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LATAM Beauty Brands Profile

LATAM Beauty Brands Profile: Men's Grooming.

By Simon Pitman

The men's grooming and natural trends have both seen huge growth in the LATAM region in recent years. Here we look at a selection of products that combine both trends, brought to us by the Mintel Global New Products Database.

LATAM companies at in-cosmetics Global, in photos

LATAM companies at in-cosmetics Global, in photos

By Simon Pitman

Latin American companies left a big mark on the show floor at the recent in-cosmetics Global event in Paris. In this photo gallery we bring you some of the highlights and tell you what those businesses were highlighting.

The multiuse trend spells opportunity and headaches

From The Editor's Desk

The multiuse trend spells opportunity and headaches

By Simon Pitman

The in-cosmetics Global event is always a major platform for new and emerging trends. And plenty of new trends were in evidence at the Paris event, but one in particular caught my eye – the move towards multiuse or multipurpose products.

Latin America beauty market rethinks its approach to water

Latin America beauty market rethinks its approach to water

By Simon Pitman

In Latin America changing weather patterns and pollution have had a significant impact on urban water supplies in recent years, putting pressure on beauty and personal care brands to become a part of the solution, rather than the problem.

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Khiron and Dixie brands JV targets Latin America

By Simon Pitman

Leading Colombian/Canadian CBD cosmetics player Khiron has teamed up with US-based Dixie brands in a venture aimed at expanding the CBD cosmetic category in Latin America.

LATAM Beauty Brands Profile: H la Cosedora Nail Art

LATAM Beauty Brands Profile

LATAM Beauty Brands Profile: H la Cosedora Nail Art

By Simon Pitman

Nail art is a rapidly growing trend in the Latin American market and Colombian player H la Cosedora is riding the wave by embarking on a regional expansion of the business.

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Costa Rica agrees to drop tariffs on Korean cosmetics

By Simon Pitman

The governments of Costa Rica and South Korea have signed a trade agreement that triggers the Central American Free Trade Agreement between the two countries, dropping tariffs on Korean cosmetic imports.

What does soil health have to do with the Cosmetics Industry?

From The Editor's Desk

What does soil health have to do with the Cosmetics Industry?

By Simon Pitman

A huge body of scientific evidence makes it hard to deny that pollution from the agricultural industry has contributed significantly to global climate change, but what might perplex some is how this is connected to the cosmetics and personal care industry.