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Consumers Mindset Shifts: A Global & Local OverviewIn the era of hyper-personalization, addressing consumers presents new challenges for marketers and product developers. The shift towards individual-centric approaches requires abandoning generalized categorizations of groups and tribes. BEAUTYSTREAMS responds to this need with an updated methodology, moving away from traditional demographic classifications. Instead, consumer archetypes are identified, transcending age groups and regions. These archetypes, rooted in in-depth studies of global lifestyles, behaviors, and attitudes, reflect the diverse composition of individuals, and this dynamic system adapts to societal and lifestyle evolutions.Tendanceshyper-personalization, consumer archetypes, global lifestylesBEAUTYSTREAMS INCVicini ELODIE
Comment cheminer dans la Transition énergétique - Grandes typologies d'actionsCheminer dans la transition énergétique - c'est un parcours global autour de 3 grandes typologies d'actions : - J’ADAPTE ma façon de consommer et de conduire mon activité pour consommer moins et/ou au bon moment - JE TRANSFORME mes équipements et process consommateurs d’énergies, je les modifie ou je les remplace (efficacité énergétique et électrification) - JE DÉVELOPPE mon mix énergétique vers davantage d’énergies renouvelables et locales c'est un parcours global sur lequel le groupe EDF accompagne ses clients sur tous les aspects : - services d'accompagnement, - outils et solutions, - offres de fourniture adaptées, - leviers de financement comme les CEE.Industriedécarbonation, usages électriques, efficacité énergétique, consommer moins, consommer au bon moment, flexibilité, mix énergétique renouvelable et local, mobilité électrique, autoconsommation, PPA, pilotage intelligent, ISO 50001,EDFBettina LAVAUD
Embracing Indigenous/Wholistic BeautyAn engaging PowerPoint Presentation and story telling about Indigenous core values when it comes to wholistic concepts and beauty practicesIndustrieIndigenous, Indigenous Beauty, Wholistic Beauty, Longevity, InclusivityTribalure Canada Inc.Angela SARSONS
Durabilité des packagings: pragmatisme et raison d'être au service de nos contenants français.Fabricant français de contenant durable et réutilisable, nous partagerons notre expertise dans la conception de contenant eco conçu, fonctionnel, et nécessaire. Notre savoir faire est la conception de produit 100% issu de RPET. Je propose d'intervenir pour échanger non pas sur le cycle des vie des produits, ou recyclabilité des matières mais sur notre mission même qui est la conception de contenant utile et fonctionnel pour que la problématique environnementale soit l'enjeu de tous et non pas uniquement de poignées de consommateur. Le contenant pour cela doit etre nécessaire et pratique.Packaging durabilité, contenant, innovationIFATYMarie LASSARA
Novel plastic free packaging solutionReducing plastic use is the most effective means of avoiding landfills and tackling pollution in our oceans. PlantSea has developed a ground breaking soluble seaweed based flexible film that holds both liquids and dry products. Our film is a sustainable, natural substitute for PVOH and PVA which despite being biodegradable, are actually single use plastics. Join us to demonstrate the future of plastic free packaging.Packaging seaweed packaging, biomaterial, plastic freePlantSeaRhiannon REES
Dr. Charlie Bavington – Exploring the restorative and protective mechanisms of seaweed bioactivesDr. Charlie Bavington – Exploring the restorative and protective mechanisms of seaweed bioactivesIngrédientsSeaweed, bioactives,OCEANIUMRobb BETHANY
GAIALINE®, a regenerative active ingredient, from soil to skin !Inspired by Gaïa, the Greek goddess of the Earth, Expanscience presents GAÏALINE®, a new cosmetic active ingredient derived from French flax, grown locally, 32km away from its production site using soil conservation agriculture (CA). GAÏALINE® represents a further step towards Expanscience’s aim to become a company with a positive and regenerative impact by 2040! Going beyond sustainability with a positive impact on the environment and its biodiversity, GAÏALINE® is a liposoluble active ingredient obtained from linseed oil, thanks to a green extraction process - molecular distillation - which concentrates precious unsaponifiable compounds (such as phytosterols) of vegetable oils. In addition to regenerating soil thanks to its sourcing method, GAÏALINE® protects, strengthens, and regenerates the skin by boosting key markers (ceramides, hyaluronic acid, collagen, …) and preserving cell regeneration by protecting telomere length from oxidative stress and boosting longevity genes expression. Skin aging is slowed down for a smoother and more unified look. GAÏALINE® also protects hair weakened by daily stressors (bleaching, brushing, and heating) and creates a protective sheath to fortify hair against future damages. Thanks to its dual action on skin and hair, its innovative and regenerative sourcing, and its green extraction process, GAIALINE’s development offers a complete, natural, and effective solution for slow-aging cosmetics! Expanscience is proud to contribute to the global collective movement towards a more sustainable cosmetic industry future!IngrédientsRegenerative agriculture, conservation agriculture,longevity, skin barrier, local sourcing, ceramide booster, linseed oil, skin & hair, anti-oxidative power, regenerative skin markers, telomeres protection, slow-aging, holistic, sustainability, eco-designed, molecular distillation, phytosterols, skincare, haircare, French sourcingLABORATOIRES EXPANSCIENCEMelanie SERRE
