindio considers it a prime candidate for anyone looking to prevent or improve the appearance of photoaging and the effects of environmental stressors (like dullness, fine lines, etc.). But because of its anti-inflammatory and oil-controlling properties, Dr. Hartman says it’s an especially good choice for anyone with oily or acne-prone skin. Overall, he considers milk thistle a great way to reap multiple skin benefits at once: “[Milk thistle is] fits easily into a skin care regimen and achieves more than one goal, which is always a consideration for me, a skin care minimalist. “
Coming up, seven milk thistle and silymarin products to incorporate into your routine to boost your skin’s defense against free radicals, fight the signs of aging, and fight oily and rashes.
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- If you have rosacea, it can be difficult to create a skin care routine.
- We asked dermatologists to explain how to develop a safe and effective skin care regimen for people with rosacea.
- These tips and product recommendations will help you take control of your skin condition.
Perfecting a skin care routine can be quite difficult to navigate. With the amount of advice going around, the names of complex ingredients to try to pronounce, and the sheer number of products available, it’s hard to know exactly what you’re looking for. Add rosacea to the mix, and it can make the idea of ââdeveloping a skin care routine even more intimidating. But with the help of the best dermatologists, finding a basic diet when you have rosacea is easier than you might think. It’s always important to go for a diagnosis first, but if you’re not sure who to turn to, we asked the experts everything you need to know about a suitable rosacea skin care routine.
What is rosacea?
Rosacea is a common, but often misdiagnosed, chronic inflammatory skin disease. Alia Ahmed, MD, psychodermatologist and consultant for the NHS and Get harley, said POPSUGAR that rosacea is generally subdivided into the following categories: erythema-telangectatic, papulopustular, ocular, phymatous, granulomatous, and neurogenic, all of which can be diagnosed by a dermatologist.
Although everyone experiences rosacea differently, common symptoms include: redness (often affecting the forehead, nose, cheeks and chin), bumps and pustules, broken capillaries, flushing, burning sensation, swelling of the face caused by inflammation and feeling of dryness of the skin.
In darker skin tones, where the early symptoms of rosacea can sometimes go unnoticed, look for acne-like rashes, burning or stinging when applying skin care products, and rather than redness, look for dark spots on the skin, as well as dryness. “Seeing a professional will help you confirm the diagnosis and avoid irritation that can potentially lead to long-term post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation in dark skin.” Amiee Vyas, MD, aesthetic doctor, consultant for Get harley, and co-founder of the Black Skin Advisory Board, noted.
There are a number of common rosacea triggers to watch out for, including alcohol, temperature extremes, sun exposure, spicy foods, exercise, and psychological factors like stress.
It is not known exactly what causes rosacea, we do know that it is an “inflammatory condition associated with an alteration of the skin barrier and colonization by microorganisms,” explained Dr Vyas. While there is no cure for the disease, it is manageable with the right avoidance of triggers and treatment through skin care and sometimes oral medication.
How to Create a Skin Care Routine If You Have Rosacea
When you have rosacea, tailoring your skin care routine to your specific needs can be the key to managing it. If you suspect you have rosacea or have recently been diagnosed, when it comes to a new skin care routine, Lauren Hamilton, MD, cosmetic doctor and founder of Victor & Garth, told POPSUGAR that “less is more”. And Dr Vyas echoed that and recommended cutting your skincare routine right away.
Experts all agree that starting with a gentle, soothing cleanser, followed by a light moisturizer, and ending with mineral SPF in the morning is a great place to start. Until you get your condition under control, “avoid strong active ingredients (such as alpha-hydroxy acids and beta-hydroxy acids) and products that contain alcohol or perfume,” Dr. Vyas said. . “On top of that, you can add antimicrobial products to protect yourself from microorganisms.” This will help to minimize irritation as much as possible that could further compromise your skin barrier.
Ingredients to watch out for if you have rosacea
If you’re looking for specific ingredients in your skin care products that can help ease your rosacea symptoms, a good rule of thumb is to keep an eye out for anything that can help restore skin barrier function. âIngredients like glycerin and hyaluronic acid will rehydrate your skin, while ceramides will retain moisture and help your skin barrier,â Dr. Hamilton said.
Once you’ve settled your skin and worked on repairing your barrier, with expert help, you may want to look for slightly stronger ingredients that target other rosacea symptoms. Brimonidine gel and oxymetazoline hydrochloride have been shown to help relieve redness, Dr. Hamilton explained. Topical azelaic acid (which you can buy with or without a prescription depending on the percentage of strength) is effective for people with red or pus-filled bumps present in inflammatory rosacea. Dr Vyas agrees, adding that antioxidants and polyhydroxy acids can also help with gentle exfoliation as they are the least irritating of all hydroxy acids.
Using sunscreen is important if you have rosacea
There is a skin care product that is an absolute must for everyone, and it’s sunscreen. But, if you have rosacea, you will need to stay on top of wearing it. even more. Wearing sunscreen with a minimum of SPF 30 all day, every day, is one of the best ways to protect your skin from sun damage as well as potential triggers for a rosacea flare. (since sunlight is a well-known trigger for rosacea flare-ups). “UV rays can damage blood vessels (by breaking down the supporting collagen and elastin in the blood vessels) contributing to the symptoms of redness and flushing associated with rosacea,” said Dr Ahmed.
