Natural and organic cosmetics
The growing demand for “truly natural” products in Asia is evident in the number of companies at Discover Trends displaying a plethora of eco-sustainable and natural beauty cosmetics.
Petal Fresh from USA, for instance, offers body and hair care products formulated with 100% natural ingredients.
Australia’s Rohr Remedy offers eight essential ranges of skincare products combining natural ingredients rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Also from Australia is the Manuka Doctor’s rejuvenating Purified Bee Venom (PBV) face mask.
With increasingly discerning parents, the desire for truly natural ingredients is strongest in baby care products.
At Cosmoprof Asia, First Light from Australia will feature a range of certified organic products for mum and baby that are free from genetically-modified ingredients, pesticide residues, parabens and fragrances, mineral oils.
Meanwhile, Naïf from the Netherlands has babies covered from hair to toe with products made from only natural ingredients. Naïf takes into account the advice of experts as well as the needs of parents and babies. The result is a range of products that are natural, dermatologically tested and hypoallergenic with a pH that is similar to the skin’s.
As far as men’s grooming products are concerned, the Discover Trends area will feature brands such as Germany’s Giesen & Forsthoff, which offers a range of high-end razors, shaving accessories and manicure sets.
Visitors at Cosmoprof Asia will be able to take their pick from the three-day Spot on Beauty Forum focusing on beauty trends and Asian market development. A total of 12 talks are scheduled, including one from Beautystreams focusing on men’s fashion and grooming trends for Spring/Summer 2016, Cent Degrés discussing the perfumery trends in Asia and Organic Monitor presenting the future of natural and organic cosmetics in Asia.
The 20th edition of Cosmoprof Asia will be the largest-ever edition with more than 2,500 exhibitors from 46 countries and regions.