Anti-Ageing

Advanced Cosmeceuticals takes on Brera


The Matrix has arrived in Oz

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Do women expire at 30?


SK-II says ‘no’

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Gentle celebrations


The one laser to rule them all?

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Envogue launches Revision into Oz


The world’s ‘No 1 neck product’ is here

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Ingestibles take big bite out of beauty market


Does your salon stock nutritional supplements – yet?

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Miranda Kerr moves into China


Kora Organics is now selling on Tmall

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EpigenCare wins digital beauty award


Personalised skincare gets more personal

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Natural beauties count down to Expo


Over 350 brands will be on display

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Smooth success for Wrinkles Schminkles


The silicone pads changing the way we fight wrinkles

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7 beauty truths you need to know  


The ‘toxic reality’ behind the commercial beauty industry

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Vegans take bigger bite of skincare market


Sales of vegan products jump 38 percent

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Vagheggi Bio+ arrives in Oz


The COSMOS-certified organic skincare brand is here

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When microblading just isn’t enough…


Cosmetic injectables may be the solution

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Most skin supplements don’t work ‒ according to the BNF


Are you wasting your money?

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Unilever buys into microbiome skincare


Are probiotics, prebiotics and postbiotics the future of skincare?

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Inika rides high on natural growth curve


Inika’s Australian sales grew 42 percent last year

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Oprah’s skin guru lights the way


LED light treatments are more effective at treating ‘skin ageing’ than aggressive treatments such as laser and micro-needling, according to US ‘skin guru’ Jennifer Brodeur.

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Selfies continue to drive cosmetic surgery demand


‘Selfie-awareness’ is one of the leading drivers in the growing demand for cosmetic surgery, according to The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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