Personal care giant Colgate-Palmolive has seen net sales rise for the first quarter (Q1) of 2021, bolstered by a particularly strong surge in APAC, thus continuing its growth trajectory despite ongoing COVID-19-related volatilities.
Beiersdorf has continued on its positive growth path thanks to the weak euro’s current situation, lower costs, and rising sales of Nivea and Eucerin products; although it remains cautious after business slowed in the first half of the year in the Western...
At the sixth round of EU-US trade talks on a new trade and investment deal between the two continents, experts suggested that the two sides may struggle on an agreement, particularly in the area of prohibited cosmetic ingredients.
Fragrance player Inter Parfums says its first quarter performance underlines increased sales of ongoing brands, but the company is still struggling to plug the gap a year after losing the Burberry license.
The world’s biggest cosmetics company, L’Oreal, has recorded continued growth at well above market average rates for its second quarter and first half financial results, although southern European revenues decline.
L’Oréal CEO Jean-Paul Agon has announced a series of key executive appointments, all of which will take effect from 1st of July, this year. The appointments all include key executives who all have a significant history in the company, including Nicolas...
That expert is Philippe Milazzo, global cosmetic & perfumes marketing manager at packaging specialist DuPont, who tells this publication that the notion that Asia’s sustainable goals not being as high up on the list as Europe’s packaging brands for...
L’Oréal CEO Jean-Paul Agon has stated that he does not expect any change in the next twelve months for the global cosmetics market after the French firm posted its third-quarter sales in which growth has slowed.
Different cultures, various definitions and a global market make it difficult for regulation of cosmetic products in Europe and the US to properly align, but strides are being taken in order to sufficiently protect consumers around the world.
The unstable economic environment, particularly in Europe, has taken its toll on the consumer packaging business, with beauty packaging being one of the worst hit, according to global packaging supplier MWV.
Cosmetics Design spoke to Euromonitor senior research analyst Virginia Lee to find out about some of the most interesting trends in the global cosmetics market, particularly the growing contrasts in the European market.
Fast growth of professional skin care products in Europe has led
manufacturers to seek new marketing opportunities - with a new
report encouraging them to produce ranges that target both spa
venues, and the more common beauty institutes.
L'Oreal has met its targets for 2006 after reporting a strong
fourth quarter results, driven by renewed vigour in the Western
European markets and a continued strong performance in new markets
such as Russia and China.
A recent study by market researchers Kline and Company suggests
that the Spanish salon hair care industry is expected to trump all
other markets in Western Europe as continued rapid growth is
forecast for the next five years.