STREET LEVEL NEW PRODUCTS, PROMOTIONS AND EVENTS
As part of a transaction in which L’Orèal purchased back shares of
its own stock from Nestlè, L’Orèal sold its 50% stake in Galderma to
Nestlè. Previously, both companies had a 50-50 stake in Galderma.
Also, Evolva and L’Orèal signed an agreement for the co-development
of novel biosynthetic production routes for a beauty ingredient.
Avon entered into an agreement through which Korres granted Avon
exclusive rights to develop, manufacture and market Korres products in
TPG Growth, the middle market and growth equity investment
platform of TPG, acquired a majority stake in e.l.f. Cosmetics.
Unilever U.S. and the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)
announced a new corporate partnership with FIT’s Cosmetics and
Fragrance Marketing and Management master’s degree program.
Through this partnership, Unilever U.S. will be the sponsor of the
program’s 2014 Capstone research project and presentation.
Stephanie Seymour signed on as a spokesmodel to represent the
Esteè Lauder brand in global advertising campaigns.
Revlon named Carrie Underwood as Almay’s new global brand
Gillette announced Lionel “Leo” Messi as the new global face of
an upcoming international campaign.
Acne brand X Out and Carmex both teamed with actress Zendaya.
Gojo Industries, makers of Purell, acquired Laboratoires Prodene
Klint, which specializes in professional hygiene, cosmetics and
The State of São Paulo in Brazil banned cosmetic testing on
Diamond Wipes International is celebrating its 20th year in
business in 2014.
Guillaume Jesel to senior vice president/general manager, global
corporate innovation; Chris Good to president, United Kingdom and
Ireland; and Sandra Main to global brand president, La Mer; The Estée
Catia Cesari to senior vice president of business development,
mergers and acquisitions, Coty.
Tarang P. Amin to president, CEO and director; Richard F. Baruch Jr.
to senior vice president and chief commercial officer; Erin Daley to
senior vice president and chief marketing officer; Scott K. Milsten to
senior vice president and general counsel; and Megan O’Connor to
vice president of digital, e.l.f. Cosmetics.
David L. Stern to president and CEO, and John Hetherington to
Amy S. Hilliard to president, Fashion Fair Cosmetics.
Rod R. Little to executive vice president and CFO, Elizabeth Arden.
George McLarty to vice president of research & development,
Jessica Giummule to business development manager, Eufora.
Lady Burd Private Label
Cosmetics developed a
new whipped foundation
that glides on weightlessly,
providing medium to buildable
coverage. The product, Mousse
Foundation, is fragrance
free and will not clog pores.
Additionally, its oil-absorbing
properties make it great for
normal-to-oily skin types,
giving a flawless, natural
looking finish. Mousse
Foundation is available in 10
City Face Skin Remodeler
from City Cosmetics layers
skin care technologies to help
reduce the volume and surface
area of deep facial wrinkles. It
is a non-greasy, light treatment
with a potent blend of active
peptides that trigger natural
collagen production to tighten,
lift and smooth wrinkles,
while increasing firmness
and elasticity. City Face also
gently and naturally relaxes
face muscles, helping to reduce
future wrinkles and lines.
SUN SAFE AND SHEER
Coppertone launched two
new sunscreen innovations.
These products were created
to address consumer-identified desires for light
and fast-absorbing sunscreen
and clean application from
sprays. Coppertone Sport
AccuSpray offers a new
targeted, continuous spray
sunscreen technology, and
the Coppertone ClearlySheer
sunscreens offer new formulas
to feel fresh
and clean on
they won’t clog
pores or cause
new product offerings include
ClearlySheer For Sunny Days,
ClearlySheer For Beach & Pool.
Amarte developed Ultra
Veil, a light facial sunscreen
with broad spectrum SPF
50+ protection. Also, ginkgo
biloba nut extract and five
balance. And caviar extract
delivers unsaturated fatty
acids, vitamins, minerals
and amino acids, and finely
processed pure mica imparts
a glowing finish to skin.