In this SupplySide West edition of the Healthy INSIDER podcast, Rachel Adams, managing editor, and Perry Romanowski, vice president of Element 44 Inc., discuss strategies for formulating natural cosmetics.
Bioprinted human tissue created using 3-D bioprinters can help reduce current burdens brands face executing clinical trials to substantiate claims.
Operating within the natural beauty space is no easy feat; a lack of clarity around use of the term "natural" poses challenges to marketers, formulators and brand owners. Additionally, natural ingredients can pose challenges in formulation, as...
Hydrating substances or humectants are used in cosmetic products to retard moisture loss from the product and to increase the moisture content of application areas such as skin, hair and mucous membranes.
Numerous factors are impacting today’s market for skin care supplements, including a generational shift among consumers, increased focus on health versus appearance and technological advancements.
In this SupplySide West edition of the Healthy INSIDER Podcast, Rachel Adams, managing editor, and Paula Simpson, principal at Nutribloom Consulting, discuss key trends and drivers impacting the global nutricosmetics market. Simpson presented...
Lycored, an international wellness company at the forefront of the ingestible skincare market, announced today that on Tuesday, August 26th it will celebrate the second annual Heart + Soil Day worldwide as a part of the brand's ongoing commitment...
Entrepreneurs and companies that are attracted to the nutraceuticals space should note the continued convergence of beauty and health.
Among the top five products vying for the 2017 CPG Editor's Choice Award in Anti-Aging are those marketed to help promote healthy skin, prepare for sleep and support eye health.
The biggest challenges in making natural cosmetics include defining what is natural, making products that are suitably functional, and preservation.