The French glass manufacturer has been placed in ‘redressement judiciaire’, which could result in 500 job losses
Bracelets that alert wearers of UV and pollution levels and 'smart compacts' could influence cosmetic innovations
Anglo-Dutch chemicals giant Unilever has been forced to recall around 1,000 50ml bottles of its Neutral Roll-on deodorant
As 3D printers become more advanced and more accessible, Cosmetics Business discovers how industry as we know it could change, and change fast
Packaging security is more intelligent and multifunctional than ever. Kitty So reports from the front line in the war against the counterfeiters
From 27-29 October prestige packaging event Luxe Pack Monaco returns to the Grimaldi Forum. This year's focus is on formulation
New provisions for registered UK designs are now in force. Whether you design things yourself, commission or employ designers, or simply make or sell products, these changes will affect you.
Effect pigment specialist Eckhart has created a number of innovative new pigments that it claims will open new markets for masterbatchers and compounders in the packaging industry
The look, feel and even the sound of a pack all contribute to our perception of what is luxurious or not. Julia Wray looks at cues that imply ‘luxury’ and trends that have dominated recent months
The fragrance market continues to make olfactive gains thanks to innovation across the sector. But how will the market respond to a change in demographic?
Smaller packaging could lead to stronger sales of cosmetics products in developing nations, where consumers cannot afford larger sizes,
US firm Fusion Packaging, which designs, manufactures, and distributes luxury packaging for the beauty industry, is producing a Direct Effect collection of customizable tube-based direct applicators
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