When consumers find a flavour that they truly love, it earns brand loyalty and encourages positive word of mouth. As 2017 continues, there are three specific flavours that are expected to grow in popularity and attract more consumers to discover new favourite products. Read More
A culmination of factors over the last few years have undeniably led consumers to seek and demand products with ingredient labels that offer total transparency with companies in food and beverage development using natural ingredients.
Neem oil's strong history in Ayurvedic medicine immediately lends neem a sense of credibility with consumers. It is the perfect time for beauty and personal care companies to capitalise on neem oil as the newest and most reliable natural ingredient. Read More
Customer demands in the beauty and personal care categories have evolved significantly in the last few years. More than ever, customers are seeking products that offer safe and natural ingredients that meet customer needs without posing chemical or toxic threats. Read More
Rising demand for chemical-free personal care products, along with increasing disposable income, it is important to consider how you can develop new products or reformulate to incorporate natural ingredients into existing lines, to meet this growing demand. Read More
Pain relief using natural ingredients including essential oils and natural extracts can be highly effective. With their strong anti-inflammatory properties, natural products can help to ease pain and reduce swelling associated with injury or arthritis. Read More
Natural ingredients for oral care products is not a new concept. When you look at the oral hygiene sector, you’ll find that almost all toothpastes and mouthwashes use Peppermint and Spearmint as the primary flavouring agents and the smell of Clove oil reminds many of us of the dentists office. Read More
Shea Butter has so many different uses and properties it can be hard to work out which one is best for you. Rich in oleic and stearic acid; the oleic acid as a softening agent in creams, lotions and lipsticks. The stearic acid content gives shea butter it’s texture and melting properties. Read More