Boots Botanics has revealed that its complete skincare and beauty portfolio is now approved under the Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny programme, which aims to put an end to animal testing in cosmetics.
The American consumer goods conglomerate announced second-quarter profits that beat analysts’ expectations on Thursday, but posted revenues that came in under estimates, despite strong growth in health care and beauty.
According to a new study, although increasing numbers of retailers are prioritizing customer-centric initiatives, a vast majority believe that they are not effectively adapting to the demands of hyperadoptive consumers.
The winter version of Love Island is having a big impact on product sales in Britain, a release from general merchandise retailer Argos claimed on Tuesday, with beauty tools and other products surging.
As its turnaround plan continues, the NYC-based beauty conglomerate announced on Monday that it has appointed Kristin Blazewicz as its new chief legal officer, general counsel and secretary of the board of directors.