By  on January 23, 2019

Beauty continues to be a bright spot at Procter & Gamble, but grooming is still struggling.

Net beauty sales for the quarter were up 4 percent year-over-year, to almost $3.4 billion, driven by SK-II and Olay, which have both posted double-digit growth for several consecutive quarters. P&G said gains were the result of premium innovation, product mix and increased pricing. Hair-care sales increased in the low-single digits, the company said.

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