US luxury brand RéVive Skincare wants to expand its international footprint further and continue fast-paced product launches beyond North America, notably Eastern and Western Europe and the Middle East, its CEO says.
International beauty major L’Oréal has reported a surge in global sales for the first quarter of 2021, though activity in Western Europe remains in decline because of the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 crisis, its CEO says.
Sustainable packaging innovation must roll out across mass beauty and personal care if any real strides are to be made, and Western European consumers are largely ready for changes, says a Kantar Worldpanel research director.
The French cosmetics maker missed its third quarter sales expectations with the Luxe division facing difficulties in Asia and Travel Retail, but company CEO Jean-Paul Agon insists the slowdown is just ‘temporary.’
Beiersdorf has continued on its positive growth path thanks to the weak euro’s current situation, lower costs, and rising sales of Nivea and Eucerin products; although it remains cautious after business slowed in the first half of the year in the Western...
L'Oréal first quarter sales dropped 2.2% as demand for mass market products and brands such as Garnier and Maybelline slows, but company CEO Jean-Paul Agon is confident that the French firm will bounce back as quickly as next quarter.
The world’s biggest cosmetics company, L’Oreal, has recorded continued growth at well above market average rates for its second quarter and first half financial results, although southern European revenues decline.
Double-digit growth in earnings and a strong performance in the emerging markets has prompted cosmetics giant L’Oréal to look to the future with a great deal of positivity following its full-year 2012 results.
Hair colourants, conditioners and styling agents offer the best opportunities for hair care in the developed markets as the ‘affordable luxury’ trends picks up pace, according to market analyst Euromonitor.
Carton packaging continues to be significant for the cosmetics
industry, with steady global market growth of 9 per cent in the
period 1998-2003 largely represented by a visible shift towards
secondary packaging for mass market brands.