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L'Oréal Group Closes Robust 2017, Posting Strong Sales, Profit, Solid Growth

The L'Oréal Group closed out fiscal 2017 reporting strong sales for the year, totaling €26.02 billion ($32.3 billion), up 4.8 percent from 2016 based on a comparable scope of consolidation and constant exchange rates. Factors affecting revenue included consolidation (-2.8 percent); acquisitions (+0.9 percent); sale of The Body Shop (-3.7 percent); and currency fluctuations (-1.3 percent). Growth at constant exchange rates was 2.0 percent. Growth in the Active Cosmetics Division, which includes the CeraVe products, was 5.8 percent like-for-like (11.9 percent reported). Division sales surpassed €2 billion ($2.5 billion). The division continues to grow internationally, “thanks to the successful integration of CeraVe, which is growing
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"L'Oreal 2017 Annual Results", Earnings release, L'Oréal, March 08, 2018

Hain Celestial Debuts 75+ New Products At Trade Show

Hain Celestial Group said it is unveiling more than 75 new products at Natural Products Expo West, natural, organic and healthy products industry trade show. Among the new products to be featured are Arrowhead Mills Protein Flour and Protein Pancake and Waffle Mix; Bearitos snacks brand’s non-GMO Baked Veggie and Cheddar Baked Corn Puffs; Celestial Seasonings’ Vermont Maple Ginger Herbal Tea and Lemon Lavender Lane Herbal Tea; and Earth's Best Organic brand’s Gentle Infant Formula and Non-GMO Plant-Based Infant Formula. [ Image credit: © Hain Celestial ]

"Hain Celestial Features 75 Exciting New Products at Expo West 2018", News release, Hain Celestial, March 08, 2018

Arrival Of CeraVe In U.K. Will Give French Competitors A Run For Their Money

British beauty writer Dominique Temple welcomed the arrival of L'Oréal’s CeraVe line of ceramide-based skincare products to the U.K., noting that they offer high-quality, affordable alternatives to French products – including Avene and Bioderma – with their “stalwart formulas and chic packaging.” She bestowed her stamp of approval on the popular American pharmacy brand: “CeraVe really is an affordable, accessible, cosmetically elegant range for all skin types.” Other affordable American products in the same category she recommended include Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Yogurt Vanilla Body Wash, and RoC, Max Resurfacing Facial Cleanser. [ Image credit: © Bioderma ]
 

"The Affordable American Beauty Brand Set to Rival French Pharmacy Favourites", The Telegraph, February 27, 2018

CeraVe Products Now Available In The U.K.

L'Oréal’s CeraVe skincare brand arrived in the U.K. on March 5. Seven products are being sold at Boots pharmacies and online. British beauty writer Caroline Hirons called the CeraVe product line “the kinder, gentler alternative to the harshness of Cetaphil” and worth investigating if you “can’t afford to spend too much on skincare” or just don’t want to. The company announced it has hired Blanket Consulting to work with Sarah Ashwick at L’Oréal for the U.K. launch  Blanket will work on the brand’s press and influencer relations. [ Image credit: © CeraVe ]

"CeraVe Launches in the UK", CarolineHirons.com, February 07, 2018

Bioengineering Success May Give L’Oréal A Competitive Advantage In China

L’Oréal China Co. has succeeded in reconstructing Chinese skin cells in a Shanghai lab from living tissue donors. The cells will be used by R&D teams to test makeup and skincare products, such as anti-aging serums, whitening creams, and pollution-fighting cleansers, for Chinese consumers – “the most demanding in the world in almost all our product categories,” a company representative said. L’Oréal is the top-selling beauty brand in China, but consumers have begun to turn to local brands for products formulated for their skin type. An industry analyst said the company has recognized the trend and has ”moved to adapt to the different genes to capture the huge potential of the Chinese market.” [ Image credit: © Cosmetics China Agency ]

"L’Oréal Replicates Chinese Skin in Shanghai-Lab to Better Cater to Regional Consumer", Global Cosmetic News, January 16, 2018

Ceramide Skincare Market Has A New Player

Personal care company ESN Group has entered the ceramide skincare market with its Ceramedx line of formulations, including a cleanser, moisturizing cream, and body lotion. The products feature a “plant-based ceramide technology” known as Riceramide-3 Complex. They are fragrance-free and made without parabens or petrolatum. Ceramide-based skincare products entered the market with the launch of Nestlé subsidiary Galderma’s Cetaphil product line, which now includes formulations for men. Another major competitor for California-based ESN Group is L’Oréal, which paid more than a billion dollars to acquire the Valeant skincare brands, which include CeraVe. In the Ceramedx press release, a dermatologist noted that the new product line offers “a ...  More

"A New Competitor Enters the Ceramide Skin Care Space", CosmeticsDesign.com | USA, January 10, 2018

L'Oréal Debuts Wearable UV-Sensing Technology At Electronics Show

L'Oréal recently showcased two technology products from the La Roche-Posay brand designed to advance skin safety in the sun. Introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in February, UV Sense is a battery-free wearable -- on the thumbnail -- electronic UV sensor that provides crucial information about individual ultraviolet (UV) exposure levels. A limited-edition variant of My UV Patch was also on display. Both technologies, designed by Yves Béhar’s fuseproject design studio, will be available from the La Roche-Posay brand this year. The company launched My UV Patch, a stretchable skin sensor to monitor UV exposure, in 2016. [ Image credit: © L'Oréal]

"L'Oréal Advances Its Commitment to Promoting Sun Safety with La Roche-Posay UV Sense, the First Battery-Free Wearable Electronic UV Sensor", News release, L'Oréal, January 07, 2018

 
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