Vegan and sustainable protein fragments to reverse the effects of skin agingAs we age, our skin undergoes various changes due to the decline in the production of structural components such as collagen, elastin, and fibrillin, adding up to the skin cell’s slower cell turnover and a diminished ability to repair and regenerate skin. Collagen, for instance, is the protein that provides strength and elasticity, decreases in synthesis starting in the mid-20s. Existing collagen fibers break down more rapidly due to increased activity of collagen-degrading enzymes, resulting in reduced skin elasticity, firmness, and a thinning dermis. These changes lead to noticeable signs of aging. To combat the signs of aging, cosmetics have been developed containing collagen to reverse the effect of aging. Until now, there were some alternatives in the market to collagen of animal origin. LipoTrue has developed a line of vegan protein fragments, such as collagen I, collagen IV and fibrillin produced in plants through vertical farming. These protein fragments act as protein-like and protein booster, meaning that they biologically function as the protein while boosting its synthesis. Now consumers can finally enjoy of a collagen produced by plants, which is also sustainable, biodegradable and Vegan certified. Thus, fulfilling nowadays consumer’s requests. To obtain these protein fragments, LipoTrue utilizes mRNA technology adapted from the pharmaceutical industry employing N. benthamiana, a plant model system for transient expression, to produce biomimetic human proteins and protein fragments. This innovative approach, involving synthetic mRNA as a template, enables the production of unique vegan protein and protein fragments for cosmetic applications, mimicking the action human’s and modulating endogenous protein production, thus offering anti-aging benefits. N. benthamiana's ability to perform post-translational modifications is crucial for protein activity compared to other production methods. It is a sustainable technology which encompasses a closed environment where conditions are optimally controlled and without the use of pesticides. The plants are grown in biodegradable cellulose plant pods in vertical farming, which optimizes space & resources. The installation of solar panels, water and soil recycling improves the use of resources. The plants are grown using red LED light – similar to that employed by NASA - to enhance protein production in plants.Ingrédientsvegan, collagen, fragments, wild plantsLipoTrueClaire BERTRAND
Beauty That Lasts: Sustainability and Consumer PrioritiesWhat does longevity mean in the context of sustainable beauty? Do consumers really care? Join WGSN to discover why consumers are increasingly considering product lifespan in their beauty decisions, what's driving this behaviour and how long-lasting beauty products can promote eco-friendly practices and drive success.TendancesLongevity, Sustainable Beauty, Consumer PrioritiesWGSNPia FISHER
HYP’OX, a predictive and fast method for measuring antioxidant activity in a human full-thickness skin modelOxidative stress in skin plays a major role in the longevity and ageing biology. Oxidative stress is a biological phenomenon where an imbalance between the production of free radicals and the cell ability to neutralize them leads to cellular damage. This process is particularly relevant in dermocosmetic research, as the skin is constantly exposed to oxidizing agents such as UV radiation, pollution, and chemicals. Human skin undergoes structural and functional modifications under oxidative stress including the degradation of collagen and elastin, reduced cell proliferation and increased senescence and contributing to premature skin aging and various skin alterations. Skin is a complex organ covering the entire surface of the body and integrating three layers in very close contact, the epidermis, the dermis and the hypodermis. This last layer which is composed of subcutaneous adipose tissue is now recognized for its involvement in skin biological processes such as protection against infection, wound healing and hair follicle cycling. The importance of hypodermis is further underscored by its interactions with surrounding cells, in particular its secreted factors regulating dermal