Nivea Nigeria has launched a new body care range designed for melanin-rich skin, according to a report published by Business Day. The range comprises two products: Advanced Care for dry skin and Even Glow to even skin tone.
Unilever-owned Sunsilk is eyeing development in the Ethiopian haircare market with the launch of a new bespoke range.
In our humble opinion, 2022 wasn’t a year of huge innovation. Launches were subdued compared to pre-pandemic but if there was one prevailing trend among the launches of the year it was celebrity, celebrity and a bit more celebrity.
Christian Dior is said to be set to launch into the Egyptian market sometime in Q4, 2024, with the Minister of Trade and Industry Ahmed Samir having a meeting with Jérôme Baudy, President of Christian Dior Couture Europe and the Middle East to discuss the development.
L’Oréal has introduced its La Roche-Posay brand to the Nigerian market, having launched its new sunscreen Anthelios UVMune at the 3rd Scientific Conference of the African Society of Dermatology and Venereology and the 16th Scientific Conference of Nigerian Association of Dermatologists.
AvoMed has developed a range of upcycled cosmetics that it claims can improve sun damaged skin, according to a report published by Israel Hayon. The key ingredient is bioactive polyhydroxylated fatty alcohols (PFA), extracted from avocado pits discarded by the food industry using a patented method that renders the resulting compound safe for use in cosmetics.
L’Oréal Professional Paris launches range for kinky and natural hair to the Nigerian market; Curl Expression
L’Oréal Professional Paris has launched a new range into the Nigerian market, aimed at kinky and natural hair, named Curl Expression.
Hermes has opened its first beauty boutique in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, according to a report published by Harpers Bazaar.
Nigeria’s National Agency for Food and Drug Administration has banned an Italian hair care product after receiving safety information from the European Rapid Alert System for dangerous non-food products, according to a report published by The Guardian.
Unilever has partnered with Egyptian retail tech company Cartona in order to add more offerings to its base of base of retailers, suppliers and distributors.