Biodesign company Geltor introduced its HumaColl21™ at the in-cosmetics Global trade show in Paris this March. Its groundbreaking beauty ingredient is a lab-grown version of human Type 21 collagen which, unlike other collagen products, involves absolutely no animal use.
Algenist, the breakthrough brand known for its high-performance algae-based skincare, announces the roll-out of its 100% vegan formula without any added animal or animal-derived ingredients. With a background in biotechnology, Algenist is dedicated to revealing the potentials of algae, one of the oldest and most nutrient-dense plants on the planet.
Childs Farm, producers of toiletries for babies and children, has announced it has received Cruelty Free International certification for its entire toiletries range. The entire range has also been certified with the Vegan Society logo, except a conditioner and hair detangler, which contain honey, reports Female First.
Fashion house Prada has announced that from its spring-summer collection, there will no future use of animal fur. No animal fur will be involved in any future designs, but existing items will continue to be sold. The ban extends across the brands Miu Miu, Church’s and Car Shoe.
Leading global barefoot shoe company VIVOBAREFOOT announced this week the launch of Primus Lite II Bio, the company’s most innovative sustainable shoe to-date and one of the world’s first plant-based performance shoes. The mission-driven brand unveiled the highly anticipated unisex shoe on the heels of independent sustainability research, which highlighted eco materials as a key factor in consumer purchasing decisions.
According to a new study, released by Fact MR, sales of vegan beauty products are expected to surpass US$ 3,500 Mn in 2019, up from US$ 3,352 Mn in 2018. This study analyses the forecast period 2018 to 2028 and finds the vegan beauty products market is projected to record a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 6% through to 2028.