The Brazilian personal care and cosmetics manufacturer has been keeping its investors up to date on the reasoning and planning behind the company’s proposal to buy The Body Shop from L’Oréal. For Natura, the brand aligns well with its existing portfolio...
With the recent announcement from global beauty leader L’Oréal that the company is looking into the sale of its ethical beauty brand, The Body Shop, we take a look at industry analysis behind the headlines.
Jason Matthews, international regulatory and scientific director at The Body Shop International, gave us his thoughts on what the rise of the global beauty consumer means for beauty and personal care brands looking to meet their demands.
The Body Shop has transformed London’s Westminster Bridge into a pseudo ‘Bio-Bridge’ with 6-foot tall monkey topiaries in a campaign that aims to regenerate and protect 75 million square meters of forest around the world from exploitation, poaching and...
The General Court of the European Union has ruled against The Body Shop’s efforts to annul the ‘Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market’ decision to reject its application to register trademark ‘Spa Wisdom’.
The Body Shop announces that it will implement a new global CSR strategy outlining 14 targets to help maintain its position as ‘a leader in ethical business’ and continue to develop the business, with a focus on people, products and the planet.
The Body Shop is looking to make further inroads in Australia having announced the deal to acquire the company operating The Body Shop Australia from Head Franchisee Graeme Wise the assets of Adidem Pty Limited, who has been operating it since 1983.
The Body Shop enjoyed a pre-tax profits rise to £57 million in 2013, up nearly £6 million on the year preceding it, and the L’Oreal-owned beauty brand said it has its new ‘Pulse’ shop layout to thank for the favourable figures.
After re-launching the brand a year ago in an effort to bring it back to its heritage, The Body Shop has taken further steps to solidify its global presence by establishing a stronger foundation with its' day-to-day suppliers.
On reporting Lush founder Mark Constantine's claims that L’Oreal wanted to sell the global chain yesterday, a representative for The Body Shop promptly contacted Cosmetics Design to rubbish what it refers to as an ‘incorrect rumour’.
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.
French cosmetic giant L'Oreal has announced that it intends to
extend the Body Shop brand into international markets. The move
follows the £652m take-over of the UK based Body Shop by L'Oreal
back in March 2006.
Following its buy-out by L'Oreal, the Body Shop has come under some
heavy criticism in recent months. Now the company that built its
name on the back of a strict no animal testing policy is being
slammed by animal rights group...
After 18 years at the helm of the world's leading cosmetics
company, Sir Lindsay Owen-Jones has stepped down in favour of
Frenchman Jean-Paul Agon. The question on everyone's lips now is
can Agon measure up to the standards...
The fact that L'Oreal's acquisition of The Body Shop will provide
plenty of potential growth opportunities is undisputed, but the
question of how well the acquisition sits in the portfolio of the
world's largest cosmetics...
L'Oreal says it is considering making a cash offer for British
cosmetics and toiletries retailer Body Shop, as it aims to broaden
its existing business portfolio in an effort to maintain its
unbroken sales growth record.
Body Shop International said that its latest results for the six
months up to 27 August showed new lines featuring exotic community
trade ingredients such as Brazilian babbusu nut oil and Zambian
honey have been a major driving force...
Tapping into fast-growing sales revenue from its websites, the Body
Shop has made a significant investment in software designed to
increase the efficiency and sales options available for on-line
transactions, reports Simon Pitman.
UK-based Body Shop has upped its expectations for the coming
financial year on the back of full-year results revealing a trading
come-back. Growth had come on a global basis thanks to a successful
investment programme to enhance the...