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The antioxidant properties of microalgae help protect the skin from oxidative stress caused by environmental factors such as pollution and UV radiation.
It’s similar to Vitamin C, another ingredient that’s packed full of antioxidant properties too. These two ingredients both help to strengthen the skin’s natural defenses against external stressors which leads to a healthier complexion.Learn More
Next, we have salicylic acid, which is a beta-hydroxy acid (BHA). BHAs are known for being a great light exfoliant for the skin, penetrating deep into the pores, and effectively dissolving excess oil and dead skin cells.
By dissolving the debris that clogs up your pores, salicylic acid helps prevent new blemishes from popping up and tackling any existing ones.Learn More
Serums with glycolic acid offer concentrated treatment for specific skincare concerns. Whether targeting hyperpigmentation, fine lines, or uneven texture, these serums deliver a potent dose of glycolic acid directly to the skin.
Normally you’d use them as part of a nightly skincare routine so it can get to work while you sleep, and you only need to use them a couple of nights a week.Learn More
The call for sustainability extends beyond product formulations to the very packaging that houses your beauty products.
Clean beauty enthusiasts want to buy products that use recyclable, biodegradable, or reusable packaging.
Brands are responding by adopting innovative packaging solutions, such as using glass, metal, or bio-based materials. The goal is to reduce the environmental impact of beauty product packaging and offer consumers a guilt-free way to indulge in their skincare and beauty rituals.Learn More
To get in on this trend, we recommend looking into aromatherapy-infused skincare, stress-relief beauty tools, and mindfulness-enhancing makeup. You can also show your commitment to self-care in your marketing materials by emphasizing the importance of taking time for oneself, promoting self-love, and encouraging mindfulness.Learn More
Premiumization often involves cultivating an air of exclusivity around your launches. You can do this by offering limited-edition releases, collaborations with renowned artists or designers, and exclusive partnerships with influencers or celebrities.
This exclusivity not only adds a collector's appeal but also creates a sense of urgency and desirability among consumers for your products. This drives demand for your product lines and reinforces your premium positioning.Learn More
Social media platforms like TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube have become powerful tools for information sharing and activism. If your brand isn’t on social media, you could be missing out on some of these important conversations happening online.
It’s important for brands to actively engage with their audience on these platforms, demonstrating their commitment to sustainability, ethical practices, and social responsibility.Learn More
A lot of beauty consumers care a lot about sustainability, and see natural ingredients as the eco-friendly option.
Cultivating and harvesting plants for skincare products can have a lower environmental impact compared to the energy-intensive processes involved in synthesizing chemicals.Learn More
Tea tree oil combats bacteria and is an effective odor-neutralizing agent. It also has a naturally pleasant smell, that provides a natural alternative to synthetic fragrances that can be harsh on the skin.Learn More
Finally, the integration of new digital technologies marks a significant shift in the household products market. Smart factories are leveraging technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), data analytics, and real-time monitoring to create a connected and intelligent manufacturing ecosystem.
Within our factories, we now have real-time monitoring and predictive maintenance which optimizes efficiency, minimizes downtime, and guarantees the overall effectiveness of the machines we use to make household products.Learn More
You may think that AR and VR won’t help in manufacturing, but we’re seeing more brands starting to use them for training, maintenance, and design visualization.
AR and VR technologies assist in training new personnel and enable technicians to visualize equipment malfunctions and receive step-by-step guidance for repairs, minimizing downtime.Learn More
GMP also covers the raw materials used in beauty product formulation. It insists that you use the highest-quality ingredients possible that are safe and well-tolerated.
To prove that your ingredients follow these rules, you’ll need to conduct thorough testing or have evidence from your manufacturers that proves that they have completed all of the required testing for you.Learn More
The FDA has the Voluntary Cosmetic Registration Program (VCRP), an online platform where brands can register their business and ingredient information. It’s not mandatory, but we’d recommend brands to participate as it shows your commitment to transparency and consumer well-being.Learn More
Dopamine, a neurotransmitter crucial in our brain's reward system, plays a role in our mental well-being which makes us feel happy or confident.
Dopamine isn't just activated by basic rewards; our senses—sight, smell, touch, taste, and sound—play a pivotal role. Which is why a rich, hydrating cleansing cream or a fruity lip balm can trigger the dopamine release and make us feel our best when using beauty products.Learn More
The shift towards scalp friendly formulations
Fortunately, many brands out there are starting to shift towards using more scalp-friendly formulations. They’re focusing on ingredients such as tea tree oil, which have antibacterial properties that can soothe the scalp and help alleviate problems like dandruff.Learn More
With pollution rates across the country on the rise, it’s not just the health of our lungs that’s suffering. Our skin is also taking a hit from the many pollutants that surround us.
