The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the face of beauty business as we know it, and a dig into the financials shows some majors and categories have weathered the storm better than others.
The global luxury goods market will shrink dramatically in the face of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, with significant downgrades expected in Switzerland, Germany, Italy and France, says Euromonitor International.
UK health and beauty retailer Superdrug has reported a significant uplift in DIY hair colour kits and self-care facial masks and body creams during coronavirus lockdown, signalling continued consumer interest in looking and feeling good, it says.
Despite initial stockpiling of many fast-moving consumer goods (FMCGs) at the start of the coronavirus crisis, subsequent usage patterns reveal many consumers are disengaging from colour cosmetics, fragrances and styling – discretionary categories that...
The beauty maker is helping hairdressers around the world exceed the usual salon safety and sanitary measures, to keep themselves and clients safe by supplying masks, hand sanitizer gel, and new operating guidelines.
L’Oréal has announced a multi-million environmental and social protection program that aims to support vulnerable women and ecosystem preservation – priority areas as the world reels from coronavirus (COVID-19), it says.
Preservatives have long been vilified as a ‘harmful’ ingredient, but a deeper understanding of hygiene and contamination brought about by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak may well validate their usage.
International skin care major Beiersdorf has reported a sales dip for the first quarter of 2020 amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, with European business and the La Prairie brand especially hard-hit.
Personal care giant Colgate-Palmolive has reported a sales surge for the first quarter of 2020, with growth particularly strong in Europe led by Germany and the UK, despite the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.