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According to a new Beauty by the Numbers infographic from The Benchmarking Company, consumer and clinical claims almost can't be overestimated when it comes to beauty products.
Aiming to target beauty industry needs “from formula to full service for perfumery and cosmetics," Luxe Pack Monaco announced a new event segment—Luxe Formulation, which focuses on standard or customized beauty formulation, packaging, filling, full service, private label brands and all associated services.
Already a hot claim in the food and beverage industry, “gluten-free” is making inroads as a popular beauty option now too, according to Mintel.
Mary Kay is acting as the official beauty sponsor of the thirteenth season of the fashion-focused reality show Project Runway.
The company saw organic revenue growth of 5% compared to 2013, with growth in the U.S. and Asia while European sales demonstrated resilience despite a challenging environment.
Underlying sales grew 3.7%, with emerging markets up 6.6%, while underlying volume growth was up 1.9% and price was up 1.7%.
A Kline Blogs post shares category hot spots and standout products for the at-home beauty devices market, as well as what skin care concerns consumers are eager to address with this type of product.
European-based sales for the company climbed over 30% for the fragrance company, while U.S.-based sales faltered a bit, dropping 4.7%.
Private equity investment firm Encore Consumer Capital has invested in nail care-focused brand Butter London with a focus on bringing greater growth.