Pakistani beauty guru, Nabila, has launched her make-up brand in Bloomingdales Dubai, according to a report published by Arab News.
Shiseido Americas has announced the acquisition of virtually all assets of Olivo Laboratories. The start-up was set up to advance the dermatological field through proprietary biomaterials technology, creating breathable, flexible and almost invisible artificial skin. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
L’Oréal has announced that it has topped Newsweek’s 2017 Global 500 Green Rankings with a combined score of 89.9 percent.
Johnson & Johnson-owned Neutrogena has developed its technology offering with the launch of SkinScanner, a device that attaches to the top of a smartphone which, when linked with the accompanying app, will give results of skin health over a period of time.
South Korea is set to bring a uniformed change in the South Asian cosmetics market by 2019, with the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety announcing it will form a new council with ASEAN member countries to create standardized regulations.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has made a pledge to cut all avoidable plastics in the UK by 2042, a move that could have significant consequences for the cosmetics industry.
BASF and cell therapy institute CTIBiotech have announced the results of their joint research on 3D tissue models for the development and testing of bio-actives for skin care applications, with scientists revealing they have been able to improve BASF’s 3D skin model using CTIBiotech’s 3D human sebaceous gland technology.
US pop star Britney Spears has launched a new scent, Sunset Fantasy, to add to her successful fragrance portfolio, which is said to have amassed $4.8 billion in revenue as of 2017.