in-cosmetics – the next big thing

Highlights of in-cosmetics 2012 included groundbreaking anti-ageing actives, brightening ingredients and soothing ingredients in skin care; body sculpting solutions; active and functional ingredients for use in hair care products; functional products to maximise time and cost savings; and more alternatives to traditional products. Also, in a year focused on solar beauty, ingredients to help formulate pleasant textured, high protection and low whitening sun care were also in demand

in-cosmetics 2012 provided cosmetics companies with a wide variety of advanced ingredients and interesting marketing stories. SPC looks at some of the highlights

For the beauty world in-cosmetics is a byword for innovation with nearly every ingredients supplier aiming to unveil new materials – or at the very least new data on existing favourites – at the event. This year’s expo in Barcelona, which ran from 17-19 April, was no exception.

Notable areas of progress included actives for skin care, specifically those claiming advanced anti-ageing effects or soothing actions on sensitive skin. Meanwhile, those with booths sporting the in-focus ‘Solar Trail’ logo were keen to demonstrate their capabilities for sun care and the twin trends towards more convenient and more sustainable solutions continued to gain momentum.

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Featured Companies

Lubrizol Life Science (more information, website)
Lucas Meyer Cosmetics (more information, website)
Givaudan Active Beauty (more information, website)
Solabia Group (more information, website)
Evonik Nutrition and Care (more information, website)
Silab (more information, website)
Greentech (more information, website)
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