With beauty retailer Sephora entering the Brazil market, and the rise of the internet giving reach to more consumers than ever before, Brazil could become a premium fragrance market for the future, according to Euromonitor.
For the third year in succession the Brazilian hair care market has displayed the strongest incremental growth globally and shows no signs of letting up, as some of the industry’s key players take an active interest in the market.
Organic Monitor, organizer of the first ever Latin America edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit, says a core focus of the event will be the growing importance of ethical and sustainable sourcing in the region.
With the professional hair care market in Brazil said to account for four percent of the global market, Zerran international reckons its vegan hair range has great potential for success in this thriving market, over others.
The International Finance Corporation and the Union for Ethical Bio Trade have forged an agreement at the Rio+20 that is likely to affect the sustainable sourcing of cosmetic ingredients in Latin America.
Hair care brands in Brazil are now targeting the previously ignored African Brazilian consumer segment according to market researcher Diagonal Reports, as rising incomes resulting in increased spending power and the importance placed upon appearance make...
California-based Amyris has received final approval from the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) for a R$22m ($11.6m) project financing facility for Amyris Brasil's first industrial-scale production facility for its Biofene product.
Filipe Sabará, business director at Brazilian natural and organic ingredients supplier Beraca, spoke to CosmeticsDesign about the importance of transparency in ethical sourcing approaches ahead of a presentation he is giving at the Sustainable Cosmetics...
As Latin America’s largest economy expands, cosmetics giant L’Oreal believes the country's hair care sector will help it to achieve its aim of doubling sales and adding 50 million new customers by 2015.
The organisers of this year's In-Cosmetics event claim that show
attendance rose 67 per cent in the first two days compared to last
year's event in Berlin - figures that were confirmed by the throngs
of people buzzing around...
Brazilian direct sales cosmetics player Natura is benefiting from a
booming domestic economy and renewed vigor for all things cosmetic,
having announced a big increase in its end of year sales and
A leading cosmetics retailer in Brazil has stepped up its
investment in its logistics system with the implementation of a
VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) network across 2,400 sites
throughout the country.
Euromonitor has published a timely report on the Brazilian
cosmetics and toiletries industry as Natura Cosmeticos prepares to
list on the Novo Mercado in the country's first IPO in more than
two years, writes Louise Sheridan.