Trendalytics: 2018 Preventative Beauty Trends Report

In this special report, Trendalytics explores the rapidly changing surgical and non-surgical beauty market and the shifting consumer perception around “getting work done.” The report also takes a deep look at the treatments that interest consumers and the influencers driving this interest.

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Product Watch: March

This month brands tackle hydration, cleansing and scent, including a water-free hydrating oil, an all-natural cleanser aimed at targeting environmental effects on the skin, and a collection of unisex fine fragrances.

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ALGENIST: 5 Things You Didn’t Know

With a unique selling proposition stemming from the results its formulas are designed to deliver in 10 days, the brand, which was acquired in the third quarter of 2016, is in the spotlight.

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The Trends You Missed: in-cosmetics Global

Here, the key ingredient trends seen by Beauty Insider at in-cosmetics Global, a leading exhibition in personal care formulation, which hosted 800 exhibitors last week at its London-based show, many of whom use the event as launch pad for new ingredients.

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Can Artificial Intelligence Change the Face of Beauty?

Artificial intelligence expert Anastasia Georgievskaya discusses a range of topics related to AI, including how she helped organize the first beauty contest judged by a jury of robots, as well as RYNKL, an app for tracking age-related facial changes.

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New Findings Suggest Treatments for Wrinkle, Scars

Testing was conducted around a molecule, Bone Morphogenetic Protein (BMP), which was found to instruct scar-forming cells to transform themselves into fatty cells that are lost when scars form or when skin ages.

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RxGenesys Taps Supermodel as Face of Brand

Paulina Porizkova has been tapped to front the new science-focused brand, which uses Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells [IPC] as its hero ingredient. On average, RxGenesys users see a 56% reduction in fine lines and wrinkles in 56 days, brand executives said.

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Le Métier De Beauté on 2015 and Beyond

“Our real point of difference from Day One is about the name of our company. It’s the idea of Métier – this kind of craft that we bring.” — Richard Blanch, CEO, Le Métier de Beauté

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Eye On The Prize

The eyes have it as prestige beauty brands find new ways to slow down the signs of aging.

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