All news articles for August 2015

P&G: tough times, lower spending, new era

P&G: tough times, lower spending, new era

By Simon Pitman

Procter & Gamble is on course to emerge as a leaner and probably healthier business in the wake of selling off a $12.5 billion slice of its fragrance and cosmetics business to Coty.

material samples on display in the Material ConneXion library, a SANDOW company

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Cosmetics and Personal Care Packaging: material solutions

By Deanna Utroske

The physical properties of packaging material can have as much to do with the success of a beauty product line as the formulation, distribution, and marketing do. Design expert Leslie Sherr weighs in on packaging material options.

Luna cleansing brushes (image via Foreo)

Skin care device market shines bright

By Deanna Utroske

Andrea Van Dam, CEO, of Women’s Marketing, Inc., spoke with Cosmetics Design about how significant Hispanic women, crossover trends, and word-of-mouth marketing are for the category.


Unprecedented indie beauty event launches tomorrow in New York

By Deanna Utroske

Brand leaders, company founders, and industry experts take the stage Thursday in New York City for the first Indie Beauty Expo, and in addition to their presentations the event connects buyers, press and passionate consumers with leading independent makeup...