The natural and organic industry is continuously growing and shifting, with new trends, regulations, products and practices being introduced into market everyday. How does...
Formula Botanica, the award-winning, online organic cosmetic formulation school, this month celebrated reaching the milestone of enrolling its 10,000th student when it opened its courses for summer term enrolment.
With continuing uncertainty being created by the coronavirus pandemic, the organiser of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit says its next EU edition (2-5 November 2020) will be a digital event.
The market for natural, organic skin and beauty products grew by 13.9% in 2019 and is on course to double its current share (4-5%) of the total cosmetics market by 2025.
Rhug Estate Organic Farm has an enviable reputation as a producer of high quality, home bred organic meat with global appeal. Now, its owner, Lord Newborough, has his sights set on on the organic beauty market
In 2020, California-headquartered ‘eco chic’ beauty brand Giovanni says it is busy launching new products that affirm its mission to ‘bridge the gap between natural and salon quality’.
Formula Botanica has been named the the official Indie Beauty Partner of in-cosmetics Global 2020 (Barcelona, 31 March-2 April).
The natural and organic cosmetics and beauty sector is benefiting directly from the megatrends driving change in the world today.
Pioneer organic beauty brand Made for Life Organics (formely Spiezia Organics) has announced its certification as a registered B Corporation.
Qosmedix has launches a new bamboo applicator kit, created especially for professional makeup artists and to help maintain a hygienic environment for clients.
The European edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit, held in Paris last month, brought together over 180 senior executives from the beauty industry to discuss a range of pressing sustainability issues.
The winners of the 2019 Sustainable Beauty Awards, held last week at a dedicated awards reception in Paris, have been announced by organiser Ecovia Intelligence.
The international beauty industry must comply with a “new-age set of clean beauty rules” if brands are to meet the increasing ethical expectations of modern consumers, say category specialists at global research firm Mintel.
The finalists of the 2019 Sustainable Beauty Awards have been announced. Organised by Ecovia Intelligence, the awards give recognition to “operators who are pushing the boundaries of sustainability in the beauty industry”.
Japanese beauty company Shiseidon has agreed to by US skincare brand Drunk Elephant in a deal reported to be worth $845 million.