Recent in Natural/Botanical (page 11 of 12)

Bain de terre Launches Botaniceutical Hair Care

Bain de terre recently introduced its new hair care collection, botaniceuticals.

Naturals Segment Strong, Drives Need for Standards

From 2005-2006, nearly one in three consumers sought cosmetic and toiletry products with natural credentials on a more frequent basis.

CARGO Houses Lipstick In Corn Tube

CARGO Cosmetics has launched a lipstick packaged in a compostable tube made entirely of corn.

Aloe Vera Gel With Long Chain Polysaccharides

Terry Laboratories has launched a "Gold Seal" aloe vera powder...

Biotechnology and Cosmetics: Advances in Phytochemistry: Rx and non-Rx

Skin care preparations containing ingredients described as “natural” or “botanical” (plant extracts and/or plant ingredients) have been used as beauty aids and to treat problem skin conditions since the dawn of time.

Clarins Ventures Into Organics

Clarins has made an agreement with organic cosmetics producer Kibio to jointly develop a line of natural organic cosmetics.

Organic Personal Care Sees Growth

Organic personal care products were reported to achieve US$282 million in sales in 2005.

Trends--The Blossoming of Naturals Part III: Raw Materials

This column is the third in a quarterly in-depth report on naturals in personal care. Part IV, appearing in the December issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine, will focus on the importance of wellness to the spa industry.

Letter to the Editor: Biotech, Natural Not Equals

When I saw the July 19 article, "Taking 'Naturals' to the Genome," I felt my hair stand on end--biotech products are not natural...

The Blossoming of Naturals--Part II: Marketing and Statistics on the Impact of Wellness/Naturals Globally

How many of you regularly exercise—yoga included? How many of you consider yourself a tree hugger? You don’t have to be a tree hugger to embrace the natural and wellness trend.

NMI Recognizes Health, Sustainability Focus Among Consumers

According to research by the Natural Marketing Institute (NMI), today’s consumers are considered "Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability" consumers.

Fancor Highlights Vegetable-based Sensory Ingredient

Fancor highlights its new Crambe abyssinica seed oil (and) Butyrospermum parkii (shea butter) extract, an all-natural, vegetable-origin ingredient...

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