Experts generally recommend using a mineral sunscreen rather than a chemical one, as the ingredients used in chemical formulas tend to irritate sensitive skin like those with rosacea. The ingredients in a mineral sunscreen contain zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, which tend to be better tolerated by people with sensitive skin. Sonia khorana, a general practitioner (with a particular interest in dermatology) and cosmetic doctor in the West Midlands, also recommended using a mineral SPF if you are prone to rash.
What skin care products should a person with rosacea potentially avoid?
âDon’t be overzealous with physical exfoliation practices (eg using washcloths or rough scrubs),â Dr Ahmed said. “Avoid products with a strong scent as they can sometimes cause skin reactions and make rosacea worse.” Once you have a better understanding of the triggers, you will be able to determine if the scent is right for you or not. âOther changes to consider would be to use water-based makeup and oil-free moisturizers,â Dr. Hamilton said.
That said, while many dermatologists suggest products and treatments that work with rosacea, it’s worth noting that many of them also live by the motto (As dermatologist Ranella Hirsch said): “If you are happy with your skin care, ignore what IG says.” There are products that experts recommend avoiding if you have rosacea, but if you have rosacea and one of those products works for you, then you do.
A note on prescription products and rosacea
Often times, rosacea is treated with prescription products, however, as there are different types of rosacea, treatment for each varies widely, with some improving with regular skin care products and others requiring. medical treatments such as oral antibiotics and laser treatment, Dr. Hamilton explained. If you are suffering from mild rosacea, it may be suggested to manage your symptoms first without prescription products and instead by identifying triggers and using skin care products designed to strengthen the skin barrier and reduce irritation. If you have symptoms affecting your eyes, Dr Vyas said it is imperative that you see your GP as this could be a sign of ocular rosacea.
In short: when it comes to skin care for people with rosacea, Dr. Vyas simply said, keep the routine short and sweet. And try to visit a GP or dermatologist for personalized expert advice if you can. Buy dermatologist-recommended skin care products for rosacea in advance.
Coty Cosmetics CEO Sue Nabi told Axios that the beauty giant will “probably” one day showcase Coty-branded products.
Why is this important: Coty produces some of the world’s most popular perfumes, skin care products and color cosmetics on behalf of other well-known brands, but has given up on producing its own branded products.
In an interview on “Axios on HBO”, Nabi also discussed the brand’s decision to buy 52% stake in Kylie Cosmetics and 20% in KKW Beauty, Kim Kardashian West’s beauty brand.
- Coty has faced investor lawsuits who argued that the Kylie Cosmetics deal was too expensive, given the distorted numbers presented to Forbes in 2020 about the company. But Nabi said the power of these brands on social media makes them profitable long-term investments.
- “Clearly, we are going to invest behind Kylie â¦ Today she is the most followed woman on Instagram. She recently gained two million followers in one week, 60 million, over 60 million in one year, âNabi said.
The big picture: The beauty industry has been shaken by the pandemic’s transition to e-commerce and micro-influencers through social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram.
- Micro-influencers, or social media influencers who cater to a niche audience, have forced traditional beauty companies to consider more progressive trends, like sustainable beauty products, genderless cosmetics and skincare and a more wide variety of makeup matching the complexion.
The bottom line: âThese followers are following that person because they know that person is an expert on something. And with those, I would say, a new generation of influencers, âNabi said.
- Coty has recently invested heavily in revamping her Cover Girl beauty brand, especially to address more diversity.
I know Christmas stockings and twinkling lights might not be on your mind right now, but the holidays are just around the corner. Before we know it, we’ll need to find the perfect gifts for mom and our best friends. If you’re not sure what exactly to hang, Advent calendars are a great option that offers some variety. The coolest part? They contain gifts for several days of the season, so it’s really the gift that keeps on giving. Coming up, find 24 of the best beauty advent calendars on the market right now.
ELF Cosmetics Snow One Loves You More 12 Day Advent Calendar
ELF has always offered affordable, high-quality makeup and skin care. This year, their Advent Calendar features 12 days of freebies, ranging from their Bite Size eyeshadow to Seriously Satin lipstick. There are also tools like beauty sponges and eyelash curlers inside.
Sephora Collection Holiday Vibes Advent Calendar
Holiday mood, indeed. The Sephora collection offers a variety of tools and beauty products that will make the perfect gift for your loved ones. Whether it’s a certified beauty enthusiast or someone who doesn’t know what she’ll like, there’s something for everyone here (including skincare that Selena Gomez swears by).
Boohoo Beauty Advent Calendar
While Boohoo is known for their cute clothes, the online retailer also offers a versatile beauty advent calendar this holiday season. From I Heart Revolution lip gloss to Bondi Sands Aero Liquid Gold self-tanner (and a glove to help with application), you really can’t miss this bargain.
Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Dreams & Secrets Advent Calendar
When I say Hollywood * loves * Charlotte Tilbury, you better believe it. Seriously, makeup artist Billie Eilish used the luxurious beauty brand to create her flawless look for the 2021 Met Gala. This year’s schedule is worth every penny as it includes 12 full-size makeup and skincare products and of travel.
