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Supplier reports record first quarter results for 2016.
By acquiring $9 billion in revenue via P&G brands, Coty is poised to become a top player in several beauty categories.
Net earnings were $265.6 million, compared with $272.1 million last year. Excluding the impact of foreign currency translation, net sales increased 6%.
L’Oréal has partnered with Hello Tomorrow Challenge 2016 to support scientific startups in the areas of wellbeing and beauty.
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The new center is expected to open in 2019, and will use new design and collaboration technologies to stimulate creativity and interaction between different functions and teams in flavor and fragrance, spanning from organic chemistry to flavor creation and application science.
Shiseido announced it will undergo a complete brand innovation in 2016, with a focus on travel retail.
Clariant showed improved sales and increased profitability for the first quarter of 2016.
Aptar Beauty + Home GS lotion dispenser is pumping up Live for Tomorrow's (LFT) Clean Mitts Hand Soap.
Starting May 21, zinc oxide and potassium hydroxide will be OK for use in cosmetics and personal care products under certain new European Union guidelines.
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.