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Amanda Seyfried at the unveiling of Shiseido's reformulated Clé de Peau Beauté line.

Shiseido Updates Clé de Peau Skin Care

The product reformulation is based on the concept that the skin can process information, like a brain.

Indian Personal-Care Company VLCC Files for IPO

Indian beauty market is primed for a growth spurt as VLCC files for IPO.

Colorescience Sunforgettable Brush SPF 50

Colorescience Spreads Wings, Lands Sephora Deal

The beauty brand seeks to widen its audience beyond its distribution through doctors’ offices.

The Dermstore homepage.

Dermstore Gets a Facelift for Future Growth

Dermstore, a California-based subsidiary of Target Corp., has unveiled its revamped Web site, new logo and new tagline, all part of a building block for the future.

Beiersdorf’s Nivea products will no longer be found in Travel Retail in Europe.  The company plans to instead extend its reach into Duty Free in the Middle East, North Africa, and India.

Nivea Drops Travel Retail in Europe to Focus on Stronger Market

Parent Beiersdorf will concentrate on more opportunistic markets of the Middle East, Africa and India.

Romy Paris

Romy Paris: A ‘Next-Generation’ Beauty Concept

The Nespresso-like machine makes fresh face cream and serum for a person daily based on the user’s needs and determined with the help of an app.

Chinese Men Are Unsatisfied With Their Skin

A new study has revealed that two-thirds of Chinese men are unsatisfied with their skin, according to Shanghai-based market research company Mintel.

Maria Sharapova for Supergoop

Maria Sharapova to Front Supergoop Campaign

It’s become clear how important tennis star Maria Sharapova has been to sun protection products company Supergoop a little over a year after she came on as an investor. Sharapova is heading up a new campaign called Project Black Dot that aims to educate consumers on skin cancer and the benefits of wearing sunscreen daily. […]

Estée Lauder Beautiful

Estée Lauder Still Sees Opportunity in Troubled China

Estée Lauder's Fabrizio Freda describes the growth prospects he still sees in China, despite its sluggish economy.