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”.
L’Oreal Paris is set to sell The Body Shop to Brazil’s Natura Cosmeticos for one billion euros.
Estée Lauder has purchased a minority stake in Deciem – the fast growing company behind 10 brands including The Ordinary and NIOD.
Thirty two years after first opening its doors in Adelaide, Hyde Park College of Skin and Body Therapy has moved to bigger and better premises in the centre of the city.
French car manufacturer Renault has raised the ire of French feminists with the launch of a new nail polish range that can also touch up minor bodywork scratches on its cars.
Australian online beauty retailer RY.com.au has added 20 leading makeup brands – including popular salon brands Youngblood, Jane Iredale and Clarins – to its offering.
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.
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.
A US regenerative medicine company has successfully regenerated ‘full-thickness skin’ on pigs – and plans to begin human trials later this year.
Ten years after a six-month trial in Australia, French Skincare brand Mary Cohr has officially launched in Australia.
L’Oréal Paris has been named the most valuable personal care brand in the 2017 BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands ranking
Less than three years after opening its first store in Australia, French cosmetic retailer Sephora will open its ninth store this month.
The Body Shop has launched a campaign in partnership with Cruelty Free International calling for a global ban on cosmetics animal testing by 2020.
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”.
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.
Bodyography and Sumita makeup artists have made up the faces of 300 Miss Universe hopefuls around the country in the lead-up to Miss Universe Australia 2017.
Victoria’s Be Pure Hair and Beauty Salon has won a Big Review TV video package valued at $4000 in a subscription promotion by the BHA Media.
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.