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Second-generation L’Oréal paper-based tubes to be recyclable

LâOrÃal and AlbÃa Packaging will continue work on their paper-based tubes, launched last month under the La Roche-Posay brand, with focus set on ensuring the next-generation model is recyclable.

Coty to bite into celebrity-led ‘winning formula’ with KKW stake: GlobalData

Cotyâs move to acquire a 20% stake in Kim Kardashian Westâs beauty line KKW will enable it to leverage the power and buzz of personality-driven cosmetics â especially important in the face of ongoing COVID-19 challenges, says GlobalData.

Reed Exhibitions cancels in-cosmetics Global, North America and Latin America shows – some 2021 dates set

Following numerous postponements, Reed Exhibitions has announced in-cosmetics Global, in-cosmetics North America and in-cosmetics Latin America will no longer take place in 2020, setting 2021 dates for two of the shows.

Top 5 most-read stories June 2020: L’Oréal paper tubes, Coty perfumes patent and Charlotte Tilbury sale

A compilation of CosmeticDesign-Europeâs most-read news from June 2020 shows significant interest in big brand innovation, including LâOrÃalâs paper tube roll out and Cotyâs perfume patent, as well as high engagement on M&A news and brand ranking analysis across in Europe.

Puig-owned bee beauty brand Apivita launches in US market

Thanks to a deal with Amerikas Beauty Distribution Services, over 50 products from the personal care brandâknown for formulas featuring propolis, honey, beeswax, royal jelly, and bee-pollinated plant extractsâwill soon be available here in the States.

Stability and hydration of jojoba oil even more relevant amid COVID-19, says supplier

Jojoba oil has great potential in skin and hair care because of its significant stability and hydration properties, notably when blended with other oils â properties more relevant than ever with the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, says Israeli supplier Jojoba Desert.

L’Oréal rolls out sustainability impact scores across Garnier hair care range

International beauty major LâOrÃal has developed a digital labelling system that scores the environmental and social impact of a product from A to E and has kickstarted use on Garnier hair care products in France.

Clean & Ethical Beauty Video Series Episode 3: In The Lab

In this installment of the Clean & Ethical Beauty Video Series from CosmeticsDesign, Editor Deanna Utroske speaks with Luciana Coutinho of luluble and Alison Cutlan of biophile skincare to find out what goes on in the laboratories where clean beauty is made. Scroll down to watch Episode 3.

‘Entering a new era’: L’Oréal outlines 2030 sustainability goals on plastics, carbon emissions and more

LâOrÃal has outlined a range of sustainability measures in its âfor the futureâ program, including 2030 targets for all plastic packaging to be recycled or bio-based, all sites and centres to be carbon neutral and 95% of ingredients to be bio-based, derived from abundant minerals or circular.

CHRŌM Toothpolish wants to bite into Europe: ‘We’re creating a brand-new category,’ says founder

New York indie brand CHRŌM Toothpolish wants to take its line of coloured, glittered, glow-in-the-dark and whitening tooth polishes deeper into Europe, as it works on building an entirely new cosmetics category, its founder says.

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