LVMH-owned Benefit Cosmetics has updated its UK COVID-secure policy after receiving criticism for a screening process that precluded health care workers from receiving treatments at its stores, according to a report published by the BBC.
Asos is facing tariff costs of up to £15 million following the UK’s official departure from the European Union at the start of this year, according to a report published by the Evening Standard.
Europol has shut down some 21,910 domain names and seized hundreds of thousands of counterfeit products in a crackdown on copies, according to a report published by Securing Industry.
PETA, alongside beauty brands such as Dove, Simple, The Body Shop and Suave, has written an open letter to the European Parliament, the European Commission, and the European Council in a bid to ensure they uphold the EU Cosmetics Regulation’s animal testing and marketing bans.
Unilever has announced that it has completed the unification of its legal structure under a single parent company, Unilever PLC.
Scotland has become the first country worldwide to offer free sanitary provisions for those that need it, a landmark move that follows a four-year campaign.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that CBD is not classified as a narcotic and therefore can benefit from the same free movement of goods between EU Member States that other legal products enjoy, according to a report published by Hemp Today.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is set to turn its attention to the widespread practice of ‘greenwashing’, according to a report published by Bloomberg.
Henkel has closed the acquisition of a patented skin model technology from SkinInVitro. The epiCS® skin models will be manufactured in the Henkel laboratories in Dusseldorf under the German cosmetics manufacturer’s Phenion brand.
The House of Lords Security and Justice EU Sub-Committee will hear more detail on the future of UK-EU sanctions collaboration this week in a live session tabled for 10 am tomorrow.