LG Household & Health Care is gearing up to launch Korea’s first customized skin care brand, according to a report published by Pulse News.

Unilever has signed a deal with Playbrush to develop and launch a co-branded smart kids toothbrush for the French market this year, according to a report published by The Mail on Sunday.

Procter & Gamble is set to launch a new, limited edition recyclable shampoo bottle for its Head & Shoulders hair care brand, according to a report published by Packaging Business Review.

Henkel is suing Church & Dwight in a bid to prevent the US FMCG giant from hiring the former Chief Technology Officer of Sun Products, which Henkel acquired last year, according to a report published by Westfair.

Cosmetologist Huda Qushi is set to open a hair salon in Brooklyn that welcomes and caters for the individual needs of women who wear hijabs this weekend, according to a report published by Teen Vogue.

Procter & Gamble is raising its guidance for organic sales growth for financial 2017 after reporting better-than-expected organic sales growth for the second quarter of the fiscal year. The company is now anticipating organic sales growth of two to three percent.

L’Oréal and Founders Factory have announced the line up of the first five beauty tech start-ups into their Beauty accelerator program.

Specialty chemicals provider Lubrizol has announced that its Active Organics and Lipotec skin care actives units will be combined and operate under a single name, Lipotec USA, effective immediately.

Johnson & Johnson has secured a coveted spot in the top 10 of the 2017 edition of the world’s most sustainable companies ranking, Global 100, which is compiled every year by Corporate Knights. The personal and baby care company was listed in 8th position.

PETA Senior Vice President Kathy Guillermo has issued a statement in response to a new regulation issued by China's Food and Drug Administration's (CFDA), which allows certain new cosmetics to undergo a simplified registration process with the Shanghai Food and Drug Administration, potentially allowing them to bypass the CFDA's requirements for tests on animals.

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