By  on April 23, 2019

SK-II continues to drive P&G sales.

The luxury skin-care brand was called out in the company’s third-quarter earnings statement for its “disproportionate growth.” Broadly in P&G beauty, net sales were up 4 percent to nearly $3.1 billion, driven by high-end innovation, increased pricing and SK-II. Hair was up mid-single digits with organic growth in developing and developed countries, plus increased pricing.

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