Johnson & Johnson has announced that LTL Management, a newly crated and separate subsidiary established to hold and manage claims in the cosmetic talc litigation, has filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
A class action lawsuit centred around Huda Beauty’s Neon Obsessions make-up palette has reached a proposed settlement. The plaintiffs claimed that the product was unlawfully marketed in the US for use in the eye area.
California has passed Assembly Bill 45, granting official approval to the sale of hemp-derived CBD products.
Beiersdorf-owned Coppertone has issued a voluntary nationwide recall of certain lots of its aerosol sunscreen sprays after they were found to contain Benzene.
Minimalist beauty brand Merit has announced a US$20 million Series A funding round led by L Catterton. Macy Venture Partners and Sonoma Brands also participated in the round.
Jennifer Aniston is set to unveil her long-anticipated beauty line, LolaVie, today. The star teased the launch via her Instagram account, simply captioned ‘Something’s coming…’. The brand’s website reveals that the launch date has been set for September 8.
Revlon has announced the hire of Thomas Cho as its Chief Supply Chain Officer, effective immediately.
Non-profit Haereticus Environmental Laboratory is calling on the US Food and Drug Administration to pull sunscreens containing octocrylene from the shelves over safety concerns, according to a report published by Bloomberg.
Clean beauty brand Beautycounter has launched the first product from its much-vaunted talc-free make-up line, according to a report published by Elle.
Dow Chemicals has reported better-than-expected Q2 sales as reopening economies bolster consumer spending post pandemic lockdowns, according to a report by Reuters.