Articles by Cherie Buziak
Friday, July 06, 2018
A lot goes on behind the scenes in the world of beauty when it comes to bringing a product to market. But just how does that item develop from an idea to a finished product? It takes a team, and there are a few ways. But they all depend on the visions and goals of the company launching the brand and the role of the marketing beauty product developer. The marketing product developer is a key player, the creator and the liaison between internal teams.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
A growing area of scientific research in skin health is the skin’s microbiome. For the most part, the beauty industry has been able to easily define new technologies in their personal care products and how they benefit skin at a cosmetic level. However, the skin’s microbiome is a bit more complex, and this ecosystem is still being studied. The findings are proving to be more interesting and intriguing than how cosmetic technologies have been discovered and introduced in the past.
Thursday, June 07, 2018
What's the common factor between walking briskly down the street to your next appointment, running on your favorite trail or sleeping restfully at night? It’s exposure to pollution, and it's inescapable. We face pollution whether it is day or night, or if we are inside or outside of our homes and buildings. When it comes to our bodies, our lungs are our best built-in defense against pollution, but skin is the largest organ of the body and the first contact with pollutants. We need personal care products to prevent, protect and repair our bodies from pollutants.
Friday, May 25, 2018
New product concepts, technologies and innovations were shown off May 15-16 at the New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists' (NYSCC) Suppliers Day held at the Javits Center in Manhattan. This two-day event featured beauty industry suppliers of raw materials, ingredients, and cutting-edge technology. Here are three noteworthy technologies to keep your eye on as new personal care products come to market.
Friday, May 04, 2018
Ethical consumerism, along with the growing Muslim population, continues to push the boundaries of the appeal of halal certified beauty products. To better understand this untapped market, one would have to ask themselves, "What exactly does halal certified mean when it comes to personal care products?" Bringing clarity to this category was the New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists (NYSCC), who hosted an all-day event with qualified speakers on the topic.