Pierre Fabre Laboratories has acquired a minority stake in French women’s wellness start-up, MiYé.
What’s Up Wellness has closed a Rs14.4 crore seed round led by Unilever Ventures. While the investment was FMCG manufacturer’s first in the Indian wellness start-up, several existing investors also participated in the round.
Rhyz Inc., a subsidiary of Nu Skin Enterprises Inc., has acquired the clinically proven skincare and beauty device brand, BeautyBio
Cellular Goods is preparing to roll out its skin care range, Look Better to the French and German markets this year. The CBD-based beauty brand will extend the reach of its e-commerce site to cover the two European nations.
Albania is poised to legalise cannabis for medical and industrial use, according to a report published by Balkan Insight.
France is attempting to ban the use of CBD in cosmetic products across the European Union, according to a report published by Business of Cannabis.
Sirona India has announced the acquisition of vegan condom brand, Bleu. The deal marks the Good Glamm Group-backed company’s entry into the sexual wellness category for the first time, according to a report published by Delhi Business Line.
Ceremonia has completed a US$10 million funding round led by Sandbridge Capital. The Latinx hair care brand will use the investment to fund its expansion into Sephora stores across the US as well as help establish the flagship store the brand is poised to open in New York this summer.
Clorox is said to be seeking a buyer for its vitamins business, VMX, according to a report published by Reuters quoting ‘people familiar with the matter’.
Maria Dempsey has been named CEO of Love Wellness, according to a report published by WWD. Dempsey will replace Founder Lo Bosworth, freeing her to focus on the future of the business.