Trends in 2015 and looking ahead to 2016

Top-hitting trend articles in 2015 and looking ahead to 2016

Top-hitting trend articles in 2015 and looking ahead to 2016

In our final post of 2015 the Cosmetics Design team is bringing you a selection of the biggest trends that we have covered over the course of the year, as well as trend projections for 2016.

Here is the selection of articles, which you can link to simply by clicking on the header:

This video takes a look at what Cosmetics Design believes will be the defining elements for the cosmetics and personal care industry during the course of 2016.

There’s been a lot of talk about indie brands during the course of 2015, mainly because they are setting the pace for the rest of the industry, and this trailblazing should only gain momentum in 2016.

The organic market has been showing promise for years, but has really come into its own recently, thanks to the enhanced production and certification methods highlighted in this article.

Naturals have set an example to the industry and raised the bar on the formulation front. This article points out the ten biggest ways this category is impacting the industry right now.

Biotechnology has been increasing its mark in just about every area of this industry and in this article we show the impact it is having on fragrance ingredient development.

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