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Beauty has always been about self-expression and individuality, and with the rise of the genderless beauty trend, cosmetics companies are taking notice. Today, Adonis Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of beauty and personal care products,Learn More
"Private label products have always been a cost-effective and efficient way for beauty brands to get their products to market," said Hannah Palese, a spokesperson for Adonis Manufacturing. "However, in the post-COVID skincare world, private label products are more important than ever.Learn More
In the world of beauty, lipstick trends change every season, and this spring is no exception. From bright and bold hues to soft and natural shades, there is a color for everyone.Learn More
In order to combat the effects of aging, it’s important to look for skincare products that work to plump and hydrate the skin. With this in mind, here are the types of products you should be looking to add to your daily routine:Learn More
A good skincare routine is the foundation of any make-up look. Gift sets that include cleansers, toners, moisturizers, and other essential skincare items are a great way to show your appreciation for their beauty routine.Learn More
Serum: To really give your skin the best possible conditions for repairing itself during the night, add a serum to your PM routine. Serums penetrate the skin at a deep level, delivering key ingredients far below the skin’s surface.Learn More
One of the most significant changes our skin undergoes is in our 30s. This is a time when our skin begins to lose collagen at a rate of around 1% per year. This loss leads to decreased elasticity and the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.Learn More
Adonis, a lead manufacturer of private-label beauty products, is speaking out about the issue of greenwashing in the beauty industry. The company believes that while many brands are quick to boast about their sustainability efforts, they are not doing enough to back up those claims by selling environmentally-friendly products.Learn More
Ginger contains compounds called gingerols and shogaols that have anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds can help to reduce redness and irritation in the skin, making it a great ingredient for those with sensitive or acne-prone skin.Learn More
Repeated nose blowing leads to dry patches around the nose, which can progress into sore, red skin. To help you take care of this delicate area as you recover from your symptoms, we’ve put together a list of products that can be used when your skin is raw from a coldLearn More
Many often conflate oily skin with moisturized skin. However, even if you suffer from an abundance of natural oils, it’s still important to moisturize. Many products used to treat oily skin - and conditions such as acne that this skin type is prone to – actually dry out the skin.Learn More
In general, avocado oil is made up of around 62% lipids, which include monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. The oil penetrates the skin’s natural barrier more effectively than other plant oils, such as almond oil. As a result, it’s a more efficient moisturizer, especially for people who suffer from dry skin.Learn More
A key component of many skincare products, hyaluronic acid is a humectant, a molecule that retains moisture. It has the unique ability to hold 1000x its weight in water, making it somewhat of a dream for skin that needs hydration.Learn More
Alcohol is a common ingredient in many skincare products, as it can help to dissolve other ingredients and provide a refreshing, astringent effect on the skin. However, alcohol can also be drying and irritating to sensitive skin. It can strip the skin of its natural oils, leading to dryness, flakiness, and even breakouts.Learn More
Hydrated skin and minimal make-up are set to dominate beauty trends this winter, says US-based cosmetics manufacturer Adonis. While the ‘minimal make-up’ trend has come and gone a few times in the pastLearn More
The celebrity beauty business is booming with a growing number of high profile beauty mavens launching their own beauty ranges. New entries this year alone include Scarlett Johansson, Courteney Cox, Gwen Stefani, Kim Kardashian, and Idris and Sabrina Elba.Learn More
Fast absorbing body lotion: While you might be able to get through the summer months without moisturizing your body, the arrival of winter may tell a different story.Learn More
Anyone who was around in the Seventies is probably having a sense of déjà vu looking at some of the hottest haircuts of the season. The shag and its variation, the wolf cut, are back in fashion - and cosmetic manufacturer Adonis is offering tips on what products are needed to style one’s hair.Learn More
The best way to counter the effects on the cold air is by investing in the right skincare products. This means looking out for ingredients that are proven to help fight dry patches. To help you perfect your winter skincare routine, we’ve put together a guide to the ingredients you should be looking out for.
Which ingredients will rid us of wrinkles and plump our skin? We’ve put together a short guide covering the ingredients you need to look out for when curating your anti-aging skincare routines.Learn More
From serums and ointments to creams and lotions, plenty of products contain retinol, the wonder ingredient that is associated with claims of wrinkle reduction and youthful glow giving properties.Learn More
How do fermented skincare ingredients work?
When a skincare ingredient is fermented, it makes the natural ingredients more powerful, as it increases the density of the nutrients. It also transforms the ingredient into a substance that is more easily absorbed by the skin.
Chemical peels help to improve the appearance of acne scars, by removing the top layer of skin. The new skin will be smoother in texture, and dark spots should appear lighter.
