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A healthy diet, detoxing, yoga, sustainable living – people’s aspirations towards a holistic lifestyle are also placing demands on the cosmetics industry. Consumers are increasingly calling for natural ingredients such as hemp seed oil, niacinamide, matcha and other superfoods. So is it just hype or a real trend that’s emerging?…
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Clean Eating, Clean Tech, Clean Beauty! Sustainable thinking has arrived in the cosmetics industry as well. As a society, we are facing huge challenges with regard to climate change, environmental protection and critical consumer behaviour. And the same is true for the cosmetics industry.…
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The idea that there are billions of microorganisms living on our skin repulses most of us. But it is this very microbiome that protects our skin against the factors that cause environmental stress. That is, if it is intact. The new prebiotic* called Black BeeOme™ keeps this extremely fragile microcosm in balance.…
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Development laboratories, test tubes, bottling machines, production halls – all these elements showcase the Mibelle Group’s expertise. We adopted a different approach in our new corporate movie. The result is a veritable declaration of love for life. During an initial workshop with the Mibelle Group’s General Management team and film agency Seed, we discussed the new corporate film’s direction, using Simon Sinek’s “why-how-what” communications model.…
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Twice the production volume for half the operating expenditure: the Mibelle Group has taken another, decisive step towards the industrial future with Quattro, the new production equipment for shampoos, shower gels, etc. Quattro offers our customers even greater flexibility, precision and product safety.…
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Wallet, keys, smartphone – and off you go! For most people, these are the three most important items to take with them when out and about. Imagine they’re all superfluous because they’re stored on a chip. Under your skin. For most of us, quite a gruesome prospect.…
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In my first blog post I talked about personal resilience and how individuals can increase their resistance. But what does resilience mean for an entire organisation and which factors strengthen it? Resilience is an individual’s or an organisation’s resistance to increased internal or external pressure.…
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Microplastics are very small pieces of plastic that are commonly used in cosmetic industry products, such as facial scrubs and makeup. Whilst some are visible to the naked eye, others are a few micrometres. Conservationists warn that they can affect the growth of fish and other aquatic animals.…
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Thanks to a unique vocational education and training system, Switzerland has a very low rate of youth unemployment. An apprenticeship provides a promising start to a career. For the Mibelle Group, the 50 apprentices we are currently training are an important success factor for our future.…
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All living organisms follow an internal rhythm regulated by blue light – the blue wavelengths in sunlight. This mechanism has been identified in bacteria, plants, insects and also in humans. And researchers are constantly discovering interesting new connections.   Inside our bodies and in every cell, biological clocks are continuously ticking away that tell us whether it’s daytime and we should be active or whether it’s night-time and we should be sleeping.…
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