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Aromatherapy brand, ADORAtherapy recently launched an assortment of new products, which is designed to help users get a boost of positive energy.
Solazyme, Inc. and BASF partnered in launching a high performance algal betaine—the first commercial surfactant derived from microalgae oil—for use in home and personal care applications.
TerraVerdae BioWorks released a line of biodegradable, natural microspheres to be utilized in cosmetic and personal care products.
BASF created a broad portfolio of surfactants in various applications and products and presented new possibilities at the CESIO's 10th World Surfactant Congress and Business Convention.
Research released by Grocery Headquarters from a survey conducted by IRI shows the top selling deodorant brands in the United States in 2014.
Henkel and Coty made offers to buy parts of P&G.
Compressed deodorants drive wider innovation while smaller packaging in the format appealing to consumers who key in on greener packaging and easy-to-carry products; across the wider deodorants space, consumers are now looking beyond the hygiene aspect of deodorant products, and sensory benefits are influential in their product choices within the personal hygiene space. Trends will continue to gain traction and greater innovation engagement going forward through interest from a wide range of consumers.
According to Canadean, body care accounts for 70.6% of the Brazilian skin care market, and the desire to enhance appearance influences 28.8% of this consumption.
Suppliers go beyond “feel” when creating unique body care ingredient technology offerings, with multisensory formulations key to today’s successful products.
Despite conditions that one would expect to have a negative impact on bath and body, the category posted its best results in a decade. What makes bath and body so resilient?