As in-cosmetics Global covered the other day, Global Cosmetics News was awash with press releases for the latest launches – but what were the over-arching tendencies? With sleep helps and stress alleviation one of 2019’s key beauty trends, its no wonder that several companies were innovating in this space. Givaudan, for example, launched Sensityl, a sustainable active cosmetic component derived from micro algae thought to bring mood-enhancing properties to the desk.
Sequens ushered in Glycuron 2.78, a high molecular weight polysaccharide abundant with uronic acid made by biotechnology, which it promises can boost measurable positive image understanding. And CLR’s AnnonnaSense CLR guarantees to improve well being and quality of life with its adaptogenic approach. Clariant went all out on the food front side with its FOOD2BEAUTY concept – zero waste beauty products inspired by classic food quality recipes from popsicle moisturizers to sugar cookie scrubs.
Seppic also jumped on the gourmand beauty bandwagon with Fresh Body Yoghurt, a food-inspired biodegradeable emulsion referred to as having a ‘pleasurable yoghurt jelly texture’ and providing on hydration. Aswell as pollution, the blue light emitted from our favourite gadgets is still a major concern. Azelis debuted a hands cream formulated to protect the wearer from blue light under its ‘Unique You’ range, which celebrates difference and was created to fit unique needs. Evonik’s Tego Pep UP is also thought to counteract the result of display time – as is Lonza’s ScreenLight Block. Of course, pursuing on from Azelis’ Unique You range, it goes without … Read more