Health has regained its status as the number one priority. As people become increasingly aware of the need to protect themselves and their loved ones from physical and emotional threats, the efficacy and competence of products and services are more important than ever before. In 2022 and beyond, we will welcome the resurgence of science, expertise and data.
Join us as we explore these shifting consumer priorities and the new meta- and non-meta opportunities for beauty and wellness businesses.
You can buy tickets for just £80, or join The Future Laboratory community and get inside access to our full programme of online events taking place in 2022.
Header image: Photography by Victoria Ling for The Future Laboratory
Overview image: Adidas’ Impossible Is Nothing campaign
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Members of our trends intelligence platform LS:N Global also get exclusive access to our Beauty, Health & Wellness Futures 2022 trend report, launching on the day of the event.
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Olivia Houghton, senior creative foresight analyst, The Future Laboratory
This online event will take place from 2:00pm to 3:00pm BST. Join us for a global overview of the beauty, health and wellness landscape, an executive summary of our new macrotrend, and exposure to the minds and experts behind the trends.
There will also be a live Q&A session hosted by our experts and opportunities to network with other attendees.
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Kathryn joined LS:N Global in the spring of 2018 as its deputy editor of content, having originally worked as a senior writer within The Future Laboratory’s strategy team. With a background as a writer, editor and consultant in the luxury sector – specifically fine jewellery and watches – Kathryn is our resident luxury specialist. She also works on LS:N’s fashion content and leads its Opinion section, commissioning both internal and external viewpoints.
Olivia joined The Future Laboratory in early 2018 and is responsible for leading research to identify and visually communicate global trends across various lifestyle sectors. Contributing regularly to publications including Cosmetics Business, Vogue, Departures and Financial Times, Olivia is known as The Future Laboratory’s go-to expert for consumer trends in Beauty, Health & Wellness.
Lottie is an educator in skincare and massage therapy. Her special interest is in promoting inclusivity in the beauty and wellness space, aiming to ensure that the needs of increasingly diverse populations are fully met. Lottie is making an impact in this area through her current role as Head of Learning at skincare brand Haeckels. Based in Margate, she has developed Haeckels Academy, a beauty school opening in Summer 2022, with the values of inclusivity, sustainability and community at its heart. Lottie has a decade of experience treating clients and teaching beauty courses. She has been at Haeckels since 2019, starting there as a spa therapist.
David is the CEO and founder of Tiny Associates, a brand offering a new generation of post-natural skincare products. He is also chairman of the board of Kind to Biome, the mark of quality for skin microbiome-friendly cosmetics and personal care products. Before founding Tiny Associates and Kind to Biome, David worked as a management consultant in Seoul, South Korea. He holds an MSc in Business Administration from Korea University.
As a material alchemist and the science editor-at-large for Dazed, Lauren founded The Unseen in 2014, with the ambition of applying material science to improve lives. Her work has been exhibited worldwide and has inspired material innovation and user experience in the automotive, aeronautics, technology, healthcare, retail, fashion, textiles and beauty sectors. In February 2017, Lauren released Fire, the world’s first colour-changing hair dye, and in 2021 launched direct-to-consumer beauty offering The Unseen Beauty. She is a self-styled explorer of the unseen, inspired by the curiosity to reveal to the world what it cannot see for itself.
With this year’s events programme in full swing, and with a wide range of new microtrends and macrotrends, we wanted to ensure that our members and attendees are getting the most out of their experience, and that doesn’t just come from working with us but with each other too. And so The Future Laboratory Community was born.
Members of the community get access to all four 2022 online events, including Beauty, Health & Wellness Futures, as well as weekly news updates, live Q&As, Lunch & Learns and the opportunity to network with other community members and our in-house experts.