Government agencies continue to call out wellness companies for deceptive marketing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Swiss food and drink conglomerate is L’Oréal’s second-largest individual shareholder.
TerraCycle founder and chief executive officer Tom Szaky walked beauty executives through modernized recycling and reuse initiatives at PCPC.
The online retailer aims to go plastic-free by 2025 and give the CPG industry a call-to-action.
“It’s truly apocalyptic”: Consumers are racing to stockpile hand sanitizers and supplements, leaving store shelves empty.
The company’s vice chairman has supported the organization for the past 25 years.
The deal comes at a time when dollar stores are growing and investing in beauty.
Unilever-owned Suave is next to go cruelty-free. Elsewhere, the British Retail Consortium launches guidelines on vegan fashion.
SmileTime is looking to expand into lip care and clear aligners and aims for big retailers.
“Congress heard us loud and clear,” Renfrew shared with WWD. “Yesterday’s efforts are moving us in the right direction, and I look forward to continuing to work with members of Congress on this important piece of legislation.”
The French lipstick brand is organic and vegan, with plant-based pigments.
“There’s no regulation,” said co-chief executive officer and cofounder Angela Kapp, alongside business partner Nate Lipton. “No one is double checking any of the products that are out there.”