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The Vietnamese cosmetic market is a emerging market with huge potential, according to Le Chau Giang, special adviser to the president of the ASEAN Cosmetic Association and senior director and head of regulatory and medical affairs at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Asia Pacific. Here, she engages in an exclusive Q&A on the Vietnamese cosmetics market with Cosmetics & Toiletries. Hear more of Giang's expertise at in-cosmetics Asia in Bangkok.
L'Oréal was granted a Chinese business license for Shanghai Episkin Biotechnology Ltd., the company it created to market the Asian version of its reconstructed skin model Episkin.
New research from Mintel reveals that 42% of black consumers have tried or would be interested in trying anti-aging hair products, a higher percentage of those interested in anti-aging skin care; many companies missing the mark and missing culturally relevant messaging.
Sensitive skin is a global reality, creating a sizable demand for products designed to minimize skin sensitivity. Pacifeel™ is a natural plant extract that offers a holistic approach to treat both the symptoms and causes of sensitive skin
schülke has built a family of related preservative blends around ethylhexylglycerin—which reliably inhibits the growth and multiplication of odor-causing bacteria, leaves beneficial skin flora unaffected and has been shown to improve the efficacy of many traditional preservatives, including parabens.
The Freedonia Group's new report on the wipes market predicts increased consumer spending will promote the use of higher value, more task-specific wipes; products such as personal hygiene and pre-moistened facial cleansing wipes will see rapid gains.
Global market for personalized skin care valued at $12.2 billion; survey of U.K. consumers shows they're even willing to provide blood, skin, hair and DNA samples
Euromonitor International looks at how new product development is steadily becoming ever more concentrated on the capability of addressing topical health conditions.
The changing needs of consumers means at-home devices will continue to grow, and convenience heads the list of priorities for these time-constrained consumers.
New ranges of natural products, "alphabet" products and devices continue to influence the market.