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Female skin health – a hormonal skin cycle challenge

When thinking about female skin health, I do not only see myself as a professional who has been working in the cosmetics industry for a long time, but first and foremost as…

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CBD, endocannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, what are they all about?

In the cosmetic industry, Cannabidiol (CBD) is, seemingly, on everybody’s mind. Independent of potential regulatory challenges and the marketing aspects of CBD, an important question remains: is there a benefit to the…

The skin microbiome – not a trend, a movement

The cosmetic market is awash with literally hundreds of skincare brands. Each and every brand tries to be different from others so that it can find its niche and be commercially successful….

We care about our products

What makes a good product? Theoretically speaking, a good product solves a problem or satisfies a demand. The product itself must be useful to the buyer or consumer. But your product will…

The modern way of scalp care

Our hair has a decisive influence on how we are perceived by others. We perceive full, shiny hair as well-groomed and an indication of health. To care for hair and keep it…

Climate change matters

Climate change is a topic that affects us all. It is a big worry for people and the effects are already noticeable.  Since 1880 the average yearly temperature, worldwide, has increased by…

Scalp microbiome: There is more to it than meets the eye

Our skin is colonized by billions of bacteria and fungi. Thousands of microbial species have found a habitat on and in our skin. The surface of skin is heavily colonized as well…