While augmented reality (AR) and oral hygiene appear to be an unusual pairing,...
While augmented reality (AR) and oral hygiene appear to be an unusual pairing, the technology’s potential to revolutionise the category is becoming increasingly apparent as industry players harness this technology to attract and engage consumers.
GSK Consumer Healthcare has launched Sensodyne Rapid Relief, a new range of toothpaste.
Procter & Gamble's (P&G) oral care brand Crest has launched new toothpaste product Gum Detoxify.
Plastic is versatile, robust and relatively inexpensive to produce. These attractive qualities led industries to adopt the material with enthusiasm. However, its strengths are also its downfall, as plastic materials ultimately become waste with significant staying power.
Oral care producer Colgate has launched app-enabled Smart Electronic Toothbrush E1 featuring artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities.
US oral care brand Rembrandt has launched its new power whitening toothbrush and brush heads.
Oral care company DenTek has launched a 30-day family floss programme in partnership with YouTube channel Eh Bee family.
A joint study carried out by Assocham and MRSSIndia.com has revealed that the market size of India’s beauty cosmetics and grooming sector is expected to rise from the current level of $6.5bn to $35bn by 2035.
Bath & Body Works launched expanded version of its Aromatherapy Collection, and EMK Beverly Hills launched 24K Gold Peeling Gel. Cosmetics-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from September 2017.
SoyFoliate commercialised an eco-friendly soy microbead technology as an alternative to plastic microbeads for cosmetics, and Revlon announced it will be investing in its cosmetics plant situated in North Carolina, US. Cosmetics-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from August 2017.