fibroblasts functionality and influencing their production of extracellular matrix components. DIVA Expertise and Anti Oxidant Power have combined their expertise and developed a new method to study oxidative stress in skin and to evaluate the antioxidant activity of dermocosmetic products in a complete human skin model integrating the hypodermal compartment. The HYP-OX assay enables the specific measurement of antioxidant effects of ingredients, extracts or final products in a 3 layer- human skin explant. It relies on a finely controlled generation of intracellular radical species by a photo-induction process allowing the measure of antioxidant effect (free radical scavenging) inside human skin explant. The HYP-OX assay offers a more predictive and physiological test mode paving the way for innovations in skincare.IndustrieOxidative stress, antioxidant activity, human skin model, hypodermis, ageing biology, longevityDIVA EXPERTISELinh Trang NGUYEN
Biomimetic regenerative power of the seaweed Codium tomentosum for the development of a new anti-ageing active ingredient.Codium tomentosum has an atypical siphonous cœnocytic structure with a single giant multinucleated cell, which gives the seaweed specific biomechanical properties that enable it to regenerate lost tissue and seal and repair membrane damage. This structure allows a high level of resistance with strong healing and regenerative capabilities. This regenerative power is beneficial for the skin. Codium tomentosum has been extracted using an up-cycling fractionation process based on the biorefinery principle. This optimised patented process results in an active ingredient called Algafiller®, which promotes adipogenesis and adiponectin synthesis in subcutaneous adipose tissue and glycoasminoglycans synthesis in the dermis. Algafiller® has been shown to visibly reduce the depth of crow's feet and nasolabial folds, as well as increase cheek volume, skin firmness and density. The presentation will discuss the unique properties of seaweed, the extraction strategy, in vitro and in vivo clinical study results on subcutaneous adipose tissue redensification, dermal regeneration and overall anti-ageing effects.Ingrédientsseaweed ; cœnocytic structure ; up-cycling process ; skin redensification ; adipose tissue ; anti-aging effectsAGRIMERJulie PRIGENT
LES NEURO- PARFUMS AU SERVICE DU BEIN-ETRE ET DU BIEN VIEILLIR AVEC PLAISIRConstat: + 69 % des personnes déclarent avoir besoin de s' occuper de leur santé mentale depuis le Covid et plus de 80 % de vos décisions quotidiennes sont gérées par vos émotions! Mais peu de produit du quotidien existent pour booster votre état émotionnel Notre solution: L' innovation AMOI, une nouvelle  génération de marque de beauté holistique, offrant une gamme  de neuro-parfums, certifiée et prouvée par des tests en NEUROSCIENCE pour booster votre état émotionnel: Relaxation, Concentration, Joie, Energie. Les test menés par le laboratoire indépendant ont démontré une action sur les neuro marqueurs dés les 5 premieres minutes . A titre d'exemple, pour AMOI Sea, Sun & Smiles ont a constaté lors de la deuxième stimulation une augmentation de + 68% de la relaxation et - 64 % de charge mentale... et un état d' évaluation émotionnel de + de 80 % sur le test. Différents rituels d'utilisation et d' applications AMOI ont été mis en place pour vivre une expérience unique et immersive en fonction de votre besoin émotionnel du moment. Un besoin de 'de-stress', relaxation, d' aide au sommeil, de concentration , un regain d' énergie ou positivité AMOI offre une solution pour prendre soin de soi avec plaisir pour mieux vieillir et se sentir bien 'AMOI , Le plaisir de Soi" En résumé , la raison d' être d AMOI est de concilier Plaisir - Bien être et Neurosciences au service du bien être et du bien vieillir avec des produits à l 'efficacité prouvée par des tests neuroscientifiques. Au final proposition de la thématique de la conférence - ( à ajuster après discussion ensemble ) En beauté, comment concilier Plaisir - Bien être et Neurosciences au service du bien être et du bien vieillir ! Merci pour votre écoute et lecture et j' espère pouvoir faire découvrir l' expérience AMOI en live et faire partie de vos conférencier sur ce sujet qui me passionne. A bientôt . Pascale + 85 % NATURELS, RECHARGEABLE, PRODUIT EN FRANCE , Tests réalisés par un laboratoire indépendant de neurosciences sur les neuro marqueurs, les données respiratoires et cardiaques.TendancesNEUROSCIENCES, BEAUTE, PARFUMS, INNOVATION, WELLBEINGTHE FEEL GOOD BEAUTYPascale FONTAINE
