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Premium positioning complements Unilever's existing portfolio; acquisition is expected to close in May 2015.
Uneven skin is a common complaint for women today. However, treatment for uneven skin will differ depending on the underlying causes. A clinician assesses common concerns for women relating to evenness of skin tone, providing insights on creating products that better address those concerns.
The natural look trend, according to Datamonitor Consumer, is here to stay, and that means the beauty industry needs to figure out how to enhance the “imperfect” beauty of every person rather than unify everyone under the same standard.
New focus on sculpting is expected to inspire women to make additional purchases in the color cosmetics market; increased investment in the category can provide a surge in retail value sales, and contouring claim is beginning to expand beyond color cosmetics.
NuFACE recognized for its advanced technology, steady stream of new products and ideas, and for unique strategies to evolve the business model and anticipate consumer needs.
Initiative debuts at the 2015 Las Vegas show in cooperation with Sniffapalooza; facilitates one-on-one introductions of innovative beauty brands to forward-thinking retailers.
Beauty sales declined 14%, but increased 5% in constant dollars; strengthening of the U.S. dollar impacting of foreign currency in reported results.
Elizabeth Arden's net sales down 17.2% compared to the prior year quarter; company cites decline in sales of celebrity fragrances and lower level of new product innovation.
The NPD Group presented its 2014 Review of U.S. and Global Beauty Sales at the “Hot Off The Press” Event; report shows that today's consumers are seeking experiences, challenging the beauty industry to go beyond the products to fulfill the sense of experience.
Burt's Bees lip and face-care products and additional marketing for the brand contribute to double-digit gains in the company's natural personal care division.