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Natural and Organic Beauty Had a Very Big Year

Natural and organic products now comprise more than 6% of personal care product sales in North America.

Kao Gets Customizable

The Japanese cosmetics company will use customers’ unique genetic information to create bespoke skin care offerings.

[update/interview] Olay Brings Its Latest Innovations to CES 2019

Personalization is not a benefit; it is an enabler for a better consumer experience.

Firmenich Fine Fragrance Adds 9 Perfumers

Armand de Villoutreys, president, perfumery and ingredients, noted: “Our leadership in fine fragrance is anchored in the passion, creativity and innovation of our perfumers … I look forward to seeing how our new perfumers, guided by our masters, will make their mark in the world of perfumery.”

Premier Group Acquires License to Derek Lam Beauty

The multi-year partnership will include the creation of a premium line, as well as an expansion of the 10 Crosby Street Collection.

Pam Busiek Discusses Tariffs, Testing and More

The ICMAD president and CEO sat down with Cosmetics & Toiletries at BeautyPress Spotlight NYC.

US Prestige Fragrance Sales Up 8% Ahead of 2018 Holidays

Led by holiday shopping and demand for new brands, the U.S. fragrance market sales have reached $2.7 billion in 2018.

Symrise Takes on Curls and Color

SymHair Shape & Color aims to tame volume and frizz, promote a memory effect in curls and protect colored hair from fading.

[gallery] CoverGirl Opens New York Flagship

The brand hosted a VIP party to celebrate the opening of the Times Square store, which features digital experiences and the brand’s entire range of products.

Men's Care, Environment Drive Personal Care Ingredients Market

The market is anticipated to increase with growth drivers, including more offerings for men and increased disposable income around the globe. However, product cost may hamper growth.

[video] L’Oreal and Gjosa Collaborate on a More Sustainable Rinse Shampoo

The duo teamed up to rinse shampoo with only 1.5 liters of water, compared to the standard 8 liters, in response to the growing global water crisis.

Unilever’s Dermalogica Sues Target for Unauthorized Selling

The skin care brand filed a complaint with the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Western Division. In it, they allege that the retailer has been selling unauthorized versions of its products online and in-store to thousands of customers.

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