A group of 26 B Corp beauty brands have formed a new coalition to ‘improve social and environment practices of the beauty industry’.
In December John Lewis launched its Beauty Bets report outlining the key trends across skincare, make-up, fragrance and wellness for 2022.
To maximize brand exposure during National Smile Month, Kinetic will be embarking on a campaign to highlight JASON's oral care offer.
Nootropics and nutricosmetics are the two wellness and beauty trends predicted by Novastell to drive NPD in 2022.
Formula Botanica has this year made a £30,000 charity donation shared between two non-profits, Plantlife and TreeSisters.
Bamford has launched two new fine fragrances, housed in the brand’s signature green glass bottles and made with 80% organic alcohol.
Faith in Nature has extended its ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ ethos with a new sustainable rewards scheme created in partnership with Embargo.
In a bid to reduce its environmental impact, natural beauty brand Terre Verdi is offering refills when customers repurchase its skincare.
Skin Sapiens’ new gender-neutral facial serums are designed to enhance and hydrate the skin with formulations to suit individual concerns.
Following the launch of the Planet Positive Beauty Guide, members of the Sustainable Beauty Coalition speak live from COP26.
The British Beauty Council’s Sustainable Beauty Coalition has announced the launch of the Planet Positive Beauty Guide.
Offering what it says is the world’s first skincare tabs, MONO Skincare is launching with a line including cleanser, moisturizer and serum.
Henkel, L’Oréal, LVMH, Natura & Co and Unilever announce global consortium to develop environmental impact assessment for cosmetics products.
A new report by The Vegan Society has found that 97% of British shoppers want more vegan-verified cosmetics and toiletries.
There’s never been a better time to celebrate natural beauty. After a rocky couple of years, the new normal is coming into focus.