Here is a round-up of the latest nutraceutical trends in Asia-Pacific, including the popularity of RTE hyaluronic acid jelly in Singapore, analysis on Japan’s Foods with Function Claims (FFCs) new product launches, and big brands’ take on nutraceutical...
Flavettes, a brand by Malaysia-headquartered Duopharma Biotech, is moving a step further into the health and beauty segment by incorporating well-known beauty ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, ceramide, and collagen peptide into effervescent tablets.
Shiseido believes that China’s ingestible beauty market has become stronger post COVID-19, and the Japanese beauty and skincare giant plans to double down on its efforts with the launch of a new beauty-from-within brand.
This round-up of developments in South Korea's nutraceutical industry features MFDS' increased inspection of imported krill oil products, Amorepacific growing its global green tea probiotics business, and a look into beauty-from-within trends...
Companies are still seeing opportunities in developing supplements that address the evergreen needs of weight management and skin protection, even as consumers tighten their purse strings and spend more on hygiene and immune health supplements.
The use of beauty-from-within supplements, or nutricosmetics, is becoming “more acceptable” to dermatologists, but more scientific and safety evidence is needed to encourage widespread use, says a veteran dermatologist.
German beauty gummy brand IvyBears has established its Asia headquarters in Singapore to boost business and distribution in Asia-Pacific and North Africa, on the back of its first regional launches in Hong Kong, Thailand, the Philippines and China last...
India’s dietary supplement and health foods retailer Fitday has detailed how it plans to offer new in-store services, including hair scalp and skin condition screening, as it embarks on ambitious plans to open 50 new stores nationwide.
Hong Kong-listed nutrition giant Health & Happiness has unveiled how it plans to expand its Swisse and Biostime brands globally, after unveiling full-year revenue growth of 2.5 per cent revenue growth.
A China nutricosmetics and skincare company Shawya has underlined its plans for this year, which includes upgrading the formula of its flagship whitening supplement brand Whiteasy and developing new product range, such as a sleep and anti-hair loss supplement.
Singapore-based health supplement brand Kinohitmitsu says consumers’ spending on beauty supplement, especially collagen, remained high amid COVID-19 as it saw double digit growth across all catgeories.
In this round-up of industry developments in China, we will look at beauty and nutrition consumption trends, how the country has become Asia’s probiotic powerhouse, and a new scientific research project linked to COVID-19.
A white paper on beauty and nutrition from Swisse focusing on the demographics in China found that consumers are most concerned with dark facial spots and the key determining factor for buying a product lies in the formula and active ingredients used....
Duopharma, the Malaysia pharma company behind the vitamin brand Flavettes, has outlined its strategies in growing the consumer healthcare business - including expanding the flagship brand across South East Asia and developing new immunity and energy products.
Newly-launched Australian supplement brand Kynd is donating an immunity product to a citizen in need for every product sold, with its founder hoping that consumers will appreciate the chance to help others while also improving their own health.
Provo, UT-based MLM NuSkin saw year-over-year revenues fall by 10% as a result of the continued regulatory pressure in China. The COVID-19 disease outbreak is expected to depress results even further in the coming year.
Twelve weeks of supplementation with hydrolyzed eggshell membrane may improve hair thickness and growth, while also improving facial skin appearance, according to a randomized, double‐blind placebo‐controlled study.
Blackmores has reiterated its commitment to China in the wake of weak full year results in the country, with its CFO telling us in an exclusive interview that it is determined to strengthen its presence in in-country retail, such as pharmacies, alongside...
The post-1995 generation, developments in the infant market, and the integration of offline and online sales channels are the up-and-coming forces shaping China’s health food industry, according to China’s health food commerce chief.
South Korean firm Xation is targeting South East Asia with its very first edible skincare and haircare brand, 241 Balance, prioritising Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand as its initial entry points in the region.
In our latest overview of market trends in APAC, China's online dairy sales have declined, while Australia's daigou sales for infant formula are soaring — much to the chagrin of local parents. Elsewhere, we look at new products in the beauty-from-within...