Amorepacific Group has partnered with the Korea Resource Circulation Service Agency (KORA).
New Zealand’s Environmental Protection Authority has announced a ban on forever chemicals in cosmetics that will come into force by 2026, potentially making the country the first to outlaw PFAS.
The European Union has drafted a regulation that, if formally adopted, will require cosmetics manufacturers to cover some 80 percent of the cost required to tackle the pollution caused by microplastics.
Kao has revised its Action Policies on Conservation of Biodiversity via its newly published Action Policy on Biodiversity. The J-beauty firm will continue to actively engage in biodiversity conservation and restoration as well as take actions that help nature regenerate.
SK Chemicals has announced that it has signed a letter of intent with The Estee Lauder Companies to supply circular recycling solutions.
Garnier and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation have announced a multi-year partnership to support the survival of the world’s largest coral reef system.
AmorePacific scooped the Market Trailblazer award at the RE100 Leadership Awards, held during Climate Week NYC.
L’Oreal has announced that not only will it comply with the Philippines’ Extended Producer Responsibility Act but go above and beyond the government-set targets. To that end, the manufacturer of Maybelline has partnered with PCX.
Watsons has announced a partnership with Kenvue, L’Oréal and P&G. The collaboration will leverage the collective expertise of the AS Watson-owned beauty retailer and its supplier partners to amplify the impact of their sustainability initiatives.
Shiseido is investing one billion yen in the CHITOSE Group’s MATSURI project to support the growth of a sustainable microalgae industry in collaboration with CHITOSE BIO EVOLUTION PTE. LTD.