The beauty division of C&A Brazil, Beleza C&A, has teamed up with Perfetti Van Melle. candy lifestyle brand Chupa Chups to launch a new range of bath and body products, according to a report by License Global.
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.
Grupo Boticário has acquired Brazilian male beauty brand Dr. Jones for an undisclosed sum.
L’Occitane has acquired a majority stake in Brazilian premium beauty brand Sol de Janeiro, taking an indirect equity interest of 83 percent.
The Ordinary parent company Deciem is entering the Mexican beauty market, with a retail launch into luxury department store El Palacio de Hierro.
Mexico has become the first North American country to pass a ban on testing cosmetic on animals, with the senate giving unanimous support.
Avon has launched a fragrance it is claiming to be the world’s first to use ‘upcycled vanilla extract’.
Colgate-Palmolive and Philips have announced a long-term collaboration to bring the oral care benefits of electric toothbrushes to people in Latin America.
Avon Mexico has launched a new make-up line for men in collaboration with make-up artist Patrick Mua.
Cannabis company Flora Growth Corp’s beauty division Flora Beauty has signed a distribution deal with the largest Latin America retailer, Falabella.