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Strategist discusses mitigating uncooked materials dangers in sustainable cosmetics manufacturing

As lately shared by Zion Market Analysis, “the worldwide marketplace for pure and natural cosmetics had a price of roughly USD 21.48 billion in 2023,” and “it’s projected to achieve round USD 37.44 billion by 2032, with a compound annual progress price (CAGR) of about 7.19% from 2024 to 2032.”

With shopper demand hovering for more and more sustainable cosmetics choices, producers are left to navigate the perfect practices to supply, formulate, and produce merchandise to fulfill their wants – leaving corporations open to legal responsibility points surrounding impression shifting and high quality assurance.

To discover these points and extra, CosmeticsDesign interviewed Polina Dekhtyar, Senior Sustainability Strategist at Boston Consulting Group firm Quantis, for her insights.

CDU: Are you able to share some transient background about your skilled expertise, the corporate, and your relationship with the cosmetics and private care product industries? ​ 

Polina Dekhtyar (PD)​: I’ve spent a lot of my profession on the intersection of enterprise and sustainability. I’m obsessed with enabling extra sustainable consumption and manufacturing fashions for the merchandise we devour day-after-day, and lately, I’ve been notably centered on the cosmetics and private care {industry}.  

After spending a number of years in technique consulting, I joined Estee Lauder Corporations, the place I labored on inside transformation and company advertising and marketing initiatives. I wished to work extra instantly on addressing the sustainability challenges within the sector, so in 2022 I joined the Cosmetics and Private Care staff at Quantis (a Boston Consulting Group firm), which is a specialised sustainability consulting agency that guides among the greatest corporations on this planet of their sustainability journeys.

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