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Hello Bello Launches Gummy Vitamins for the Entire Family

Hello Bello now offers nine varieties of gummy vitamins formulated with mostly organic and natural ingredients.

Confessions of a Rebel Expands Line of Gender-fluid, Data-driven Scents

The two fragrance additions will include Love High (a fruity, woody scent) and Almost Single (a spicy, woody scent).

CEW UK and Landsec Announce Pop-Up Partnership

Beginning July 2019, CEW members will be able to register interest for select Landsec locations, for an opportunity to access their audiences. Landsec will select from a shortlist of businesses and brands it believes will offer the best experiences to shoppers within the respective destinations.

Swimmer Beware: The Ocean May Mess With Your Skin Microbiome

The skin microbiome is altered by swimming in the ocean, recent findings suggest—opening the door to potential opportunities for personal care applications to fortify beach-goers' skin barriers.

The First Look at Lady Gaga's Haus Laboratories

Each collection includes one of each of the brand's self-expression tools along with a reusable clutch.

Tinted Lip Balm by Lady Burd Cosmetics Inc.

Tinted Lip Balm from Lady Burd Cosmetics Inc. provides lips with vitamin-rich moisture and a sheer hint of color.

Boundary-breaking Makeup

Inclusion is driving growth segments in color cosmetics.

Kinfield Offers Range of Plant-based Outdoor Essentials

Kinfield's range of outdoor products includes Sunday Spray, Golden Hour repellent and Waterbalm.

BGS Kids SPF 50 by Black Girl Sunscreen

Created for children of color, Black Girl Sunscreen's BGS Kids SPF 50 is a moisturizing sunscreen for face and body.

My Black is Beautiful Launches Hair Care Collection at Sally Beauty

"The My Black is Beautiful line of hair products was inspired by the 2.6 million women in our online community who have evolving and diverse beauty needs."

[Nielsen Data] Inside the Rapid Growth of Private Label Brands

"Brands find themselves in a tight spot between niche disruptors and private label, and only the most innovative will win the omnichannel battles ahead."

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