L’Oréal Partners With Microalgae Biotech For New Cosmetic Actives
French firms L’Oréal and Microphyt partner to drive development of cosmetic solutions based on the latter’s patented, low-carbon process for cultivating microalgae. Already, Microphyt markets three cosmetic ingredients based on microalgae bioactives for enhanced skin vitality and resilience.
You may also be interested in...
Dermocosmetics was L’Oreal’s biggest growth story in 2020, benefiting from shifting consumer priorities during the COVID crisis and reinvigorated faith in the recommendations of healthcare professionals. Makeup sales tanked, but that could well reverse with the advent of another Roaring Twenties post-pandemic, L’Oreal leadership suggests.
Over The Counter 1 March 2024: The Emerging Benefits Of ‘Beauty-From-Within,’ Featuring Kenvue’s Paul LaTerra
In this episode of Over the Counter, HBW Insight speaks to Paul LaTerra, Director, R&D, Global Hair and Scalp for Kenvue, a New Jersey-based consumer health company that markets skin care brands Neutrogena, Aveeno and Lubriderm. We discuss growth of the beauty-from-within supplements market, how the products complement topical skin care and hair formulas and the growing body of research demonstrating significant skin and hair health benefits.
Under CEO Erik Fyrwald, IFF is committed to improving commercial execution across its four businesses after five years of overall underperformance.