It’s not uncommon for consumer-facing publications, beauty blogs, or activists to voice disapproval of US personal care regulations, but this Sunday the online new site Business Insider joined in the chorus.
Cosmetics Design caught up with Mintel analyst Vivienne Rudd to find out what is going on in the massive Brazil market. And despite the economic downturn, it seems that sun care, hair colorant, deodorants and the men's grooming category will continue to offer manufacturers opportunities.
The company’s L'Oréal For Women in Science program, now in its twelfth year, is granting $60,000 to each of five post-doctoral scientists to support ongoing research in a spectrum of disciplines.
A team of scientists from Henkel, in collaboration with the University of Manchester, have developed a novel method to study various types of hair damage related to different chemical treatments, based on the movement pattern of hair tresses.