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Skincare Products Get A New Lease On Life Around The Globe

September 8, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
L'Oréal sees the skincare market reviving globally, especially in China, and that’s a “good phenomenon,” according to CEO Jean-Paul Agon. Skincare sales at the company are up by single-digit rates. Active Cosmetics was its second-biggest growth story in the first six months of the year, behind L’Oréal Luxe, which grew 15.4 percent. The consumer division, however, was its second-weakest in the first half of fiscal 2017, with sales up 3.8 percent to about $6.4 billion, hurt particularly by mass market makeup in the U.S. L'Oréal thinks the reasons might be “a certain transfer into higher-price items and maybe a reallocation of [consumer] spending" to different categories.
Jamie Hammon, "L'Oréal Benefits From 'Skin-Care Comeback,' With Mass Makeup Slowing", Rose Sheet, September 08, 2017, © Informa plc.
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