All news articles for September 2020

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Inter Parfums plans for COVID-19 recession recovery

By Deanna Utroske

With sales down nearly 40% year-over-year, the perfume manufacturer updated its 2020 financial guidance this month and shared insight into the company’s holiday expectations and ambitious plans for 2021.

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J&J invests in textured hair brand Sunday II Sunday

By Deanna Utroske

This month, the venture capital arm of Johnson & Johnson contributed to the brand’s seed financing round. It’s funding that will allow the D2C brand, specializing in active beauty for Black women, to reach more consumers with more products.

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Sederma launches a menopause skin care ingredient

By Deanna Utroske

The latest launch from this Croda beauty ingredient brand is a new skin care active called Feminage; and it’s right in line with the wellness and pro-age movements reshaping the way personal care products get formulated, marketed, and enjoyed.

Henkel production facility in Geneva, New York (photo courtesy of the company)

Dial soap invests $23 million to expand production in the US

By Deanna Utroske

Personal care product manufacturer Henkel, which owns the hygiene brand, announced plans to hire more workers and add new equipment and manufacturing capacity—for soap, hand wash, and hand sanitizer—at sites in both New York State and Pennsylvania.

Indie Beauty Profile Ada Polla, Alchimie Forever

Indie Beauty Profile

Ada Polla, Alchimie Forever

By Deanna Utroske

In her Indie Beauty Profile Ada Polla, CEO of Alchimie Forever, talks about bringing her family’s Swiss skin care brand to the US, the power of patience, and why her team stays focused on safety and efficacy even as clean beauty trends evolve.

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