At a benefit event in New York City last week, Linda Treska, founder of the waterless makeup brand Pinch of Colour, announced the launch of Blue Angel Charity, a nonprofit working in tandem with the brand to “combat the global water crisis.”
The world’s biggest beauty and personal care player has published strong full-year 2018 results, but whereas the figures show that new markets were generally strong, it Latin America was the exception.
The Canadian company got its start in the 1970s as a spinoff of a research initiative at the University of Saskatchewan and worked in partnership with several industries on a contract-services model. Now renamed KeyLeaf, the business will be focused squarely...
This week, the global consumer brands company (which owns Tom’s of Maine, Irish Spring, Lady Speed Stick, and other personal care brands) announced that Noel Wallace, currently COO at Colgate-Palmolive, will become CEO in April.
Volunteers from different parts of the beauty industry will visit the Central American country of Panama to demonstrate how indigenous populations can create a livelihood by making personal care products.
Amazon has reported that its third quarter sales for health and personal care products (HPC) in the U.S. were $1.7 billion in the third quarter and is expected to top this milestone figure in the fourth quarter.
Last week, Flotek Industries announced that it is selling the Florida Chemical Company to the Archer Daniels Midland Company for $175 million. For ADM, it’s an opportunity to bolster its flavors and fragrances business.
The luxury fragrance company Laura Slatkin founded 10 years ago is poised for international growth, new digital initiatives, and expansion into even more product categories. And Dempsey, who brings substantial industry experience to the role vacated by...
The personal care ingredient maker announced the deal late last week. By adding LEUNA-Tenside GmbH to the Vantage business, the company hopes to expand its specialty personal care offerings and grow its reach in Europe.
This week the Indie Beauty Media Group announced a multifaceted partnership with Germany-based beauty retail giant Douglas. It's the fourth retail partnership struck by the organization behind the—now global—Indie Beauty Expo events and the second...