New data published by the American Chemistry Council this month shows that the US specialty chemicals market is improving, since taking a record dip in April. But only 3 industry sectors saw a Y/Y increase last month.
The newly founded collective has announced an equity ownership partnership with Yellow Beauty, a brand that holds turmeric as its hero ingredient and the imperative to end child marriage in Bangladesh as its mission.
The beauty retailer already offers US consumers an installment payments option in partnership with Klarna, a Sweden-based bank and financial services company. Now, a deal with Paybright brings that same financing option to beauty consumers in Canada.
IOFI and IFRA, the industry bodies for the flavour and fragrance sector, have launched a new Sustainability Charter. The sectorial approach ‘establishes a framework, sets a bar and raises everybody’, representatives from the two organisations tell us.
On Wednesday, the fragrance maker announced having signed a strategic agreement with Divabox, the company that owns the Origines-parfums beauty ecommerce platform. It’s an investment deal that brings e-retail to Interparfums.
Coty’s move to acquire a 20% stake in Kim Kardashian West’s beauty line KKW will enable it to leverage the power and buzz of personality-driven cosmetics – especially important in the face of ongoing COVID-19 challenges, says GlobalData.
Following numerous postponements, Reed Exhibitions has announced in-cosmetics Global, in-cosmetics North America and in-cosmetics Latin America will no longer take place in 2020, setting 2021 dates for two of the shows.
Thanks to a deal with Amerikas Beauty Distribution Services, over 50 products from the personal care brand—known for formulas featuring propolis, honey, beeswax, royal jelly, and bee-pollinated plant extracts—will soon be available here in the States.