Cosmétique : Maîtriser l'Innovation à Grande Vitesse (Défis et Méthodes pour Développer et Industrialiser de Nouveaux Produits avec Efficacité)L'industrie cosmétique est l'un des secteurs les plus dynamiques et innovants du marché. Chaque année, environ 50 % des produits proposés sur le marché sont des nouveautés. Cette cadence effrénée d'innovation rend l'industrie extrêmement complexe et concurrentielle. Les entreprises doivent constamment innover pour répondre aux attentes des consommateurs, aux tendances du marché et aux avancées technologiques. Cette pression constante pour développer de nouveaux produits pose de nombreux défis, notamment en ce qui concerne la gestion des phases de développement et d'industrialisation. Les entreprises ont souvent du mal à gérer efficacement ces phases critiques en raison de la complexité et de la rapidité requises. Des erreurs peuvent entraîner des retards, des coûts supplémentaires et des problèmes de qualité, compromettant la compétitivité des produits et augmentant le gaspillage. Pour surmonter ces défis, il est crucial d’appliquer des méthodes adaptées, de revoir les organisations et les processus qui intègrent des pratiques durables. Le « vertical start-ups » est la méthode idéale dans des phases spécifiques de la chaîne de valeur, elle joue un rôle crucial dans la gestion des défis liés à l'innovation rapide et durable. ___ De par notre expérience, ce sujet concerne toutes les entreprises du secteur de la cosmétique et est un véritable challenge pour ces dernières. Ayant réalisé de nombreux projets pour développer l’agilité des entreprises à relever ce défi avec la méthode «vertical start-ups » , nous sommes en mesure d’illustrer des succès avec des exemples précis.IndustrieInnovation, Industrialisation, DéveloppementEFESO Management ConsultantsStefano ERBA
Innovation at the Forefront: Exploring Peptides in China’s Dynamic Skincare Landscape1.MARKET INSIGHT: Anti-aging market trends, mainstream ingredients, and current market challenges. 2.EXPLORING PEPTIDES
: Introduction to Peptides: Definition, Classification, Characteristics, Applications, Technology, etc. 3.KANS PEPTIDE RESEARCH
: Journey of KANS Peptides Research: Research of Cyclo-Peptides, Efficacy, Clinical Results, etc.Ingrédientscyclo-peptides, anti-aging, anti-senescenceShanghai Zhongyi Daily Chemical Co.,Ltd.Hu HU HUANG
Mitigating Photoaging via Lapagyl Treatment: Targeting Inflammation and ImmunosuppressionImmunosenescence and cellular senescence significantly contribute to skin photoaging. Lapagyl is an advanced botanical ingredient derived from the bark of the lapacho tree (Tabebuia impetiginosa), also known as the "tree of life." This ingredient is sustainably sourced and has a 100% natural origin content according to ISO 16128 standards. It has shown promise in mitigating UV-induced inflammation and immunosuppression in the skin. This effect is achieved through the regulation of Foxp3+ Tregs and the CCL pathway, as elucidated in a single-cell transcriptomics study. UV radiation (UVR)-induced skin damage results from the infiltration of inflammatory cells and their interactions with structural skin cells, leading to heightened inflammation. To counteract excessive inflammation, an expanded population of Foxp3+ Tregs in the skin suppresses the immune response. However, prolonged UVR exposure may lead to chronic immunosuppression, accompanied by immunosenescence and cellular senescence. These processes contribute to the degradation of skin extracellular matrix (ECM) components, hindering collagen and elastin production, thereby disrupting skin homeostasis and promoting photoaging. Furthermore, photoaging prompts senescent cells to secrete senescence-associated secretory phenotype (SASPs), exacerbating inflammation and ECM degradation, perpetuating a detrimental cycle. Lapagyl demonstrates a protective effect by curbing UVR-induced inflammation, reducing the infiltration of inflammatory cells, and suppressing their interaction with skin structural cells, particularly by suppressing CCL8 expression in the CCL pathway. This anti-inflammatory action helps minimize UVR-induced immunosuppression by limiting the expansion of Foxp3+ Tregs, thus preserving skin ECM from UVR damage. The ECM-protective properties of Lapagyl were validated in two separate UVR models: an SKH-1 mice model and an ex vivo human upper-eyelid skin model. In the animal study, Lapagyl promoted the synthesis of crucial ECM proteins such as Type I and III collagens and elastin across different concentrations. The ex vivo skin model demonstrated that a 2.5% concentration of Lapagyl effectively protected the dermo-epidermal junction (DEJ) from UVR damage while promoting ECM regeneration. This comprehensive evaluation underscores Lapagyl's potential as a novel therapeutic option for addressing skin photoaging.IngrédientsLapagyl, photoaging, skin inflammation, skin immunosuppression, Foxp3 Tregs; CCL8UNISKIN Inertia Shanghai Biotechnology Co., Ltd.Fan FAN HU
