Hygiene is a key beauty concern. Rather than using the synthetic chemicals found in drugstore products to care for skin, Biophile uses a natural biological process and repurposes it for skintellectuals and beauty consumers who want to take a more natural approach to healthy glowing skin.
As businesses reopen post-lockdown, employers have a greater responsibility than ever to look after employees’ health. At the same time, the BLM protests have honed people’s attention on the effects of systemic racism. So, how might the events of 2020 redefine ideas of a safe workplace?
As Britons increasingly look to limit their consumption of single-use plastic, they’re turning to plastic-free ways to stock their bathroom shelves, which means the once-maligned bar soap is making an unlikely comeback. With eco values on the brain, what does today’s solid soap shopper want?
As anxieties around COVID-19 have segued into a deeper and more consistent malaise, a longing for simpler times has caused some people to reshape everyday behaviours around comforting goods and long-established rituals. How is this sense of nostalgia impacting beauty and wellness habits?
The social media era has made it easy to discover skincare products, yet while influencers and media outlets champion various high-priced and hard-to-find items, a growing number of TikTok users are turning to their local drugstore. Why are ‘skintellectuals’ snapping everyman brands?