Beauty consumers worldwide are demanding open and honest brand communication on product formulations and ingredients in a digital world strained by unreliable and biased information, says the deputy CEO of L’Oréal.
This week the drug store chain announced updates to its Chemical Policy. The most significant changes will affect food packaging, ethical certifications and free-from claims, and fragrance ingredients.
The personalised beauty space is morphing from expert-led to consumer-driven as people become accustomed to a do-it-yourself digital approach and this involvement is likely to stay, says an FMCG consultant.
In June 2020, the color cosmetics brand pledged to contribute $1m to help end social injustice. In late February 2021, Anastasia Beverly Hills fulfilled that commitment with a final instalment going to fund Black-owned small businesses.
TikTok has expanded its partnership with Shopify across Europe, giving beauty brands direct access to run and manage social media ad campaigns via the e-commerce platform – a move that will create buzz amongst a highly engaged and diverse mass of beauty...
This summer, a new series called Going Public will stream on Entrepreneur.com and across that publication’s social channels. Both accredited and non-accredited investors will have the opportunity to invest in companies appearing on the series.
In recent weeks, the 25-year-old hair brand announced new brand positioning, an updated brand name, and new packaging as well as a Strategic Review Process, which could lead to the sale of company assets.
CosmeticsDesign.com first reported on the ingredient supplier’s research around CBD derivatives and silicone gel elastomers following the 2019 SCC Annual Meeting and Technology Showcase. Now that research is a reality, with the launch of a personal care...