The novel human-friendly JW peptides for anti-senescence and skin regenerationPeople's skin problems are often stimulated by various chemical, biological and physical factors, causing inflammation, aging, discomfort and allergies. At the same time, coupled with the increase in high-humidity and hot weather patterns around the world, the above-mentioned skin problems are becoming more serious. However, instead of solving the skin problems caused by various irritants one by one and facing the needs for solving ingredient-caused problems and 70% of humans with harassment of skin sensitivity or repair, an human-homologous material that is friendly on human skin, alleviates sensitivity, and improves the efficiency of skin repair remains to be needed. We target a common and key stress-responsive factor (KSRF) to develop KSRF inhibitor-JWs. The first-in-class and human-JW peptides function in anti-allergic, anti-inflammation, anti-oxidation and anti-aging and showed a good biocompatibility and biosafety to be applied in skin care products with an ampoule-like effect. The JW peptides also can be applied to all aesthetic beauty products as pursuing “less is more” and “targeted beauty” ideas in effectively achieves anti-senescence and supports skin regeneration needs.IngrédientsHuman-friendly peptides, anti-senescence and anti-oxidationNational Cheng Kung UniversityJu-Ming WANG
Relevant biological models to address skin longevity improvement.Longevity is defined by a long duration of individual life while maintaining healthy biological functions. To propose innovative solutions improving longevity at the skin level, the study of biological mechanisms is a prerequisite. This presentation will focus on 3 original modeling studies conducted by SILAB in the context of skin aging. 1. Dermis to epidermis communication In a tissue as heterogeneous and complex as the skin, dialogue between the different cell types composing it is indispensable for guaranteeing its development and maintaining its biological functions. Our results obtained by analyzing the secretome of young fibroblasts by proteomics show that 38% of proteins secreted are involved in an intercellular communication function. The secretion of more than half of these proteins are modified during aging (growth factors pathways, including the longevity IGF-1/IGF-1R axis, inflammation mediators and interaction proteins). SILAB’s Research extended this work by focusing on the extracellular vesicles, and among them exosomes. Indeed, they play a crucial role in intercellular communication by transporting various molecules including miRNAs, actors of epigenetic regulation. Our results show that, during aging, there is a significant increase in the expression of 9 miRNAs, inhibitors of epidermal biological functions, in the extracellular vesicles secreted by fibroblasts. The consequence of this communication shortfall was investigated and reveals alteration of epidermal biological functions. 2. Cell interconnectivity & skin regeneration Regeneration is the innate capacity of living beings to repair themselves by the beneficial use of their own resources. Preserving this property is a key strategy for aging well and in good health. Skin regeneration is a complex process, involving the cutaneous system, but also the vascular and immune systems. SILAB thus established a research program with the aims of characterizing the involvement of these three systems in the cutaneous regeneration process and elucidating their changes during aging. Our results obtained on aged fibroblasts reveal a decrease of the “fibroblastic regenerating complex” secretion with aging. The impact of deregulation was investigated on the surrounding environment and results reveal that the functionality of the skin systems and the regeneration process are altered. Keratinocytes and fibroblasts migration are reduced, as well as differentiation in myofibroblasts. There is also a decrease of the pro-regenerating immune population and a reduction in the migration and cohesion of endothelial cells. 3. Senescence & immunoevasion After reaching their maximum of divisions, fibroblasts become senescent and secrete SASP (Senescent associated secretory phenotype) affecting surrounding cells. Their destiny is to be eliminated by immune cells. But with aging, these senescent fibroblasts can set up smart strategies (i.e. immunoevasion) to elude the immune system, spread harmful signals and progressively affect the fate of the tissue. A dedicated study conducted by SILAB reveals a significant accumulation of immunoevasive senescent fibroblasts starting from the age of 60. An in vitro model of immunoevasive cells was developed and reveals the harmful effects of SASP accumulation on surrounding environment. It results in reduced functionalities of keratinocytes and melanocytes. Altogether, these results participate to better understanding of skin aging and open the way to the design of innovative active ingredients to improve skin longevity.IngrédientsLongevity, exosomes, cell communication, regeneration, senescenceSILABLaurie VERZEAUX
