The eyes are the window to the soul – they reveal the mood, the vitality and even the age of the person to whom they belong. The skin around the eyes is particularly delicate, being around 4 times thinner than the rest of the facial skin.
Public perception and condemnation of plastic waste in oceans, rivers and nature has heightened dramatically in recent years. The origin of plastic wastes in nature is highly diverse, and not primarily attributable to cosmetics. Nevertheless, cosmetics are also under heavy scrutiny.
Beauty is no longer all about shape, colour, gender or age! With the emergence of new representations of beauty, brands need to evolve and develop their product ranges towards a representation more in line with the diversity of today's society, towards a plural and inclusive beauty. Let's explore this trend together!
Warming sunrays make us feel more comfortable and natural UV light is indispensable for the production of vitamin D. But light and the sun also have their downsides. If exposed to the sun for too long, the skin is put under enormous stress, becoming strained or even burnt, and our skin does not forget this stress – not one sunbeam, and definitely no sunburn! UV rays, especially UV-A, accelerate the aging of skin and are one of the main causes of skin cancer.
A certain trend has been visible in the cosmetics market for some years now: knowledge in the fields of dermatology and cosmetics is starting to overlap into an ever widening grey area between pharmaceutical and cosmetic care products. Terms like dermocosmetics, dermaceuticals and cosmeceuticals reveal that cosmetics is pushing its way into the field of pharmaceuticals for more profound reasons than just complying with legal demands for proof of effectiveness. The transitions between care, prevention and healing are smooth, and many substances are being used as both cosmetically and dermatologically active ingredients.