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Innovation in raw materials at Korea show


The upcoming in-cosmetics Korea event will be a perfect introduction to market-leading, innovative raw materials, formulations, fragrances, lab equipment, and testing/ regulatory solutions for formulators in Korea. The only exhibition for cosmetic materials in Korea, in- cosmetics Korea 2021 will open at COEX Hall C, Samseong-dong, Seoul, for 3 days from July 14 to 16. With areas such as ‘The


‘Innovation Zone’, visitors will be introduced to new trend-leading materials and attendees will be given opportunities to acquire new knowledge and insight on marketing trends. In addition, visitors will have the benefit of a wealth of technical seminars, the one-day online formulation lab,


access to the latest raw materials, and much more. Originally, the exhibition was planned in June 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was delayed for 2 years and is finally held in July this year. The exhibition will draw keen attention from formulators, researchers, and R&D experts as it will provide ideal opportunities of networking and businesses, giving them the ability to discover new materials’ textures and colours as well as conducting meetings directly with material suppliers, and delivering insight into new trends through a variety of education programs. Advance registrations of visitors


will proceed until July 12 at 6 PM. The entrance fee for those who


register onsite is 10,000 won, but those who register in advance can enter the exhibition hall free of charge. For more details visit the official website of 2021 in- cosmetics Korea (https://www.in- cosmetics.com/korea/ko-kr.html)


Sustainability report released


CPL Aromas has launched its 2020 Sustainability Report and the summarised Sustainability Impact Report, detailing the progress made on the road to the company’s sustainable goals, in line with the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. CPL Aromas’ CEO, Chris Pickthall, said: “After a challenging 2020, it is great to see what our team has achieved on the sustainability front. These successes motivate us to achieve our 2030 Sustainability targets. To reflect our commitment, last year we incorporated the need for a Sustainable Mindset as one of our ingredients for success, in our renewed Brand Principles”.


The reports reveal CPL’s


achievements during 2020 related to their four focus areas: protecting our environment, caring for people, delivering responsible innovations and committing to ethical sourcing. Charlotte Purcell, group


technical director in charge of driving sustainability in CPL, said: “2020 was a challenging year


for everyone, but it was also a year in which we drove our sustainability goals further as a team. We achieved some milestones ahead of time, but we know there’s much still to be done. Our reports highlight where we have been doing well, our areas of opportunity and highlights the road ahead”.


Honour for company founder


Dr. Muhammed Majeed, founder of the Sami-Sabinsa Group, was named the Father of Indian Nutraceuticals Industry with an honorary award presented on the occasion of ASSOCHAM’s virtual conference. The Associated Chambers of


Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) is an organisation of over 300 Chambers of Commerce and trade associations with the mission to impact the policy and legislative environment to foster balanced economic, industrial and social development in India. “ASSOCHAM proudly


acknowledges Sami-Sabinsa Group’s Founder & Chairman, Dr. Muhammed Majeed’s, innumerable contributions towards shaping the Indian Nutraceuticals industry” said Meenakshi Sharma, Assistant Secretary General, ASSOCHAM. “In presenting him with the Father of Indian Nutraceutical Industry award, ASSOCHAM recognises and honours his rich experience that he has so magnanimously shared with the wider community of industry and other relevant stakeholders. Dr. Majeed’s unwavering commitment to the Nutraceutical industry is exemplary.”


“I’m honoured to receive this


recognition from this esteemed organisation,” said Dr. Majeed. “Since 1988 my life has been dedicated to building upon the knowledge of Ayurveda, to share its gifts with humans across the globe. It’s gratifying to have made a difference in the world.”


Innovation awards for two actives


Provital’s natural active ingredients Wonderage & Senseryn have been awarded with the BSB innovation prize.


The jury of the German


consulting agency described their well-ageing active Wonderage (1st prize winner in the ’Actives/Raw Materials’ category) as a “modern, creative, and promising approach


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addressing the growing demand for anti-aging products that support emotional wellbeing”. Derived from monk fruit, also known as the fruit of longevity, Wonderage balances epigenetics of skin to enhance natural radiance of mature women, impacting on their emotional well-being, performance that was measured with Artificial Intelligence.


It is a natural well-ageing ingredient with an holistic approach as expressed in its slogan: Beauty is not the key to happiness, happiness is the key to beauty. Also, Provital’s Senseryn won


the 2nd BSB Innovation Award in the ‘Natural/Raw Materials’ category. A natural active ingredient that improves the quality of life


of sensitive and reactive skin with a new scientific approach: sensocosmetic. This is our own senses taking care of our skin’s wellbeing through the activation of its sensory receptors. An innovative mechanism of action that goes hand to hand with a local and ethical supply chain to respond to transparency and safe beauty claims.


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