Autumn is here again, and promises to be a very special time this year. For Groupe Lemoine is celebrating 30 years of innovation, 30 years of researching and developing new products in order to support, create and often exceed the expectations of health and beauty consumers.
After a few weeks on holiday in Corsica, Brittany or further afield, combining relaxation, friends and family, autumn can be a real challenge.
Autumn means new classes and also new trends! Alongside the satchels, rucksacks and pencil cases, this season’s make-up is bright and peppy, with new packaging and colour trends that express strength and calmness, according to Pantone…
Nowadays beauty is experienced in comfort mode, in terms of how products are used as well as the active ingredients in their formulas. We bring you the lowdown on this trend, which adds a touch of softness and comfort to everyday life.
To keep skin looking peachy, it’s not enough to just put on make-up well. The secret of “flawless” skin lies in a step that’s often overlooked: make-up removal!
Originally launched by the big agri-food companies, personalised packaging has become an underlying trend that’s now spread to the cosmetics and perfume business… Here’s the lowdown on this “one to one” marketing phenomenon.
“It doesn’t take everything to make the world, it takes happiness and nothing else.”
Paul Eluard was right. More than ever before, we are seeking interior balance.
You have to be resourceful to win over juniors, and brands are innovating in terms of packaging, colours, shapes and even names.
Four sociological trends, four colour universes. We live in a multi-faceted, complex, and sometimes contradictory society. At the same time, it wants to be…
More compact, smaller, more precise: health and beauty product packaging is becoming simpler and more practical to fit in with new beauty routines. And to top it off, it is becoming more ecological too! A little tour of innovations in 2014
Formerly the realm of the initiated, natural cosmetology is now everywhere, including in supermarkets. This fundamental trend is encouraging manufacturers to widen their ranges with new ingredients and increasingly technical products.