But why does pollution have such an adverse effect? Well, when the skin is exposed to pollutants, free radicals are produced on the skin’s surface. After a while, the level of free radicals on the skin becomes too high for the skin’s natural defense mechanisms to cope with, and oxidative stress occurs. This leads to signs of premature aging, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation.Learn More
Born between 1981 and 1996, millennials have had their fair share of bad luck. Having witnessed the economic downturn in 2008, they’re not so keen to splurge.
However, when it comes to cosmetics, they’re really looking to get the most for their money. Affordability, results, and sustainability are three of the main things millennials look for in their cosmetic purchases. As a cosmetic brand, this means you’ve got to go the extra mile with your products.Learn More
While our body produces collagen naturally, there are ways to get more of it into our bodies. For instance, you can ingest collagen from dietary sources such as fish skin or chicken skin. The consumption of bone broth has also been shown to help with collagen production.Learn More
You might have heard the term free radicals being chucked around in the skincare world. But what, exactly, does this mean? Without getting too science-y, they’re unstable atoms that cause damage to our bodily cells.
Essentially, free radical molecules have an electron missing from their outer shell. Therefore, they’re always on the hunt for other atoms or molecules with which they can pair to make them stable. This process leads to oxidative stress, which weakens cells.
Gone are the days when ingredient lists are as long as our arm. Since 2004, the number of ingredients per product has dropped. In the coming year, we can expect this trend of “less is more” to continue. It seems that minimalism is becoming more and more popular as consumers become increasingly concerned about the effect of chemicals on our health.Learn More
In recent years, there’s been a marked rise in the popularity of metallics as an ingredient in skincare products. From silver face masks to gold-infused eye-creams, metals are sneaking their way onto our bathroom shelves. However, the trend doesn’t end with gold and silver. Copper peptides seem to be popping up in products with increasing regularity, especially in anti-aging lotions and potions. Let’s take a closer look at why this is.Learn More
Express treatments showcasing quick results: In a world increasingly focused on convenience, express treatments that deliver quick, visible results are more popular than ever. To appeal to a target audience that’s looking for rapid results, create a series of “quick fixes” that highlight the effectiveness of your skincare products. Offer treatments that make use of products such as a rejuvenating peel or an intense hydration mask. Treatments like these will cater to clients with busy schedules, such as those looking to fit in a quick bit of “me time” during their lunch break.Learn More
We’re a US-based company, and so we work in accordance with rigorous US regulations. Adhering to quality, safety, and environmental standards is central to our manufacturing processes. Our facility is compliant with the US FDA, and it’s also GMP certified.Learn More
Another benefit of this method of testing is that it can be used to ascertain how a product behaves when under stress. This will give the manufacturer an idea of how the product will perform in subpar storage conditions, which is crucial information if the product is destined for markets where conditions are dissimilar to those in the country of manufacturing. For instance, if a product is manufactured in the USA but destined for a country with a hotter climate, accelerated stability testing will uncover whether or not the product will be able to handle the warmer conditions.Learn More
Here at Adonis, we have more than 50 years of experience in creating world-class formulas for top global brands. If you’re interested in learning more about our white labelling services, then don’t hesitate to reach out to speak to a member of our team.Learn More
Our skin is home to a variety of microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses, and these compose the skin’s microbiome. The presence of these microorganisms is crucial for protecting our overall health, as they’re part of the physical layer protecting our insides from the outside world.Learn More
Sunscreen: One of the most important products for sun protection is sunscreen, and you should endeavor to use it every day, even when it's cloudy. Look for a broad-spectrum sunscreen (this means it protects against UVA and UVB rays) with an SPF of 30 or higher. Remember to reapply every two hours if outdoors, especially after swimming or sweating.Learn More
It’s well known that citrus fruits are high in vitamin C, which is an antioxidant that prevents premature signs of aging and hyperpigmentation, and brightens the skin tone. Put simply, it’s a bit of a skincare ingredient powerhouse. Plus, the accompanying scent, such as orange, is a welcomed addition to a spa product.Learn More
As the cost of living rises, private-label products provide a way for brands to sell affordable products by cutting out the costs associated with in-house manufacturing. Given that the products have already been formulated, they can be delivered to the end customer faster.Learn More
Retinoids: Retinoids is an umbrella term encompasses many specific ingredients, including retinol and retinoic acid. Retinoids have long been the gold standard in anti-aging skincare. Derivatives of vitamin A, and retinoids achieve a number of anti-aging goals. They increase cell turnover and promote collagen production, all whilst reducing the appearance of dark spots. As a result, skin is more even-toned and smoother. Some people find that retinol can be too harsh, so the formulation of the product is key. This is especially pertinent with anti-aging skincare, as older skin tends to be thinner, and thus more fragile.Learn More