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Out With the Mold and in With the New

Helping protect against mold, bacteria and yeast, Schülke&Mayr GmbH launched euxyl K 940, a liquid cosmetic preservative. This ingredient was created with global approval to be utilized in a range of formulation types.

BASF Revamps Personal Care Sustainability

BASF is making sure to improve the sustainability of its personal care portfolio, focusing on palm and palm kernel oil ingredients.

Smart Mirror Ups the Connected Beauty Game

Augmented reality apps face a unique adjacent technology: SimpleHuman's Sensor Mirror Pro Wide-View.

Taking a Pause ...

GCI's newsletter will return May 31, following the US Memorial Day holiday.

Vogue Starts Bidding War

Numerous companies have already submitted first-round bids for Vogue International, which could end up valuing Vogue between $2.5 and $3 billion.

VHS Gets New Shelf Life as Pop Art Fragrance Packaging

Think retro VHS tapes are a bygone to the landfill because of video streaming? Not exactly. One perfumer is re-using them for fragrance packaging.

CCA Industries Touts New Name and Logo

CCA Industries unveiled their new corporate identity along with a new logo and name, "Core Care America".

Permira Drives More Private Equity Money into Beauty Care

The announcement follows Brynwood Partners' sale of High Ridge Brands to Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, a deal valued at $415 million.

Is Pink Beauty Packaging Making a Comeback?

It's time to think pink. There has been a genuine revival and resurgence of pink, according to Icma, a paper and card packaging company that has researched the color.

Is the Beauty Industry Listening to Multicultural Consumers?

People of color face difficulties in finding the right products, creating both frustration and new innovation opportunities for brands and retailers.

The New Face of Multicultural Beauty

Consumer attitudes, marketing strategies and brands’ awareness are driving a more dynamic, inclusive beauty industry.

Celebrating the Souls of Beauty Icons

Yes, you can teach an old brand new tricks: heritage brands strike a delicate balance between the old and the new by honoring their DNA while pursuing innovation.

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