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Shannon Curtin, former Walgreens beauty VP, joins Coty as senior vice president.
Support for H.R. 4075, the Safe Cosmetics Modernization Act, is gaining momentum with recent backing from two U.S. congressional leaders, including a Democratic cosponsor. ICMAD applauds the move.
Aqua+ Skincare, a company specializing in anti-pollution skin care products, is now a member of ICMAD.
P&G expects sales to be down high-single digits in fiscal 2016, due to foreign exchange and the combined impacts of the Venezuela deconsolidation and minor brand divestitures.
BeautyKind's Regulation A+ Initial Public Offering (IPO) is now allowed investments from the general public to help support the brand's growth.
4/26/2016 | Rachel Grabenhofer, Global Cosmetic Industry
With 29 years of experience, IFSCC president Philippe Auderset, Ph.D., advises product developers, "Be crazy when you imagine new products.” But he's got more than crazy ideas up his sleeve. In this interview, he shares insights on the personal care industry of the future.
The company cited currency rates as a significant deficit, while hailing a positive product mix and volume gain.
Latest appointments point toward focus on digital-first consumer engagement and an acknowledgement that more than 60% of the brands' sales come from outside the United States.
Hiyah! Kick pollution away from skin with Sederma's Citystem. The active ingredient was introduced at in-cosmetics Paris. It was tested and the results proved the ingredient helps improve skin after four weeks.
Croda hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at its newest manufacturing site in France, signaling the start of their investment.