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Amazonian Alliance Protects Acres of Brazilian Forests

Using three international companies, five years of development and a multi-million dollar budget, the Amazonian Alliance was created to offer rainforest ingredients without actually damaging the environment.

Lindal Group Hires Matthias Woelk as Global Operations Director

With 20 years of experience in global operations for manufacturing companies, Matthias Woelk has been appointed as the new global operations director for the Lindal Group.

8 Ways Beauty Can Grow in 2017 and Beyond

What the recent buying history of Estee Lauder, L'Oreal and Unilever say about where future industry expansion will come from.

Oral Care Company, Dr, Fresh, Acquired by High Ridge Brands

This new venture will expand High Ridge Brands’ portfolio from personal cleansing and hair care companies and into the oral care category.

"Big Shot" Beauty Influencers Partner with Maybelline New York

Together, Gutierrez and Mitchell have 5.2 million Instagram followers and over 2 million YouTube subscribers.

Top Beauty Brands Among Influencers

Top 10 brands overall, top brands among micro-influencers and top brands by engagement.

Lessonia Eyes Microbead Replacements

As microbead bans are passed around the world, Lessonia, maker of natural exfoliators has named 2017 a crucial year to find an environmentally-friendly alternative.

A (S)eppic Acquisition of Serdex

With a turnover of €8 million in 2015, Serdex has joined Seppic to expand Seppic's portfolio of natural ingredients. Representing a market over €900 million, the global specialty active ingredients for cosmetics are quickly becoming a growing trend with natural active ingredients.

Turn Back Time: New Findings Suggest Science Could Potentially Reverse the Signs of Aging

It may finally be possible to turn back the clock. Using cellular reprogramming, scientists at the Salk Institute have found a way to reverse signs of aging.

Huntsman: Hello Surfactants Sale, Goodbye Debt

Huntsman Corp. sold its European surfactants business to Innospec Inc., helping to move forward with its debt-reducing efforts.

Revlon Is Cutting 350 Jobs Following Elizabeth Arden Acquisition

Through 2020, the company expects to generate "$140 million in annualized synergies and cost reductions."

Glansaol—Inside the Next Great Beauty Company

CMO Martine Williamson discusses the future of this entrepreneurial upstart, including future acquisitions.

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