1 – ALL THAT GLAMES: Nano O Vida develops Nano Gold Serum to deliver a luxurious skin care experience
The newly launched India-based cosmetics brand Nano Au Veda has developed a nano-gold serum designed to give consumers a luxurious beauty experience.
Nano Au Veda is a skincare cosmetics brand that was recently launched in September by Suganthshree Sudanthiram, a former engineer.
The brand debuted with just one product, Au Glow, a serum containing plum-derived vitamin C and nano-gold.
Swarna Bhasma, the ash of gold, has been traditionally used in Ayurveda for thousands of years. The company has modernized this by employing patented green technology from the University of Missouri in the US to manufacture nanoscale gold.
2 – Sun & Surf: Kao relaunches Allie’s sun care brand with a focus on ‘ocean safety’ in 2022
Kao Corporation is relaunching its Allie sun care brand, with a series of new “Ocean Safe” products that comply with recent regulations in force in Thailand, Hawaii and Palau.
Launched in the year 2000, Allie is a Kao sun care brand that is widely available in health and beauty retail stores across Asia.
On December 9, Kao announced that Allie was set for a relaunch, which will see a new line of products and a renewed focus on sustainability. In particular, the brand will now focus on ocean safety.
The new Chrono Beauty range will be launched on February 12 next year starting in Japan.
3 – Zen for your skin: Taiwanese brand Phytoflow claims to unlock the benefits of meditation using natural extracts
Taiwanese cosmetics company 3dL Inc. A new series of skin care products that claim to mimic the effect of meditation on the skin using natural extracts by increasing the release of beta-endorphins.
The company is an original design manufacturer (ODM) that owns beauty brands like Ujelly and Horaios.
The company recently launched a new brand, Phytoflow, that was developed to meet what it believes is a beauty consumer’s interest in luxury.
“As COVID-19 continues to emerge around the world, uncertainty and anxiety are always present in daily life. This affects not only the mental state of a person but the appearance of the skin as well. We have all seen market trends and believe that stress-relieving skincare products And luxury is the future even in the post-pandemic era,” Timmy Ban, Head of International Product Development at 3dL Inc.
4 – CHEW THIS: Dentist develops eco-friendly toothpaste tablets that meet dental care standards
A dentist in Australia has developed eco-friendly toothpaste tablets to meet consumer desire for oral care products that meet dental care standards.
The oral care space is undergoing a transformation as more and more people are starting to treat toothpaste and mouthwash as a lifestyle cosmetic product.
This is being driven by new independent brands and startups setting up a new field of oral care, and seeing it as an extension of their beauty routine.
While the shift in the way we think about oral care is exciting, dentist Dr. Rob Wood was concerned that these brands were ignoring the oral healthcare aspect of products.
5- Can you believe a ewe? Tasmanian Dairy develops a variety of skin care products from junk sheep’s milk
A family-owned dairy has entered cosmetics in an effort to turn unwanted sheep’s milk into a line of sheep’s milk skincare products.
Ewecare is the latest addition to the family’s operations, which have already included Grandvewe Cheeses and Hartshorn Distillery, which produce award-winning vodka using sheep whey.
The business is run by Diana Ray and her two children, Nicole Gulliver and Ryan Hartshorne.
The Ewecare family devised to use milk that would not have been suitable for making cheese and would have otherwise been discarded.