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Consumers expect companies to respect biodiversity, report says

Consumers expect companies to respect biodiversity, report says

While 87% of consumers surveyed worldwide want companies to adopt sourcing policies that respect biodiversity, only 27 out of the top...

L'Oréal supports its suppliers as part of its sustainable development programme

L’Oréal supports its suppliers as part of its sustainable development programme

End of 2013, the L’Oréal Group unveiled its commitments to sustainable development with the announcement of the programme “Sharing beauty...

Plastic microbeads: L'Oréal to stop, New York and California to prohibit

Plastic microbeads: L’Oréal to stop, New York and California to prohibit

After Unilever and Johnson & Johnson, L’Oréal announced the phasing out of plastic microbeads from its cosmetic products. In the...

Positive outlooks for bioplastic products in Europe

Positive outlooks for bioplastic products in Europe

The bioplastics market is predicted to grow from around 1.4 million tonnes (annual production capacity) in 2012 to approximately 6.2...

L'Oreal defines its sustainable development goals for 2020

L’Oreal defines its sustainable development goals for 2020

More sustainable products and processes, new assessment tools and the sharing of growth benefits: Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and CEO of...

An application to detect plastics in cosmetics

An application to detect plastics in cosmetics

Launched by Plastic Soup Foundation and The North Sea Foundation, two Dutch NGOs, a from application allows offers consumers...

The formulation of green cosmetics remains an obstacle course

The formulation of green cosmetics remains an obstacle course

Although the palette of green materials has widened in recent years, Organic Monitor finds cosmetic formulators still have to jump...

“Tree-sourced polymers could replace many oiled-sourced polymers,” Ohto Nuottamo, Stora Enso

“Tree-sourced polymers could replace many oiled-sourced polymers,” Ohto Nuottamo, Stora...

Ohto Nuottamo, Senior Packaging Adviser at Stora Enso, one of the global leading producers of paper, wood products and packaging...

Sustainability of cosmetics packaging progresses slowly

Sustainability of cosmetics packaging progresses slowly

Cosmetic companies are making slow progress in reducing their packaging footprints, says Organic Monitor. Although the cosmetics...

Biodiversity offers branding opportunities, says UEBT

Biodiversity offers branding opportunities, says UEBT

The 2013 edition of the Union for Ethical BioTrade (UEBT) Biodiversity Barometer highlights growing biodiversity awareness worldwide....

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2020’s most disruptive beauty innovations and what to expect in...

2020's most disruptive beauty innovations and what to expect in 2021

Despite the disruption to new product development (NPD), especially at the onset of the COVID-19 crisis - and a difficult year for...

From the beauty of lips to the beauty of nature: Aptar Reboul’s...

From the beauty of lips to the beauty of nature: Aptar Reboul's lipstick

Aptar Reboul, a recognised leader in the field of prestige lipsticks, is taking advantage of the current sanitary period to consolidate...

Cosmetic Ingredients - October 2020

Cosmetic Ingredients - October 2020

Cosmetics viewed as clean or natural have become a growth driver on the market, and no doubt the new post-COVID era will strengthen...

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