Mary Kay chose its annual US Seminar to launch its latest patented innovation, TimeWise Vitamin C Activating Squares - hailed as a beauty industry first by the US direct sales giant.

Azelis has announced that it has agreed to fully acquire Chemcolour, Australia and New Zealand’s leading supplier of specialty chemicals and food ingredients. Under the deal, all 90 Chemcolour employees will transfer to Azelis.

After a review lasting two-months which saw several leading agencies pitch for the account, Maxus has announced that it has prevailed, and can still count L’Oréal India among its clients, according to a report published by LiveMint.

Finnish packaging firm Kotkamills has developed a new water- and greaseproof paperboard without recourse to fluorochemicals or plastics, according to a report published by Nordic Business Insider. The material is 100 percent recyclable and can hold hot or cold liquid for more than two days and spirits for up to two hours.

Shiseido is set to consolidate its London offices into one space with ‘room for future growth’, according to a report published by The Evening Standard.

US tween fashion and beauty brand Justice has pulled one of its make-up products from the shelves after a WTVD report claimed that the company’s Just Shine Shimmer Powder contained ‘deadly levels of asbestos’, according to a report published by ABC2 News.

Lush Cosmetics has announced that it will accept global digital currency bitcoin on its e-commerce site.

The Japanese equivalent of eBay, Mercari has applied to list its shares on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, according to a report published by Reuters.

The billionaire President of O Boticario, Miguel Krigsner, has lost 25 percent of his fortune over the past year, according to Latin Trade’s Top 100 Billionaires Ranking 2017.

Revlon has announced the appointment of Grey as its global creative agency of record and WPP stablemate MediaCom as its global media agency of record.

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