Sara Vincini

Sara Vincini

Sara is a freelance copywriter and translator with over 12 years of experience. She specialises in sustainability, diversity, and inclusion. At re/sources, Sara manages the sponsored content.

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Geka is releasing a fully recycled PP mascara packaging: A long-expected innovation

Released at Cosmopack Bologna 2024, GEKA developed a recycled PP for primary packaging, which is food-contact approved for suitable and safe use in cosmetics. Made of at least 95% recycled PP plastic, this new material opens up new opportunities for the cosmetics industry, with makeup products at the forefront. We


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More conscious tools of the (beauty) trade – How biobased sponges can transform the beauty routine with Taiki

In the world of cosmetics, sustainability is not just about greener packaging and natural formulations. More and more, consumers are starting to demand better, more responsible solutions in the area of accessories, too. Makeup tools are a great example. Typically, makeup sponges, puffs, and brushes are produced using substances with


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Consumer & Sustainability Perceptions 2024: Southern Europe

Our Consumer & Sustainability Perceptions 2024 report is part of a series of reports that explores how consumers view beauty and sustainability around the globe.  This report spotlights four countries in Southern Europe (Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece). It includes consumer data and insights as well as highlights local beauty


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New packaging solutions serving the growing hair care segment

There's no doubt that the hair care industry has undergone a huge transformation in the past few years. Today, it represents the second-largest cosmetics market after skincare, offering an ever-expanding range of products and solutions to suit all hair types and needs. While the largest segment of the


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Skinification, Scalp care, and Sustainability: An overview of the top 3 hair care trends

Hair care is the second segment of the beauty and personal care market, after skincare, and is rapidly growing with a +4.3% annual growth (CAGR) between 2020-2024, approaching nearly $94 billion today. Attention to health, skinification, product heritage, and scientific background are the elements that will provide the backdrop


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New launches and developments from Lumson

Lumson, Italian supplier of technical and high-performing packaging solutions for the cosmetics industry, recently showcased several innovations in lipstick and makeup, alongside new glass and aluminium solutions with sustainability and versatility at their core. Currently, Lumson’s lipstick portfolio includes 14 solutions/ranges that embody versatility, technical and productive know-how,


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Waste Not, Want Not - How Matsos Transforms Fashion Waste into Luxurious Cosmetics Caps

It’s no secret that the fashion industry has its own challenges when it comes to pollution and waste, especially when looking into fast fashion. It is estimated that 92 million tons of textile waste are produced annually globally, which makes up around 7% of the world’s total amount


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Unveiling a new generation of all-natural and upcycled silicone alternatives with Greentech

In order to answer consumer concerns, the beauty industry has been working hard to reduce harmful effects of ingredients on the environment, as well as avoid toxicity concerns related to human health. More and more brands are turning to natural alternatives to remove controversial substances in beauty, cosmetics, and personal


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A new cosmetic active sourced from conservation agriculture, or how Expanscience is expanding on the meaning of sustainable beauty

In late March, we attended the Expanscience seminar in the preamble of InCosmetics global that will be held in Paris in mid-April, where they announced a new cosmetics active. In the past few years, conservation agriculture has gained increasingly more traction in the sustainability discourse, and with good reason. Soil