Today, all beauty products that fashion enthusiast use are derived from labs. And industry analysts argue that biotech’s integration with the beauty industry will transform the industry once and for all. However, an important point that these experts highlight is that today’s fashion is futuristic. In other words, fashion enthusiasts are more intrigued by the innovative fashion of the future. Kim Kardashian, the beauty mogul, asserts she has what she calls a “Future Alien Barbie” view of fashion.
What she means is that she is more interested in the innovative fashion of the future – instead of the past. Likewise, Bella Hadid, another beauty queen of our time, also has a futuristic view of fashion. For the Paris Fashion Show event, Hadid wore dresses that were literally glued to her body. Looking at her attire, one can not help but wonder if the dress is simply sprayed on her body. That is how futuristic the fashion industry has become.
Similarly, if you go through fashion stars’ Instagram pages, you will wonder if you are in outer space. The point is that the traditional taste in fashion has gone now. Today, fashion icons are more inclined toward the future and are intrigued by what is coming next in the fashion industry.
Thus, this is where biotech comes into play. Organic beauty essentials are rarely used by fashion icons. Instead, they opt for lab-driven beauty products to enjoy a futuristic fashion style. Perhaps it is the rise of Meta and social media that are demanding that fashion icons be more inclined toward the future. And fairly so, they are not leaving a single stone unturned.
According to Kupra Koestline, a U.S.-based clean cosmetic chemist, what most people consider all-natural ingredients are made through biotechnology. “Every fashion and beauty product is made by biotechnology,” the clean cosmetic chemist argues.
There is No “All-Natural” Beauty Product, Cosmetic Chemists Argue
Kupra Koestline explains that sodium hyaluronates and lactic acids are not purely natural. Sure enough, they come from plants or plant cells. But to make the end product, they go through a scientific process of bio pharmacy.
Furthermore, she argues that hyaluronates and lactic acids are just one tip of the iceberg when it comes to the making of beauty products. Almost all beauty products are made with biotechnology, she asserts.
Based on the current beauty industry shift, experts have a crystal ball that the “futuristic” view of fashion will lead to a biotechnological transformation of the fashion industry. The future of the beauty industry will be more sustainable – than ever before – with the help of biotechnology. Since lab-driven beauty products are more environment-friendly, this transformation will help our planet’s sustainability.