Fashion retailer ASOS has introduced new policies that include paid leave for staff who have experienced pregnancy loss or are undergoing fertility treatments, as well as flexible working for those going through menopause.
Sephora marked World Mental Health Day by publishing a set of guidelines for its social media channels designed to create a judgement-free, safe space for users, according to a report published by Hello Beautiful.
Charlotte Tilbury has announced that it is now Leaping Bunny approved by Cruelty Free International.
Unilever’s Dove and Natura &Co-owned The Body Shop are joining forces to become a collective voice for animals in the ongoing row over the ECHA’s testing requirements. The duo will partner with the world’s leading animal protection groups to call on the EU and UK governments to protect their animal testing bans.
PETA has released a statement concerning a challenge to the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) requirement that tests, in which animals are forced to ingest or inhale ingredients used exclusively in cosmetics, must be carried out under the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) Regulation.
Employees at Russian beauty brand, Natura Siberica are rebelling against the company’s new management following the death of the brand’s Founder, according to a report published by RT.
Cruelty Free International has raised the alert after being informed by the Home Office that the UK government could be reconsidering its policy on animal testing for cosmetics, according to a report published by The Guardian.
The UK government has released a statement naming and shaming some 191 employers who have underpaid workers, including The Body Shop, John Lewis, numerous independent hair and beauty salons and media agency Grey London.
Switzerland’s Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office has announced a plan to ban the use of titanium dioxide in food products, according to a report published by Le News.
Chanel has lost a trademark battle at the EU General Court of the European Union in Luxembourg against Huawei Technologies over its famous logo.