Anti-Ageing

 

MitoQ redefines anti-ageing market

MitoQ, the company that discovered MitoQ, a third-generation CoQ10 which targets mitochondria, has now launched a skincare range “hundreds of times more powerful than other CoQ10 products”.

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L’Oreal set to sell The Body Shop

L’Oreal Paris is set to sell The Body Shop to Brazil’s Natura Cosmeticos for one billion euros.

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Estee Lauder buys into Deciem

Estée Lauder has purchased a minority stake in Deciem – the fast growing company behind 10 brands including The Ordinary and NIOD.

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7 wellness trends set to boom this year

Raison d’Etre, the global spa consultancy and think tank for wellness, has revealed the seven Wellness Trends set to grow in popularity this year – and beyond.

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Non-surgical cosmetic surgery set to grow 7 percent

The global non-surgical cosmetic surgery market is set to grow 7.87 percent a year from 2017 until 2012, according to a new report.

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Mary Cohr re-launches into Australia

Ten years after a six-month trial in Australia, French Skincare brand Mary Cohr has officially launched in Australia.

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L’Oréal proves it’s worth it – again  

L’Oréal Paris has been named the most valuable personal care brand in the 2017 BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands ranking

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Oz guru reveals Modern Face of Beauty

After six months travelling the world meeting experts in the aesthetics industry while filming The Modern Face of Beauty, host Stephen Handisides concludes that most people “merely want to look good for their age”.

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TGA warns salons not to advertise Botox

The Therapeutic Goods Association has warned Australian “cosmetic/beauty clinics” that it is illegal to advertise services which use Schedule 4 substances such as Botox, Restylane, Juvederm and Dysport.

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Oz Skin Clinics donate ‘scrubs’ to save women’s lives

Australian Skin Clinics has found a new use for its medical scrubs and supplies – sending them to Africa to help save the lives of women giving birth.

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Uspa rebrands to meet savvy customer demands

Uspa is celebrating its 21st birthday with the relaunch of its ‘pure, clean’ Australian-made skincare range.

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‘Slip, slop, slap… and makeup’ to look younger 

Makeup is ‘the second most important anti-ageing product’, according to a leading Sydney dermatologist.

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Expo opens doors to natural beauty

The Naturally Good Expo will be showcasing the latest ‘natural, organic and healthy products’ for retailers in Sydney next weekend.

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Omniderm waves in not-so-new era

After 20 years distributing skincare in Australia, Omniderm has made a successful move into the equipment market with the launch of the OmniWave ASM.

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Cosmetic doctor turns to ‘holistic trinity’ in skincare

As increasing numbers of beauty salons add high-tech treatments to their menus, one Sydney cosmetic doctor is adding more traditional beauty and wellness treatments to his clinics’ menus.

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Ultraceuticals begins rolling out ‘Ultra Consult’ clinics

Ultraceuticals has begun rolling out a new ‘gold standard’ in skin consultation with the certification of its first ‘Ultra Consult’ clinic.

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Why the beauty industry needs to focus on anti-ageing

It’s more important now than what it’s ever been.

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‘Infrared protection’ is the next big skincare challenge

Cosmetic chemist Terri Vinson warns that ‘infrared protection’ is the next big skincare challenge.

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