The acquisition of P&G Beauty is starting to bed in, if Coty’s third-quarter results are anything to go by. The US beauty giant reported an increase in net revenues of 6 percent at constant currency compared to legacy Coty and P&G Beauty Business net revenues in the prior-year period.

L’Oréal and Suez have signed a global memorandum of understanding for the continuous improvement of environmental performance and the optimization of resource management throughout the group’s value chain.

Tonymoly is planning to open a store in Thailand as part of a wider push to build its presence in the ASEAN region, according to a report published by The Nation.

In a bid to promote positive body image, the French government has ushered in a new law that not only bans hyper thin models from the catwalk, but also requires that all images that have been retouched or manipulated be labelled as such, according to a report published by Hello Beautiful.

L’Oréal Paris has named celebrated make-up artist Val Garland Global Make-up Director for the brand, according to a report published by Vogue.

L’Oréal Paris saw a significant sales uplift following its decision to push the launch of Pure Clay Masks on social media over traditional channels, according to a report published by Net Imperative.

Lush Global Property Director Paul Wheatley has revealed that the key to the natural cosmetics retailer’s success has been a move towards larger store formats, enabling a greater focus on experiential retail concepts, according to a report published by WWD.

Procter & Gamble’s Indian subsidiaries have reported a significant increase in margins and a solid uplift in revenue, according to a report published by Bloomberg Quint.

Campaign group Adverse Psychiatric Reactions Information Link has raised concerns over the increase of NHS prescriptions being issued for acne drug Roaccutane, which has been linked to suicidal thoughts, according to a report published by the BBC.

Symrise has kicked of fiscal 2017 with a ‘significant’ boost to both sales and earnings. The fragrance and flavors manufacturer reported a 4.6 percent rise in sales to €765.2 million for the first quarter of the year, while EBIDTA was up 4.4 percent to €165.5 million.

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