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Coty Reports Quarterly Loss After P&G Merger

Coty reported a net loss of $304.8 million which is an increased from $31 million in the prior-year period.

Macy's Names Hal Lawton as the Company's New President

“At a time when there is both dramatic change and great potential in retail, I’m excited to be part of the team that will shape the future of the Macy’s brand and, along with it, consumer expectations of what a great omnichannel experience can be."

Tox Testing at the Speed of Light (Really)

Until now, testing chemicals for their toxicity has relied on reporter genes, which can take 24 hr to deliver results. A new approach from North Carolina State University, however, uses a modified protein that emits light when binding occurs—effectively signaling its safety.

Feelunique Reports Average Order Values Have Improved by 20%

"The beauty market is experiencing a significant consumer shift to online purchasing."

Blendtek and Fitoplancton Marino Announce Partnership

The partnership will supply Fitoplancton Marino's TetraSOD and Easyalgae Plankton-Extract.

Sundial Brands Debuts in the Top 10 Largest Black-owned Businesses in America

“Our purpose is ‘empowering people to live more beautiful lives,’ and we strive to do that each day through our Community Commerce business model, which develops communities through entrepreneurship, education and commerce.”

Dr. Pimple Popper Squeezes Viral Marketing Into Esthetics

Although she is better known as Dr. Pimple Popper, Sandra Lee, M.D., uses her skills as a dermatologist to share videos on social media of blackhead extractions and cyst removals to market and build her brand. Read more for an exclusive interview with the "pimple popper" herself.

New Smart Label Could Detect Cosmetic Spoilage and Contamination

These sensors were created under Silvana Andreescu, Ph.D. She and her team are currently working on paper-based devices that will change color as cosmetics and food products go bad.

Truth in Exposure: Disparity Dictates Product Safety

How often do you relax your hair? or color it? Clearly, some consumers are exposed to given products more than others based on preferences or practices. A new study points to this fact as a crucial component for regulators to consider when determining ingredient safety.

PURA Acquisition Anticipates High Marijuana Sales

As medical marijuana is growing in demand and becoming further legalized, PURA has acquired a 25-greenhouse marijuana grow operation to produce extracts for cosmetics and other industries.

Staying Active at in-cosmetics Global 2017

With a countless number of new launches and features on the in-cosmetics Global show floor, Cosmetics & Toiletries and Global Cosmetic Industry have selected a few notable themes to highlight. Here we present the latest active ingredient launches.

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