SpaLife Fizzle All The Way Bath Bomb Advent Calendar
Hang this calendar for your friend who loves a good bath – or, someone who needs some much needed TLC. Behind each door you’ll find a new festive bath bomb full of swirling colors and aromatic effervescence.
NYX Cosmetics Diamonds & Ice Lipstick 12 Day Advent Calendar
We already know NYX has lip products that kill – seriously, they’re viral on TikTok for a reason – so this timeline is a no-brainer. Get a variety of 12 lip products, from buttery gloss to satin lipstick.
Glow Home for Hyggetime 4 Day Advent Calendar by Ole Henriksen
Ole Henrickson is one of the best skin care brands on the market if you are looking for a youthful, glowing look. While their 2021 schedule only features 4 products, it’s definitely worth hanging on if you want to test their high-quality formulas.
Olive & June’s 8 Nights of Mani Magic Hanukkah Calendar
It is the perfect gift for your symbolic nail art addict. Olive & June has multiple advent calendars for different holidays and honestly 8 nights of new nail care products for Hannukah seems like a great time.
Pretty Little Thing 24 Day Beauty Advent Calendar
Pretty Little Thing is another online retailer with a must-see beauty advent calendar. Although there is $ 278 in products, it’s a good deal at $ 75, so you have to Course to check before it finally sells out. From face rollers to false eyelashes and fake bronzers, you can’t go wrong with this 24 day schedule.
Kiehl’s Holiday Advent Calendar
Kiehl’s has been specializing in clean formulas since 1851, and their latest Advent Calendar includes over $ 275 of their top-rated cleansers, face masks, face serums, and moisturizers.
Sephora Collection Post Advent Calendar
Who said the fun of the holidays had to end at Christmas? Sephora Collection also offers a 12-day advent calendar that must be open from Christmas Day to New Years Eve, and what better way to celebrate the New Year with a whole new beauty routine?
Macy’s 25 Days of Beauty Advent Calendar
Macy’s is a hub for some of the best beauty brands, so you already know it’s going to be good. From Mario Badescu facial spray to Stila Shimmer and Glow liquid eye shadow, this calendar has it all. It also comes with a $ 10 gift card to the famous department store.
The More The Merrier Makeup Holiday Advent Calendar
From their Gimme Brow line to the cult classic Hoola Bronzer, Benefit has been at the top of most beauty lovers’ wish lists for years. The More The Merrier Advent Calendar features 12 of the brand’s best-selling products in mini sizes suitable for handbags, which is ideal for people on the go.
Olive & June’s 25 Days of Mani Magic Christmas Calendar
In addition to their Mani Magic Hannukah 8 Day Calendar, Olive & June also provided us with a Christmas version. Open this calendar for a nail care surprise every day until the 25th.
Lush 25 Day Advent Calendar
In Lush’s Advent Calendar, you can find some exclusive items like Sleepy, Thundersnow and Cinders Bath Bombs, Kris Mouse and Christmas Penguin Bubble Bars, and Merry Christmas Shower Gel. Hang it up while you can because it will likely go faster than you think.
IT Cosmetics 12 Days of Confidence Collection Advent Calendar
IT Cosmetics’ 12-Day Calendar includes Volumizing and Lengthening Superhero Mascara in Travel Size, Confidence Travel Size in Hydrating Moisturizer, Confidence Travel Size, Hydrating Face Wash, and more. It even comes with brushes to complete your look.
L’Occitane Holiday Advent Calendar
Calling all skin care enthusiasts – this one’s for all of you. L’Occitane’s advent calendar has tons from skin-friendly products, from soap to hand and foot creams. There is also shampoo and conditioner to show your hair some love.
Florence Advent Calendar 2021 by Mills’ Holiday
Millie Bobby Brown’s own beauty brand, Florence by Mills, now offers 12 days of full, travel-size versions of their best-selling products. Plus, there’s a super cute whale ornament to ring in the holiday season with the Florence rocket.
ELF Cosmetics Snow Much Fun 24 Day Advent Calendar
ELF’s 24-Day Calendar features products big and small such as skincare, cosmetics, tools and, yes, even body and face gems for your loved ones who * love * everything. pomp and glamor.
Advent Calendar Share the Joy of The Body Shop
The Body Shop Share the Joy Advent Calendar is perfect for those who want to give back this holiday season. Filled with bath bubbles, body butters and sheet masks, this calendar also contains a “little act of kindness” to share a little selfless love and joy with your friends, family and community.
Saks Fifth Avenue’s Ready, Set, Refresh! Advent Calendar 14 pieces
The Saks Fifth Avenue 14-Piece Advent Calendar features a line of skin care, fragrance and hair care products from fan-favorite beauty brands like Briogeo and Sunday Riley.
LOOKFANTASTIC Advent Calendar
Renowned brands like Nars, Shiseido and Kate Somerville fill LOOKFANTASTIC’s 2021 calendar with over $ 500 in goodies. It’s definitely a good deal at $ 85, so you’re going to want to act fast.
