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[in-cosmetics Global] Stabilizing the Plant-based Oil Supply Chain

Olixol has created a new production platform that it believes will create stability of quality, supply and price.

[in-cosmetics Global] Turning Insights and Ingredients into Trend-forward Formulations

Clariant demonstrated four trend concepts and 16 individual formulas that pointed to consumers' evolving demands.

$170 Million Well Spent? Croda Thinks So.

Just in time for Earth Day, Croda announced its new manufacturing facility is nearing completion, and will reduce the company's reliance on fossil fuels as well as the carbon footprint of its new 100% bio-based ECO range of surfactants.

Nicolas Hieronimus is L’Oréal's new Deputy CEO

Hieronimus was most recently president L’Oréal Luxe and president selective divisions. He has been with the company since 1987.

[in-cosmetics Global] The K-Beauty Cookbook

K-beauty ingredients from Korea's Jeju Island are expanding across the globe, including innovations from Clariant and SK Bioland.

[in-cosmetics Global] Alternative Preservation and Free-from Breakthroughs

Alternative preservation innovations from Lonza, Evonik, Clariant, Imerys, Chemyunion, Inolex and Sino Lion.

The Cost to Launch a Brand

Many beauty entrepreneurs put virtually all of their money into product development and packaging, leaving little to nothing left for marketing, sales, distribution, ops infrastructure or future product development. This is a costly mistake that immediately puts a new brand at risk.

[in-cosmetics Global] Extra-Sensory Beauty Innovations

The latest innovations from Evonik, Lucas Meyer/IFF, Chemyunion, Innospec, Brenntag and Symrise.

L'Oreal Reports on its Progress to Sustainability

"At the halfway mark of our 2020 ambitions, we are going to redouble our efforts to reduce our environmental footprint and reach our targets, particularly in terms of sustainable production and innovation.”

[in-cosmetics Global] Skin Care Is Driving Actives Market Innovation and Growth

Actives are driving innovation, primarily in Europe, the United States, China and Brazil.

Unilever has a Good Start to 2017

The company saw an increase in turnover by 6.1% to €13.3 billion compared to €12.5 billion in the first quarter of 2016.

Sabine Chalmers' Appointment Suggests More M&A in Coty's Future

Chalmers brings with her 25 years of senior management in international consumer goods and an extensive track record in M&A.

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