Nestle has refused to commit to any long-term plans regarding
its share in L'Oreal, despite claiming its quarter stake in
the world's largest cosmetics company continues to be a 'very good
The consumer power of the lucrative baby boomer generation is still
going strong - with L'Oreal hailing its new innovative ingredient
as the way forward in anti-aging care, announced in its 2006
Cosmetics giant L'Oreal has added three new members to its
executive committee, in a move aimed at emphasizing its focus on
the group's active cosmetics division, together with the increasing
importance of the Asian and...
As consumer demand for natural and organic cosmetic products leads
to a rapid evolution of the market, the face of the category looks
set to change enormously, both with respect to what shop shelves
have to offer and in the board...
The world's leading cosmetic player has further expanded its
position in the naturals market with the acquisition of French
Laboratoire Sanoflore, one of the founding companies specialising
in the manufacturing of certified organic...
The world's largest cosmetic company has reaffirmed its commitment
to REACH by stressing its continued effort to meet all the
additional criteria that the legislation will require with respect
to chemicals in cosmetics formulation.
Once dismissed as a fad, edible cosmetics are starting to make
their mark on the global market as an increasing number of launches
hone in on consumer desires for natural ingredients that often
happen to cross into the realms of the...
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...