Waterless formulas, including bars, tablets, pods, wipes, patches and more, are the epitome of 'clean' products and sustainability across industries. They reduce the need for packaging while decreasing the carbon footprint of transportation costs.
In his presentation during the Beauty Accelerate Virtual event, coming this Nov. 2-5, 2020, Jim Perry, president and CEO of Taiki USA, will discuss moves in this direction by the cosmetics industry and their impact on sustainability and packaging. He also will focus on the benefits of removing water from beauty products, and speak to solutions to achieve effective results.
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Key topics will include: packaging impacts on sustainability; early efforts in waterless beauty; and the role of nano fibers in waterless beauty product delivery, among others. According to Perry, the best way to make sustainability happen faster is to show consumers that these products work better.
Hear more on this subject at Beauty Accelerate Virtual. Taking place Nov. 2-5, 2020, this 100% virtual event is for beauty marketers, founders, executives, R&D managers and cosmetic scientists. Attendees will learn to solve innovation challenges, develop best practices for collaboration and gain knowledge on emerging innovations while navigating the disruptions of the past year…our "new normal."