Recent in Markets & Trends (page 19 of 41)

Meeting Perfume at the Crossroads With The Institute for Art & Olfaction

The Institute for Art and Olfaction (IAO) offers an intimate space for one to explore fragrance and develop a personal language with fragrance.

L’Oréal Paris Named The World's Most Valuable Personal Care Brand

L’Oréal’s brand value increased by 2% to $23.9 billion over the last year after developing and following successful strategies to build loyalty and become more consumer centric.

Nivea Announces Launch of New Progressive Web App

"It's great to see Nivea joining a collection of other forward-thinking companies around the world who are building Progressive Web Apps to give their users the best possible experience on mobile web."

Anisa International Celebrates 25 Years of Creating Beauty Tools

“It is the friendships and partnerships I have garnered over the years that have given my company the support and encouragement to keep going."

Cold Pressed: Not Just for Juice Anymore

OZNaturals launched a new cold-process formulation method to eliminate the need for heat and harmful chemicals. OZNaturals is slowly working to manufacture its entire product line to cold-processed skincare

Skin Care Trends Drive Hair Care Growth

Latest trends, plus global market figures.

5 Things to Know about the Beauty Care Market in the Middle East and Africa

Despite economic challenges, the region boasts strong growth leaders and has enticed new investments from both global multinationals and local players.

U.S. Hair Care: New Growth, New Benefits

The rise of skin care-inspired claims, more targeted products and rapid innovation are changing the hair care space.

What Omnichannel Looks Like at Ulta, Walgreens and Cos Bar

Who is the omnichannel shopper, what do they want, and how are beauty retailers and brands responding?

Philip Kingsley Takes Hair Care to the Next Level

PK4 Dietary Supplements by Philip Kingsley offer protein-rich nutrients in an oral supplement formula.

By the Numbers: Amazon is the Leader in Online Personal Care Sales

In the first quarter, Amazon owned $1.3 billion of the $80.6 billion U.S. health and personal care market. While the overall segment shrunk by 1%, Amazon grew 30%.

U.S. Prestige Beauty Sales Rise 4% in the First Quarter of 2017

According to NPD figures, top growth areas included eye makeup, travel-sized makeup, home scents and face primers.

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