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SkinCeuticals Establishes Manhattan Clinical Spa

With the help of esthetician Klara Chrzuszcz, SkinCeuticals will open an advanced clinical spa inside Klara Beauty Lab to provide products for both in-office and at-home treatments.

Probiotic Skincare is Finding Success with Esse Skin Care Leading the Way

Probiotics are shaping up to be the next big thing in skincare and Esse Skin Care is leading the way thanks to new innovations. Adds Hemp Infused Beauty and Personal Care Products to Inventory

Arcis Resources Corporation has announced the launch of several hemp infused beauty and personal care products on

Lovr is On a Mission

Ethical and clean beauty gets a new e-commerce player.

Artistry Resynchronizes the Skin for New Luxury Products

"Innovation like this has elevated the Artistry brand to be among the world’s top five, largest-selling, premium skin care brands.”

The Ritualist Broadens Brand Partnerships

On-demand skin care service has added BeautyRx to its roster.

Tyra Beauty Launches New Skin Care Line

Tyra Beauty debuted four skin care products that can be sold individually or as a set.

Join the Club: Walgreens Rewards Its Beauty Enthusiasts

Program could reach 85 million members.

Active Derm Sells New Line of Skin Products Directly to Consumers

Products range from acne serums which aim to relieve mild to moderate acne, age spot creams that also protect against UV-damage, and a hair growth treatment developed for both men and women.

One Cleansing Oil; Three Times the Action

Helping both dry and normal skin types, Epicuren’s Silk Radiance 3-in-1 Cleansing Oil helps clean skin in three steps, leaving a supple feeling. While restoring hydration, this product also assists in reducing inflammation among other benefits.

What Neon Means

Paul Mitchell's sweet play for young women aged 15 to 20 presents a new direction for the brand, focusing on positivity, fun and simplicity.

Shiseido Joint Venture Focuses on Consumer Retail Behavior

Shiseido will hold 60% of the venture, while the other two organizations will each hold 20%.

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