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lululemon Expands Into Personal Care With 4 Product Launches

"Over the years, we’ve heard from athletes, ambassadors, and our community that the transition from sweat into daily life requires some specific solutions."

Eurofragance Gets Celestial at Beautyworld ME 2019

An extension of its Nomad Saga (introduced at Beauty World Middle East 2018), Cosmic Nomad is described by the company as “a multi-sensorial mission to discover a celestial universe.”

On the Spots: La Roche-Posay Launches Effaclar Spotscan in Canada

The innovation utilizes artificial intelligence to offer personalize acne analyses, with an algorithm based on more than 6,000 images of people from around the world, evaluated by dermatologists.

Embracing Tech For A Bright Beauty Future

In his Marketing Trends presentation at in-cosmetics 2019 in Paris, Henry discussed the ways technology is influencing beauty and what lies ahead.

Victoria's Secret Releases ‘Bombshell’ Summer Fragrance

Created in collaboration with Givaudan, the scent features notes of grapefruit, black currant, lily of the valley and woody scents

The Top Indie Brands in France

Indie beauty brands are expanding at a rapid pace, with reports indicating that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) make up more than 80% of all cosmetic manufacturers in France.

At its First Story Retail Concept, Macy’s Wants You to Do Hue

Featuring hundreds of products from more than 70 small business brands—centered around Color, “a language we all share”—the narrative-driven concept shop will make its way to 36 stores in 15 states.

The Cosmetic Market Trends You Need To Be Watching

There are two main issues affecting the decline in the cosmetics market: an overall reduction in category engagement and a critical shift in attitudes towards deals.

Scent of a Woman—TPR Holdings Acquires Diana Vreeland Perfumes

The brand, which TPR is positioning in the “super-premium niche” market, did approximately $10 million in retail in 2018; TPR aims to grow that “substantially” over the next 3-5 years.

Rite Aid is the Latest Drugstore to Hop on the CBD Train

The retailer will start selling CBD creams, lotions and lip balms in more than 200 locations in Washington and Oregon beginning April 2019.

The Major Factors Expected to Catapult CBD Skin Care Growth Through 2027

Hemp-derived CBD skin care will continue to gather higher traction over its marijuana-derived counterpart.

Open Natural Labelling Association (ONLA) Launches

The independent body is dedicated to honest labelling of natural products; its first level of certification requires all ingredients be taken directly from nature, without any chemical or physical changes.

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