With the holiday season nearly upon us, late nights are bound to become a more frequent occurrence. Unfortunately, there are downsides to burning the candle at both ends. One is the arrival of dreaded under-eye circles.Learn More
While the aging process is entirely natural, and indeed beautiful, there are a few things we can do to whip our skincare routine into shape, to help give our skin a more youthful glow. To help you make the switch to a wrinkle-busting skincare routine, we’ve put together a quick guide.
Dehydrated skin can affect you all year round, or during specific seasons and weather conditions. Regardless, treating dry skin is imperative if you want to look and feel your best.
But with the myriad of skincare products out there, how do you know which to choose if you want to give dehydrated skin that burst of moisture it so desperately needs?
Finally, it’s time to address your crowning glory: Your locks. You’ve pampered yourself from top to toe during your spa experience at home, but don’t forget your hair. A good hair mask will help to resolve any issues you have, from dry, split ends to frizz to lank and thin hair.Learn More
When it comes to walnuts and skincare, you may not think they are a natural fit at first glance. While fragments of walnut shell were used as an exfoliant in older skincare productsLearn More
One mention of the word enzyme, and we’re getting flashbacks to high school biology lessons. While we know enzymes serve a purpose in our bodies, what exactly are they doing in our skincare products?Learn More
In this article, we’ll be taking you through the science of skincare and how much of each skincare product you should use to maximize its benefits.
Every product is formulated with an intended ‘dosage’ in mind. This is how they make their claims on the differences it will make to your skin and how quickly you will see results.Learn More
If you’re not out tanning, spending your day in the blazing sunlight, or saying goodbye to your summer holidays, you may think SPF is not so much of an important step in your skincare routine anymore.
But, you’d be very wrong to think like that!Learn More
Retinol is a vitamin that is part of the vitamin A group. It is often used in skincare products as it’s effective at stimulating collagen production. And as we all know, it is collagen that keeps skin looking plump, smooth and firm.Learn More
It’s almost fall so that means it’s nearly time for pumpkin spice and all things nice. But aside from everyone’s favorite Instagrammable coffee, what does that mean for the makeup colors everyone is going to want to be wearing this season?Learn More
With cooler weather and cozy autumnal vibes fast approaching, one thing you may not have started to think about is how you will switch up your skincare and makeup routines for the new season.Learn More
Winter beauty trends are among our favorites; unlike summer when minimal is the best way to go when you’re sweating in the heat, during winter you can really play around with your makeup – and not have to worry about it sliding off.Learn More
You may already be familiar with oils such as rosehip, coconut, or coconut oil, but you may not be as clued-up on one of 2022’s buzziest oils – sea buckthorn oil.
Here’s more on the skincare world’s new favorite ingredient, what’s so great about it and whether your skin needs it.Learn More
Normally, oily skin is characterized by having a shiny, or greasy-looking t-zone – which is the area around your forehead, nose and chin.
You may also notice that you have enlarged pores and are more prone to acne and breakouts when you have oily skin.Learn More
In the world of social media, it has become the norm for users to post ‘shelfies’ that feature bathroom shelves overflowing with products.Learn More
Using a range of complementary hair products can improve the health of your hair, which will make it look much shinier and radiantLearn More
The order you apply your skincare products is extremely important as it allows for each product to be fully absorbed by your skin.Learn More
If you want to keep being creative with your makeup, without taking up too much space on your shelves, here are some space-saving multi-use makeup products that everyone needs.Learn More
Cleaning your face every evening is extremely important. This helps to remove any makeup, dirt, grime, or sweat from your face which can be other common causes of breakouts.
It may seem that a lot of the most popular beauty trends come out of France, from bright red lips and minimal makeup to one of the more recent trends, hair glossing.Learn More
If you’ve been noticing that your hair is becoming frizzy, dull, breaking, or more prone to split ends, these could all be signs that your locks are in need of some serious moisture.Learn More
You may want to reach for the glowing makeup products, but faking a youthful complexion all comes down to the skincare regime that you follow.Learn More
Many experts will tell you that ingredients like retinol and acids are great for improving the tone, texture, and quality of your complexion.Learn More
Known as a beta hydroxy acid, salicylic acid is one of the most popular acne-fighting ingredients.Learn More
The growth in popularity of skin, hair and makeup products is putting unprecedented pressure on beauty brands trying to keep up in an already-saturated market.Learn More
All the marketing speak and clean myths can be hard to understand, so in this article, we’ll be debunking clean beauty and whether these products really are better than anything else you can buy on the market.Learn More
Situated in an 80,000 square-foot facility in Corona, California, Adonis Manufacturing’s chemists and technicians have been formulating some of the best-selling skincare products for over 50 years.Learn More