Give me the super stars of NYX Cosmetics! Holiday Advent Calendar
NYX also offers a varied schedule with 24 of their top selling face, eye and lip products in full and mini sizes. Behind every door you’ll find either a classic NYX product or a brand new limited edition edition. When you want a (super) star you get this amazing bargain for just $ 60.
Pretty Little Thing 12 Day Beauty Advent Calendar
In addition to its 24-day schedule, PLT also offers a 12-day version with shampoo, eyeliner, false eyelashes, and more.
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NEW YORK, 20 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – Market Research Store Report Results “Personal Care Ingredients Market – By Function and Chemical Properties (Chelating Agents, Cream Bases, Active Ingredients, Protein Products, Lipid Layer Enhancers, Humectants, Shine Concentrates, Thickeners, Waxes, Opacifiers and Others), By Application (Skin Care) skin, oral and hair care) and by product (UV absorbers, antimicrobials, emollients, conditioning polymers, hair-fixing polymers, emulsifiers, surfactants, rheology control agents): global industry outlook, market size, business intelligence, consumer preferences, statistical surveys, comprehensive analysis, historical developments, current trends and forecasts, 2020-2026“states that the global demand for the personal care ingredients market in 2019 was approximately $ 11 billion. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.6% and is expected to reach approximately $ 14.9 billion by 2026.
Personal care ingredients are used in the manufacture of personal care products. These ingredients are generally classified into active personal care ingredients and passive personal care ingredients. Some of the active ingredients include exfoliators, UV protection agents, and conditioning agents, while the passive ingredients include colorants, surfactants, polymeric ingredients, and preservatives.
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The increase in the purchasing power of customers coupled with the changing lifestyles of people around the world is expected to drive the market in the coming years. Hygiene awareness, changing lifestyles and increasing consumer purchasing power are key factors driving the use of personal care products globally. There is a growing demand for personal care products from emerging economies such as China and India because the development of these countries has led to a change in the lifestyle of consumers as well as an increase in disposable income coupled with an increase in purchasing power. Personal care products are also channeled through e-commerce platforms and as a result, manufacturers of personal care products can leverage a larger geographic area to sell their products. This has led to an increase in sales of personal care products through e-commerce channels in recent years since the globalization of the e-commerce industry. The growing demand for personal care products has created a significant demand for personal care ingredients. In 2020, e-commerce sales are estimated to have increased by 7-8% while the growth of China and e-commerce sales in the United States were estimated at around 20%.
Based on product segmentation, emollients category dominated the segment in 2019 due to the use of emollients in daily personal care products such as shampoos, deodorants, body lotions, cleaners, etc. Emollients are incorporated into personal care products because they provide soothing properties to the skin and help retain moisture in the skin. Based on application segmentation, the skin care category held a significant share of the segment in 2019 due to the increasing use of skin care products such as body lotions, sunscreens, face creams and the like around the world.
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Europe The region dominated the global personal care ingredients market in 2019 and is expected to continue to dominate in the years to come. The domination of Europe can be attributed to the increasing demand for luxury personal care products such as hair care, makeup, skin care, oral care and others in the European market. Strong purchasing power and high standard of living of consumers Europe create a significant demand for natural and organic cosmetics. The Asia Pacific region is expected to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period due to the increasing demand for personal care products from developing countries such as China and India.
Some of the major players in the personal care ingredients market are Croda International Plc, Dow Corning, Solvay SA, BASF SE, Evonik Industries, Wacker Chemie AG, Momentive Performance Materials Inc., Clariant, Ashland Inc, and JM Huber Corporation, among others. Joint ventures and collaboration between manufacturers and distributors help to streamline the industry’s supply chain. Various manufacturers in the personal care ingredients market are focused on creating collaborations with distributors to expand their geographic reach. For example, in june 2020, BASF SE and BTC Europe have formed a partnership in which BTC Europe will be the distribution partner of BASF’s healthcare creation portfolio.
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Global Personal Care Ingredients Market: Segmentation analysis by chemical function and properties
- Chelating agents
- Cream bases
- Active ingredients
- Protein products
- Lipid layer enhancers
- Radiance Concentrates
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Global Personal Care Ingredients Market: Segmentation Analysis By Application
- Skin care
- Oral care
- Hair care
Global Personal Care Ingredients Market: Product Segmentation Analysis
- UV absorbers
- Polymer conditioning
- Hair fixing polymers
- Rheology control agents
Global Personal Care Ingredients Market: Regional Segmentation Analysis
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- Great Britain
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- South East Asia
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
- GCC countries
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
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Nanocellulose is widely used in the pulp and paper industry as an additive to produce light and white paper, thus driving the growth of the market. It is used in healthcare applications including biomedicines, personal care products, and cosmetics for its non-toxic properties. Nanocellulose has excellent adsorption capacities and therefore acts as a suitable ingredient to produce dressings and sanitary napkins. The growing research activity on nanocellulose has further fueled the market.
Nanocellulose has the potential to replace many petrochemicals and has been cost effective compared to other high performance nanoscale materials. It offers superior properties such as ease of removal, biodegradability, transparency, flexibility, high mechanical strength and barrier properties, etc. The rise of the food industry as well as the improvement of health problems will be a major factor contributing to the market share of nanocellulose in the years to come.
