A compilation of CosmeticsDesign-Europe’s most-read news from April 2020 shows in-depth analysis on the business, consumer and retail impacts of COVID-19 generated high interest, along with Lush’s decision to temporarily suspend its online business.
Cosmetics major Lush has started reopening shuttered stores across EMEA and Russia as coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns start to ease – a move executives say would not have been possible without the help of local governments, councils and landlords.
As the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to take its grip worldwide, many businesses have been forced online. But there are important regulations that must be adhered to when making this digital shift.
Concerns over the disinfectant quality of hydroalcoholic products made by beauty firms to plug shortages during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis are completely unfounded and have created a false controversy, says the French Cosmetics Association...
Beauty is one of the hardest-hit consumer categories in the ongoing global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but it will also likely bounce back fastest because of digital strengths, says an expert consultant.
The ongoing global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has overturned life as we know it and given rise to the longest period of consumption reappraisal in more than 20 years, which will have a lasting impact, says an expert consultant.
French cosmetics company L’Oréal reported that its sales in China have seen progressive signs of recovery since the country was hit by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, potentially signalling that the cosmetics market is headed for a quick recovery...
Proctor & Gamble (P&G) has reported a sales rise for its fiscal 2020 third quarter, buoyed by home and healthcare divisions, but net sales in beauty shrank due to a poor SK-II performance linked to travel retail closures.
L’Oréal will donate personal care products and hand sanitisers to frontline hospital and retail staff in the UK and Ireland, building on its European solidarity plan amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.