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The acquisition aims to help Kao further build its presence and the presence of its professional hair care brands in the New England area of the U.S.
The e acquisition of StarAsia provides Coty with an established distribution platform to sell its mass brands in key developing markets in the Southeast Asia region.
Unilever currently owns 52.48% of the company, looking to up that amount to 75%.
With its new Cosmetics & Toiletries USA report available, Kline & Company is surveying the U.S.'s beauty industry as primed for acquisition activity.
The acquisition of ICP's brands will extend L'Oréal's knowledge of the market and its reach in Kenya and provide a regional manufacturing base for expanded operations.
Nancy Mills writes, “...a growing number of smaller cosmetic and toiletry companies are contemplating, developing, and/or executing exits. As such, 2013 portends to offer even greater deal flow as many companies look to invest in new growth opportunities.”
Swander Pace Capital has purchased the mineral-based beauty brand.
Following the successful completion of the tender offer, a wholly owned subsidiary of Valeant will merge with Obagi.
The acquisition helps Sun & Skin Care Research broaden its reach in the sun care marketplace.
Lornamead owns and manages a portfolio of traditional and heritage U.S., German and U.K. personal care and beauty brands, such as Finesse, CD, Aqua Net, Yardley and Lypsyl, across hair, body, skin and oral care product categories.