Beauty brands in the EU are missing a trick if they avoid using online marketplace Amazon as digital agency L2 says that working with the e-tailer benefits brands by giving them more control over distribution, as well as heightened search visibility and...
Europe posted its strongest growth in professional skin care for the past six years according to the latest report, with social, ethnic, and environmental factors playing their part in shaping consumer preferences and behaviours.
The trend for consumers to be fitter and healthier is one of the biggest influences helping the professional skin care market show signs of recovery, with Germany and the UK as the driving regions at present.
Following the roll out of natural male skin care range, Bulldog in Korea in 2013, Cosmetics Design caught up with founder Simon Duffy to discuss the challenge of the expansion and how men have reacted to the UK brand.
Traditionally a US shopping tradition, Black Friday has become increasingly popular in Europe too. However, China’s 'Singles’ Day' celebrating the young and cash-flush is giving the holiday a run for its money.
According to the market researcher, a rising preference for Eastern traditional ingredients in the West has seen the Thai beauty market to have grown by 44 percent since 2008 and is estimated to reach US $4.8 billion by 2015.
As the dust settles from this summer’s sporting event in London, beauty brand Chanel appears to have cashed in on the increased levels of tourism in the English capital, by joining the flash retailing trend.
According to a European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic) report, chemical production in Europe is to come to a standstill in 2012 due to the continent's debt crisis which will no doubt affect the cosmetics industry.