Although cellulose exists in abundance in nature, the production of these nanomaterials requires large machinery and technical knowledge, resulting in increased production load and high production costs may hamper the growth of the market.
Key developments in Nanocellulose market
- In February 2019, CellForce said it had modernized the CNC factory by Montreal, which will operate at a production capacity of 300 tonnes / year.
- In September 2020, CellForce declared the signing of an agreement with multinationals operating in the cosmetics sector to supply all CNCs for the next 10 years. The company also felt that there would be a need for a new factory to meet the demand for this agreement. MNC has obtained worldwide exclusivity for the marketing of CNC-based cosmetics and is likely to launch new products gradually during the period of the agreement.
The main players in the market are CelluForce Inc, Kruger Inc, Sappi Ltd, Innventia AB, Nippon Paper Group Inc, Borgward and GranBio Technologies.
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- Nanocrystalline cellulose
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- Pulp and paper
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- The market was valued in 2020: 45 105.5 million US dollars
- The market is expected to grow by 2030: US $ 58,763 million
- Compound annual growth rate (CAGR): 3%
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- Estee Lauder
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Global Luxury Cosmetics Market: Segmentation Perspective
The report presents a global segmentation of the luxury cosmetics market on the basis of product type, end user, and region. The report provides an analysis of selected market segments from 2016 to 2020 and forecast for the period 2021 to 2030. Each segment is calculated in terms of revenue generated (million USD) and average annual growth rate (CAGR) . In the supplemental section, the Luxury Cosmetics report provides the market split study study of major regions around the world such as North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, South America, Middle -East and Africa and the rest of the world.
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The Latest Update of Global Cosmetics Market Research Provides Comprehensive and Valuable Information About Market Development Activities Demonstrated by Industry Players, Growth Opportunities, and Cosmetics Market Size Completed By an analysis by key segments, main and emerging players and geographic areas (2021-2026). The 268-page study covers the detailed business overview of each profiled player, their complete history of market research and development with the latest news and press releases. The study helps identify and track emerging market players and their portfolios, improve decision-making capabilities, and create effective counter-strategies to gain competitive advantage. Some of the actors featured / covered by the study are L’OrÃ©al, P&G, Unilever, EstÃ©e Lauder, KAO, Shiseido, Avon, LV, Channel, Amore Pacific, Jahwa, Beiersdorf, Johnson & Johnson, Jialan, INOHERB , Sisley, Revlon, Jane iredale, Henkel & Coty.
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MARKET SCOPE AND TARGET WITH KEY RESULTS / OBJECTIVES
1. Growth and% market share of the main business segments of the cosmetics market
General department stores, supermarkets, drugstores, brand name stores and online sales are the segments analyzed and sized in this study by application / end users, showing potential growth and various changes for the period 2016 to 2026. The The changing dynamics that support growth make it essential for companies in the cosmetics space to keep abreast of momentum in motion. Check which segment will bring healthy gains by adding significant momentum to overall growth. , Skin and sun care products, hair care products, deodorants, makeup and color cosmetics, perfumes and others have been considered to segment the cosmetics market by type.
In addition, the study provides a detailed overview of the breakdown at the level of countries classified as potentially high growth rate territory, countries with the highest market share in the past and current scenario. Some of the regional breakdowns categorized in the Cosmetics Market study are North America, United States, Canada, Mexico, Asia Pacific, China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia, Australia, China Taiwan, the rest of Asia-Pacific, Europe, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Russia, Spain, Benelux, Rest of Europe, America South, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Rest of South America, Middle East & Africa, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa & Rest of Middle East & Africa.
2) How did the cosmetics study take into account the impact of the economic downturn and the current scenario?
HTF MI analysts conducted a survey and connected with thought leaders and industry experts from various regions to thoroughly understand the impact on growth as well as local reforms to combat the situation. . A special chapter of the study presents the impact analysis of the current scenario on the global cosmetics market along with tables and graphs related to various countries and segments presenting the impact on the growth trends.
3. Who remains in competition?
As a result of the pandemic, China faces significant economic challenges. Amid the growing push for decoupling and economic distancing, changing relations between China and the rest of the world will influence competition and opportunities in the cosmetics market. Negotiations between the world’s 2 largest economies will continue in 2020, creating all the uncertainty and worry, with some emerging players exploiting the highest growth rate and establishing its market share while the reliable giants of the global market for cosmetics are always attentive to their strategic movements to challenge all competition.
How the key players in the global cosmetics market are identified and what are all the scenarios considered when profiling players such as LorÃ©al, P&G, Unilever, EstÃ©e Lauder, KAO, Shiseido, Avon, LV, Channel, Amore Pacific, Jahwa, Beiersdorf, Johnson & Johnson, Jialan, INOHERB, Sisley, Revlon, Jane iredale, Henkel & Coty.
– Disruptive competition tops the list of industry challenges
– Customer experience, revenue monetization models and cost analysis.
