COSMETIC 360 – 2018 EDITION: WHAT ARE THE TRENDS IN INNOVATION?
At a time when digital technology, connected beauty, artificial intelligence, and biotech are opening new horizons, COSMETIC 360 seeks to spotlight innovators—the key drivers of an industry in which half the products to hit the market within the next five years are still unknown. As an exclusive, discover the major trends in innovation which exhibit on the trade fair on Wednesday & Thursday, 17 & 18 October, at the Carrousel du Louvre, in Paris.
Between “DIY” and “NATURALNESS”, discover a selection of the major trends in innovation which exhibit on the COSMETIC 360 trade fair on Wednesday & Thursday, 17 & 18 October, at the Carrousel du Louvre, in Paris.
YEAR OF JAPAN
J-beauty innovations at the 4th edition of Cosmetic 360, which this year honours Japan.
Innovative products developed according to best practice in environmentally-friendly design are riding a wave of success.
NEW CONSUMER EXPERIENCES
The following products interact with consumers in novel ways, offering them new product application experiences.
Digital technology and cosmetics team up through smartphones to yield DIY beauty products.
Packaging can be an ultraconnected object, integrating technological solutions that relay diverse kinds of information on the packaged products and their environments.
USING FOOD INGREDIENTS AS RAW MATERIALS FOR COSMETICS
Vegetables, cereal, and fruit are nutritional powerhouses, and now they are finding a place in the world of cosmetics.
NEW TESTS RELY ON 3D ARTIFICIAL SKIN MODELS
Artificial skin may be used to evaluate cosmetic product safety and efficacy, and it is the focus of much research today.
A growing number of tests for diagnostics, efficacy evaluations, and other purposes are now available to serve the dynamic haircare market.
FACTORY OF THE FUTURE
Discover connected objects and robots that boost factory productivity.