What Consumers Want from Beauty in 2023
Denise Herich for Global Cosmetic Industry U.S. beauty consumers have rallied in 2022 to help the industry recover from pandemic lows.Seventy-five percent of U.S. beauty-buying females say that beauty buying has become as important or more important to them now, post-pandemic, than it was prior to the pandemic’s onset.
The Return of Bar Soap: Why Everyone is in a Lather
Jamie Rosen for Town & Country My sister is famously discerning when it comes to just about everything. The hangers in her closet are perfectly spaced, every scuff-free shoe stands at attention, and her suitcase is always neatly organized with packing cubes.
The Future of Skin Care Products – Natural Meets Synthetic
Synergio Itamar Levy for Happi Modern day skin care is a far cry from the products introduced in 18th and 19th Century Europe. What began as pungent, botanically-derived cleansers with unpleasant textures, inconsistent viscosity, and short shelf life, have transformed into a multibillion-dollar industry with products targeting a multitude of needs and catering to consumers worldwide—all courtesy of the synthetic revolution.
3 Sustainable Packaging Trends
Global Cosmetic Industry Consumers care just as much about packaging as they do what’s inside the container. In line with keeping the planet as a priority and eliminating unnecessary waste, beauty brands are finding innovative ways to produce makeup, skin care and personal care products housed in Earth-friendly designs.
As consumers become increasingly aware of the impact their personal choices have on the environment, sustainable packaging is becoming more important.