– Top innovative strategies, drivers, competitive movements in
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â¢ Market sizing (value and volume) by key business segments and potential and emerging countries / geographies
â¢ Cosmetics market trends
â¢ Consumer options and preferences, supplier and supplier landscape
â¢ Regulatory actions and impacts on regional policy
â¢ Growth opportunities foreseen in cosmetics
â¢ Industry challenges and constraints
â¢ Technological environment and facilitators
â¢ Dynamics and trends of consumer spending in cosmetics
â¢ other developments
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The only three certainties in life are death, taxes, and a new line of celebrity beauty products announced almost every week.
Ellen just revealed the imminent arrival of her Kind Science âanti-aging skin careâ brand. Drake released scented candles in May. Scarlett Johansson’s unnamed skincare brand is set to arrive in 2022.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley launched Rose Inc in September, the same month Ariana Grande confirmed her REM beauty was “to come,” and two inevitable hair lines arrived from hair icons Jennifer Aniston (LolaVie) and Jonathan Van. Ness (JVN).
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In September, tennis legend Naomi Osaka also became a beauty mogul, with her KINLÃ line focusing on âskin care for those rich in melaninâ. A busy month!
The latest rumor? According to investigative reporters, Meghan Markle, who was allegedly seen meeting with the same company behind Cindy Crawford’s Meaningful Beauty brand.
If you have a large or small profile in 2021, you are a Mark and hence, you have to use this in the potentially extremely lucrative beauty industry.
The huge success of Rihanna’s Fenty, Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop, Selena Gomez’s Rare Beauty, Jessica Alba’s Honest, Tracee Ellis Ross’ Pattern, and Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Cosmetics (etc. etc.) have turned the beauty industry into a weed. chat for big names looking to grow their brands and add “founder” to their bio.
This is not new of course; Elizabeth Taylor and Sophia Loren did it in the 1980s. Today, however, it’s pretty much a given. Lady Gaga, Iman, Pharrel, Addison Rae, Jada Pinkett Smith, Millie Bobby Brown, Halsey, Drew Barrymore, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Kristen Bell: they all have a line.
At this point, it might be better to ask who does not? Well … who should?
That’s the rumor, and another one of those inevitable announcements. Think âthe Harry Styles beautyâ and you can literally imagine it: a groovy Gucci brand, nail polish (of course), fluid makeup for women, unisex scent.
This farmer’s market photo became the go-to photo of a million 20/30 year olds who flirted with the idea of ââhaving bangs – so a hair care line would be a no-brainer. Or maybe the lime beauty?
It was only recently that we were allowed to see news readers with “natural” hair, after what seems like an eternity with sleek, personality-less breakouts with those waves. It’s like society has decided that women can’t have curly hair and a brain.
Indira embodies a new breed of women on our TV screens who aren’t afraid to ask tough questions and have the best curls in the country. We’d love to get our hands on her hair care routine (and her brain too, tbh).
Despite his famous cynicism and rage towards just about everything, I actually think the New York writer, icon, and storyteller is very conceited.
She is also 70 years old and despite being a long term smoker, she has great skin – she certainly used a few skin care products in her day. Its line would only include three skincare products, with minimalist navy and white packaging that would be designed by Savile tailors Rowe Anderson & Sheppard.??
??Yes, we know she has a very lucrative and ever-evolving fragrance line, but maybe she could branch out into scented candles? ??
The AOC brand is obvious, as well as its flagship product: the red lipstick that lasts. It would be a small batch, plastic-free, made in the USA and affordable. She would be criticized for being anti-feminist, pro-capitalism, adhering to the myth of beauty, etc. Will never happen!??
Her lockdown videos were very funny, but we were distracted by her fantastic clear glowing skin. Show us her skincare routine and give her a fun, gender-free and inclusive line of skincare and makeup, stat!
For years, the fashion designer has been an icon of authentic personal style and self-expression through the power of makeup, with her hot pink hair, divine blue lipstick and eyeshadow. A glance!
Now 81 years old, and having just launched a collaboration with Ikea, Dame Zandra is responsible for educating beauty dolls.
Duh, that would of course be CBD based.
She regularly pushes back society’s expectations for how women look and behave, an attitude that the fashion and beauty industries desperately need more. And her beauty looks are regularly iconic!
Trust us, it will come. Bold and expressive 2000s-inspired makeup products (lip gloss, pastel frosted eyeshadow, face rhinestones) with a campaign photographed by Petra Collins. The brand name will be in lowercase.??
Products formulated specifically for gray hair. Very sober packaging. Film campaigns.??
Glamor, drama, Fashion, capital F: surely this one is already in the works?
She recently became the âfaceâ of Bumble and bumble’s Bb. Highlighted blonde range, but we can certainly imagine a beauty line of her own.
This is a girl who went to the Met Gala wearing a Collina Strada horse head dress, and who idolizes beauty mogul Paris Hilton – so that would be delightfully weird and fun, pink and 2000s inspired.
Looks like she was never taken without a parasol or an extra large sun hat – we see a great line of sunscreen, for mother and child, in their future. (Caring for red hair is way too obvious)
Product n Â° 1: water-repellent, tear-proof mascara.
LONGUEUIL, Quebec – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Knowlton Development Corporation (kdc / one), a global leader providing value-added solutions for beauty, personal care and home care brands, continues to grow with the announced agreement to acquire V Manufacturing & Logistics (VML), a value-added manufacturer specializing in small-batch beauty and personal care products based in Walnut, California. Financial terms were not disclosed.
