Following declining sales, Johnson & Johnson has relaunched its Baby Care line, including its controversial talc products, despite the fact that a number of studies have linked the mineral to a risk of developing cancer.
Saks has unveiled a new 32,000-square-foot beauty space occupying the second floor of the retailer's NY flagship. The floor offers consumer experiences and 40% more space for 120 brands, nearly half of which are new.
In shock news, Tesco said it is to close its Tesco Direct non-food webstore, which sells clothing, homewares, furniture, electricals, toys, health & beauty and more, after conducting a review of the lossmaking business.
About 11 million Chinese tourists are expected to come to Thailand this year, up from just over 1 million in 2010, making China the biggest source of tourism, boosting spending at retailers and cosmetics makers.
Just after opening its new permanent LA store, Glossier has been sued in NY by a visually impaired customer claiming the cult digital-first brand's website is not accessible under the Americans with Disabilities Act.