While enlarged pores and facial wrinkles are established beauty concerns, dull skin is emerging as a newer concern in the beauty space.
The desire to lead healthier, more active lifestyles has driven the athleisure trend in the personal care space.
Consumer preference for fresh, natural, and organic is impacting product formulations in the personal care space.
Could ‘thinner than water’ be the next big thing in make-up? Popular cosmetic brand The Ordinary has announced that they will be introducing their ‘Watercolours’ foundation range in December 2017....
Nowadays, we are seeing more men and women choosing beauty and grooming products based on their personal preferences and lifestyles rather than their gender.
While augmented reality and beauty appear to be an unusual pairing, its potential to revolutionize the beauty industry is becoming increasingly apparent as large industry players are harnessing the technology...
Water scarcity is becoming a global issue.
Buying health and beauty products online is now the norm, and online sales are bucking the slowdown in consumer spending. What is driving people to buy beauty products online?
The uses of activated charcoal as both a skin beautifying and health enhancing ingredient have been widely publicised in the media recently, as consumers are encouraged to drink it (in...
Baby care manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson, is tapping into the flourishing ‘athleisure’ trend taking the personal care sector by storm with the launch of its ‘active kids’ shampoo range.