The global pandemic brought several social and economic implications that inevitably affect consumer...
- ONE CLICK b.EAUTY launches makeup kits on Amazon
- Kao USA rolls out new product line MyKirei inspired by Japanese philosophy
- Crown Laboratories launches Blue Lizard SPF 50+ sunscreen product line
- Deinove to launch second cosmetic active ingredient at cosmetic global trade show
- Grupo Boticario eyes acquisitions in Brazil and overseas markets
May’s top news stories
MIME launches foundation shade finder to avoid sampling amid Covid-19, Lumasol unveils broad-spectrum SPF 50 sunscreen mist, Elkem Silicones rolls out PURESIL brand for personal care offerings, Coty, Douglas partner to introduce new skincare line in Europe. Cosmetics-technology.com wraps up top news stories of May 2020.
E.S.I. Novel to introduce IoT skin rejuvenation solution
Essence Group member company E.S.I. Novel is set to launch a new connected skin rejuvenation product at the WeCOSMOPROF digital event, which is scheduled to take place from 4th June to 10th.
Cosmetics company Maison de Senteurs produces disinfectant gel
Tunisian cosmetics producer Maison de Senteurs is producing disinfectant gel in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, with support from the EBRD and European Union (EU).
Canada’s Chatters Hair Salon reopens salons with new safety protocols
Chatters Hair Salon is gradually reopening its locations in Canada with new safety protocol for their employees and clients.
MIME launches foundation shade finder to avoid sampling amid Covid-19
Make It My Experience (MIME), the personalisation platform for skincare and cosmetics, has launched its new foundation shade finder to help customers during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Lumasol launches broad-spectrum SPF 50 sunscreen mist
Lumasol, a new health tech player in the skincare industry, has launched its introductory product, Lumasol broad-spectrum SPF 50 mist.
The new ‘red lipstick effect’- consumers still invest in beauty amid the pandemic
The global pandemic brought several social and economic implications that inevitably affect consumer demand for beauty products.