VML’s expertise in formulating and manufacturing small batches will enhance kdc / one’s ability to deliver end-to-end integrated solutions to fast-growing beauty brands, allowing them to stay ahead of trends. industry and effectively market the products. Introducing a small series specialist into the network will also provide the flexibility to deliver customized product capabilities to brands across the organization’s portfolio.
“The addition of VML presents an enhanced value chain for rapidly growing brands to move from concept development and formulation to packaging and production, âsaid Nick Whitley, CEO of kdc / one. “VML will add operational excellence and an exceptional track record to our business, complementing the formulation expertise of our reference laboratory operations and the packaging design and production prowess of HCT. Kdc / one’s full-service, end-to-end innovation network will provide enhanced responsiveness, flexibility and agility to countless beauty visionaries and entrepreneurs, âcontinues Whitley.
The kdc / one network has been specially designed to adapt to customer needs. Each of its most recent acquisitions has enabled kdc / one to develop its operations, capabilities and global platform to better serve its customers and anticipate changing needs.
“V Manufacturing and logistics couldn’t have found a better home than kdc / one; we are delighted to offer our customers access to the full range of innovative solutions offered by kdc / one, âsaid Florence Nacino, CEO and President of VML. “Both companies are focused on providing exceptional customer service. We have built VML on the customer confidence gained through years of exceeding expectations and flawless execution. Joining a global network will now allow us to expand our reach and fuel the growth of incredible brands. ”
Kdc / one’s rapidly expanding west coast network offers unparalleled creative design, innovation-driven research, custom product development and precise manufacturing solutions for a wide range of beauty and personal care products , including skin care, hair care and color cosmetics.
About kdc / one
Based in Longueuil, Quebec, kdc / one is a trusted global provider of value-added solutions for many of the world’s leading brands in the beauty, personal care and home care categories. The Company works closely with leading consumer products companies and fast growing independent brands in product ideation, formulation, design, packaging and manufacturing. The innovative products that kdc / one has helped to develop are sold by its partner brands in more than 70 countries around the world.
For more information, visit www.kdc-one.com.
About V Manufacturing & Logistics
V Manufacturing & Logistics, Inc. is a leading contract manufacturers of personal care products with expertise in premium liquid-based skin care, hair products, and over-the-counter (OTC) pharmaceuticals ). Founded in 2007, VML serves some of the most prestigious and emerging cosmetic companies in the United States from its FDA registered and cGMP compliant facility in Diamond Bar, California. For more information, visit www.vmlcosmetics.com.
Crazy beauty products are known to be expensive – often for good reason. Occasionally, years perfect formulas before they hit the shelves at your favorite store and find their way into your carefully curated diet.
Having said that, it’s not exactly easy to offer a luxury beauty product. “Maybe they already have a similar product â, you might be thinking hovering over the “Add to Cart” button before choosing a trusted gift card for the nth year in a row.
This is one of the reasons why luxury brands and retailers do us the favor of packing special value sets for the holiday season. Or, more affectionately called: advent calendars. Most of them are full of sample-sized products so the recipient can try everything to find out what they like most – and what they need – the most.
The leading advent calendar retailer is Net-A-Porter. Every year, the luxury fashion retailer unveils a new version and the 2021 Net-A-Porter Beauty Advent Calendar has officially arrived! It contains a mix of 17 full-size hair, skin and makeup products and eight travel-size products from iconic brands like Augustinus Bader, Sachajuan, Victoria Beckham Beauty, and more.
This year’s Advent Calendar has over $ 1,800 worth of products, but it’ll only cost you a fraction, at $ 350. Of course, this is not a moo price tag, per se, but keep in mind that some skin care products cost as much for a single sku.
Some products you may want to look for in this year’s calendar include * warning: spoilers coming soon * Victoria Beckham Beauty Posh Lipstick in the beloved berry pink shade named “Sway”, the indulgent Leonor Greyl Paris Jasmine Blossoms Mask, and the cult of Professor Augustinus Bader -Favorite rich cream.
Note that Net-A-Porter’s 25 Days of Beauty Advent Calendar is a limited edition, so you should jump on it if you want to gift it to a friend, loved one or yourself this winter season. holidays. Explore the luxury line in its entirety below.
Indie-beauty Beekman 1802 has always been a special brand. Founded by married partners Brent Ridge MD and advertising director Josh Kilmer-Purcell, she was born by accident. After buying a farm upstate in Sharon Springs, NY as a weekend getaway in 2007, they simultaneously found themselves without well-paying urban jobs due to the recession.
Retiring to the farm to consider next steps, they were called in by neighbor John Hall whose herd of 80 goats lost their home. As a token of kindness, they invited farmer John and his goats to come in and the rest is history.
Kindness as a corporate mission
âWe always say we started with that one act of kindness. It paved the way for our entire business, âsays Dr. Ridge. âWe never wanted to be a big beauty company, but that’s just the way it took us. “
They didn’t even know beauty would be their next calling, but with a herd of goats on hand, they started there. âWe just searched on Google what we can do with goat’s milk,â says Dr. Ridge.
