The leader in global cosmetics L’Oréal announced on Friday March 27 that it would reorganise its luxury products divisions and transfer the work currently done in a Spanish factory to its sites in the north of France
Marks & Spencer (MKS.L) has shown it can sort out self-inflicted problems and come up with steps to mitigate the recession, but the jury remains out on whether more radical surgery is needed for a lasting recovery.
French drugmaker Ipsen and its partner Galderma have won French marketing approval for anti-wrinkle treatment Azzalure, a rival to Allergan's Botox. Ipsen shares rose 2.5 percent to 28.70 euros by 0753 GMT.
It’s in the shopping centre Takashimaya, one of Singapore’s most popular shopping destinations, that the English cosmetics brand Jo Malone has chosen to reside : a cosy shop-in-a-shop which is part of the Asia-Pacific expansion plan presented last trimester.
After her clothing line the Canadian is getting ready to launch her first fragrance. The perfume, Black Star, is the result of a partnership with the marketing giant Procter & Gamble and comes complete with a low price tag to help win over Avril’s youthful fans.
IFF has announced the opening of a new high-tech centre for flavourings and perfumes on the outskirts of Sao Paolo, a way for the company to increase its presence in South America as well as increase its supply capabilities.
After a few years of wavering, Selective Beauty needs a really thorough spring clean to come out on top, and to show real strength both “financially and organizationally”. The company announced that it had gone into receivership with the commercial tribunal of Bobigny.
Symrise, has received the U.S. Department of Agriculture Organic Certification. The German company know that they can rely on rapidly commercialising freshly labeled ‘organic’ perfumes, especially as the organic market in America is growing fast.
A difficult global economic climate, unfavourable exchange rates, a change of ownership in Spain… Interparfums has not been disturbed by tempestuous circumstances in 2008. Its turnover has grown by 14% to €276.4 million.
Beauty products retailer Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance Inc posted a fourth-quarter profit that beat market expectations as it avoided discounting during the holiday season, but forecast first-quarter results below market estimates.
Hungary's competition watchdog GVH has fined cosmetics maker L'Oreal's Hungarian unit 150 million forints ($636,800) for misleading customers about its products, GVH said in a statement late on Monday March 16.