Sustainable Utilization of Phalaenopsis Orchid Extract for Anti-Senescence and Skin RegenerationPhalaenopsis orchid is an important economic flower in Taiwan. Collaborating with local farmers, we identified and developed patented varieties from over 300 types of orchids. The process, from tissue culture in the lab to transplantation to higher altitudes for flowering, takes approximately four years. However, during the summer typhoon season, transportation from the mountains becomes challenging, leading to potential loss and waste of unsold or unused flowers. To address this issue, we studied the properties of orchid flowers and discovered high levels of polyphenols and flavonoids. Through a special green extraction process, we obtained extracts that are non-irritating and non-sensitizing to the skin, with excellent antioxidant, anti-aging, and whitening functions. Further analysis identified three key active compounds. The aseptic reproduction of orchids ensures the consistency of active ingredient content, showcasing their potential in a circular economy and transforming ornamental flowers into valuable anti-aging skincare ingredients. This approach not only enhances the durability of cosmetic products but also optimizes resource utilization, aligning with sustainability goals in the cosmetics industry.IngrédientsPhalaenopsis orchid; Sustainable extraction; Anti-agingImDerma LaboratoriesHueymin LAI
Beauty and the Sea: Leveraging the Blue Economy for Sustainable Cosmetic FutureBeauty and the Sea is a captivating narrative, where we delve into the symbiotic relationship between the cosmetic industry and the blue economy, with a special focus on the promising landscape of the South of France.It's essential to recognize the profound impact of our industry on the delicate ecosystems of our planet, particularly our oceans. However, amidst the challenges, there lies a beacon of hope – the blue economy – offering sustainable solutions and opportunities for the longevity of the cosmetic industry.The blue economy presents a paradigm shift, emphasizing the harmonious coexistence between economic prosperity and environmental conservation. By harnessing the wealth of marine resources, we can revolutionize cosmetic innovation while safeguarding the health of our oceans.Beauty and the Sea is a captivating narrative, where we delve into the symbiotic relationship between the cosmetic industry and the blue economy, with a special focus on the promising landscape of the South of France.Now, let's embark on a journey to explore how the blue economy benefits the longevity of the cosmetic industry.Firstly, we delve into the rich tapestry of marine ingredients, sourced ethically and sustainably from the depths of our oceans. From nutrient-rich algae to rejuvenating seaweed, these natural treasures not only enhance the efficacy of our cosmetic formulations but also contribute to the preservation of marine biodiversity.Furthermore, biotechnological innovations open new vistas of possibility, enabling us to unlock the full potential of marine-derived compounds. Through collaborative efforts between industry and academia, we can pioneer groundbreaking discoveries that propel cosmetic science into uncharted territories.Yet, our pursuit of beauty must be tempered with a commitment to sustainability. Circular economy initiatives, such as recycling programs and eco-friendly packaging solutions, underscore our dedication to reducing waste and minimizing our ecological footprint.Now, let us turn our gaze to the azure waters of the South of France, a veritable haven for both marine biodiversity and cosmetic research and development. Here, amidst the Mediterranean splendor, lies an opportunity for global collaboration on new aquacultural projects.By leveraging the unique ecosystem of the South of France, we can cultivate a sustainable supply chain of marine ingredients, fostering economic growth while preserving the pristine beauty of our oceans.In conclusion, "Beauty and the Sea" encapsulates the transformative potential of the blue economy in shaping the future of the cosmetic industry. Through global collaboration and a steadfast commitment to sustainability, we can embark on a voyage towards beauty that transcends generations.TendancesBlue Economy, Blue Formulations, Blue Tech, Aqua Culture, Marine Beauty, Marine Ingredients, French EconomyCanadian Cosmetic ClusterMargarita SIDOROVA
Futura Gaïa x Shiseido : Unveiling wildlife mimicry through sustainable productionWildlife abounds in molecular diversity, leading to an incredible amount of ideas to develop innovative cosmetic ingredients. However, intensive wild harvest and climate change can lead to biodiversity damage and decreased volume availability generating shortage to fulfill the needs of industries. In order to address these problematics, Futura Gaïa has developed an innovative cultivation system to produce cosmetic plants in controlled, pesticides-free and sustainable conditions. After the first year of partnership with the worldwide known company Shiseido, both partners will be exclusively unveiling the first results of their collaboration.TendancesBioinspiration ; Biomimicry ; Sustainable ; Ingredient ; Activity ; InnovationFUTURA GAIA TECHNOLOGIESAmelie THOMAS