They discovered that goat’s milk is a healing balm for sensitive skin that has been proven for centuries. They also found that there wasn’t a lot of competition in goat’s milk soup. While it was a staple of farmers’ markets for small manufacturers, it was not readily available to a wider audience due to supply constraints.
They had a solution for this, so they turned to other neighbors to learn how to make goat’s milk soap. They started producing it for good and selling their soap direct to consumers online after appearing on “The Martha Stewart Show” and their Beekman 1802 Mercantile store on Main Street in Sharon Springs.
Their big break came in 2013 when home shopping channel Evine, now ShopHQ, came calling. They were ready for prime time after starring in a reality TV show, âThe Fabulous Beekman Boys,â which ran for two seasons from 2010 to 2011. Starting with its flagship goat’s milk soap, they got together. are extended to other natural skin care and cleansing products and has become a bestseller.
Then, in 2018, Beekman 1802 switched to the larger HSN and QVC of Qurate.
âThere is something about being live that is magical. This allows for a more intimate shopping experience, âsays Kilmer-Purcell. âWe have always believed that there are two key ingredients in our products: goat milk and cuteness.
âIt’s easy to talk about goat’s milk. It’s hard to tell people you’re nice, âhe continues. âWhen you’re on TV and you spend hours a day in front of the customer, they’re going to see the real person you are, and that’s really why we’ve been so successful in TV retail. Finally, people could understand what we thought of our neighbors. It helped us show cuteness in a way we couldn’t on the shelves.
Show kindness to Ulta
Given their very personal way of presenting Beekman 1802 on air, they faced a particular challenge when Ulta wanted to launch the brand in 400 stores as part of their “Conscious Beauty” program highlighting brands. clean and cruelty-free beauty products.
How could Beekman 1802 be more than just a brand on Ulta’s sales floor and communicate the secret sauce that made Beekman so special from the start? They chose SnapChat as a way to bring the interactive immediacy of video to connect with in-store shoppers in a happy and friendly way.
Each Beekman 1802 mouthpiece or tabletop display features a prominent SnapChat QRcode that allows shoppers to see a virtual baby goat prancing down the aisles. And by turning the screen to their face, they can see what they would look like as a baby goat with virtual baby goat ears and nose.
It’s a fun way to experience the happy life of Beekman 1802 goat in Ulta.
âIt’s about making people feel better, not just looking better,â says Ridge. âIt’s the nicest thing we can do for our neighbors,â is what the company calls its customers.
Beekman 1802 became an instant hit at Ulta after Beekman’s neighbors showed up at their local Ulta stores, some with flowers and pastries in hand, to welcome Ulta staff and stores to the Beekman district. Ridge reports that Beekman 1802 was Ulta’s biggest own beauty brand launch last year.
Today, Beekman 1802 is expanding to 100 more Ulta stores, while developing more probiotic-boosting skin care products for Ulta. Dr Ridge is also a member of the Conscious Beauty Advisory Council at Ulta.
Gentle on the skin
Probiotics and their effects on the skin have been a major focus of research for Ridge as he translates his medical education and experience into skin care products.
âWe learned 12 years ago that goat’s milk soap preserves the skin’s acid mantle because it has the same PH as the skin. Now our research continues to advance and we are devoting more resources to research in terms of skin microbiome nutrition, âRidge said.
âThis is the future of skin care. Clean beauty used to be about removing things from the skin, but now it’s about nurturing the skin’s microbiome ecosystem, âhe continues.
This is what Ridge and Kilmer-Purcell call âClinically Kindâ skin care. And their dedication to kindness runs from the skin to the community.
âWe see kindness as a mission and as an approach to wellness,â Ridge says. âWe believe that a little softness on the skin creates a ripple effect in personal care. A little act of kindness in our communities and neighborhoods does the same. “
nice to all
To extend their brand of kindness, the company very early on developed a kindness program for new employees. The success there led them to offer a benevolence program to their neighbors through a four-day immersive experience. They offer about ten Kindness programs per year and slots for 20 people sell out almost immediately.
âPeople come to Sharon Springs from all over the country and are visually, tactile and experientially learning the principles of kindness and how to incorporate those principles into their daily lives,â he says.
âThere is a body of research showing how kindness plays a role in health and well-being. It consistently helps manage stress, cortisol levels, and inflammation. Kindness is good for you and good for those you are nice to, âhe adds.
Currently, Beekman 1802 is partnering with the nonprofit Kindness.org to further spread the message of kindness to businesses and organizations that want to make their workplace a better place.
Baiting from the farm
Beekman 1802 gives a new definition to the “bootstrapping” of a business, since it is advisable to wear a pair of boots when venturing out on the farm. From day one, they’ve taken small steps to start a âneighbor by neighborâ business, as they say, without venture capital funding to spur growth. It pays off, because Beekman 1802 has a net-promotor-score (NPS) of over 90, which is a record in the beauty industry.
âIt’s very important for us to control as many parts of the process as possible. We control all aspects of the manufacturing. We control our service experience with our neighbors and in-house shipping, âsays Ridge.
âWe control every aspect because we want the customer we consider to be our ‘neighbor’ to feel this kindness at every point of touch of the brand,â he concludes.