In 2020, skincare, self-care, clean beauty, and probiotics are all quite buzz-worthy in the beauty marketplace. And while TULA Skincare fits into all of those categories, the brand hopes to direct consumer attention elsewhere with a new empowerment movement...
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Next month, the multinational health and CPG company is launching a series of webinars highlighting Black expertise and innovation in the skin health industry, and, in a separate initiative will award scholarships to early-career women STEM professors.
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.
This year’s awards event was truly global albeit virtual. Thursday, the Foundation announced the winner in 25 categories, celebrating the best of the best in fine fragrance, home fragrance, indie fragrance, and more.
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.
This summer, the company behind brands like Oribe, Jergens, Bioré, and Molton Brown moved into the University of Cincinnati’s 1819 Innovation Hub to better connect with local STEM talent and collaborate on the future of beauty.
The international cosmetics, personal care, and wellness awards program is known as a discovery platform for retailers and consumers as well as for being independent from advertiser or sponsorship support.
Late last week the US Food and Drug Administration warned consumers about the serious risks of consuming sanitizer and the packaging and flavors showing up in the marketplace that up the likelihood of ingestion.
Last week FedEx Express Canada announced 30 small businesses receiving grants under the company’s new #SupportSmall initiative, a program to help small business across that country survive the Coronavirus economic recession.