The specialty cosmetics chain has announced its' net profit to have risen to HK$357.4 million ($46.09 million) in the last six months, up from HK$282.1 million from the same financial quarter last year.
As the final animal testing ban deadline looms over Europe this week, Chinese regulatory bodies in their efforts to follow closely behind the West, have organised a workshop on in vitro alternative methods to further educate industry professionals on...
IP Resources agrees on Hong Kong licensing deal for stem cell skin care US-based IP Resources has signed a licensing agreement in Hong Kong and Macau for its new stem cell skin care product that aimed at positioning it in the Asia Pacific market.
This year’s Cosmoprof Asia event, to be held in Hong Kong in November, is forecast to build on the record-breaking size of the previous event, in line with the continued industry growth throughout the region.
After looking into inspection standards of imported and exported goods, four industrial bodies set up by the Shan Xi Inspection and Quarantine Bureau have approved bisphenol A and antimony-related testing methods for cosmetics.