France’s cosmetics industry is considered one of the leaders in the market, but with strong competition from international and regional brands, can French companies leverage on its national identity to maintain an edge in the cut-throat Chinese market?
While once the daigou channel was an unorganised means of distribution from countries like Australia to China for mostly health products and supplements, it is quickly transforming into something far more proper—especially for cosmetics manufacturers...
Yunnan Baiyao, a Chinese toothpaste brand that has become a household name for its herbal approach to treating bleeding gums, has defended its use of tranexamic acid in its formula, which has led to question the brand’s label claims.
CK Hutchison, owner of beauty retailer and pharmacy Watsons, has struck a deal with Meitu to build a new social media orientated business model that enhances online and offline interaction with consumers.
Although China has made significant strides in moving away from animal-testing, its challenges suggest it may take more than five years for the country to completely stop compulsory animal-testing for cosmetics, says one analyst.