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Health & beauty

Why this K-beauty brand is doubling down on Canada
The history of Whoo is inspired by beauty secrets of the royal court. Image: Supplied

Why this K-beauty brand is doubling down on Canada

What is the story behind The History of Whoo?   The brand was launched in 2003, a time when there were already several competitors in the Asian medicinal cosmetics market, but The History of Whoo wanted to ...
VIDEO: How Revlon introduced workplace flexibility
Amazon US launches online pharmacy in new contest with drug retail
Lush signs enforceable undertaking after repaying staff $4.4 million
The surprising takeaway from Ulta’s new partnership with Target

Health & beauty Archives

Mecca launching Southern Hemisphere’s biggest beauty store

The 1800 sqm store will extend over four levels and is more than double the size of the business’ next largest store.

Startup roundup: Marketing in the time of Covid-19

Three startups tell us how Covid-19 has impacted their marketing style.

Video: Here’s how Deciem has changed since Black Lives Matter

An interview with Deciem CEO Nicola Kilner about how the beauty giant is educating and engaging staff around systemic ra...
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Retailers, it’s time to stop ignoring menopausal women

Retailers in supplements, sleepwear and skincare are proving that there's strong demand for products that alleviate symp...

L’Oreal turns to Google as coronavirus spurs virtual make-up shift

Shoppers searching Google for cosmetics will be able to try them on virtually through a deal with L'Oreal, as the French...

How Modibodi plans to take periodproof undies all over the world

This Aussie period proof undies brand has plans to become a truly global business in the future.

Lovisa to shut 64 stores across UK and France as international lockdowns commence

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was “truly, truly sorry” for the impact the lockdown would have on businesses.
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How the A-Beauty trend helped a NSW skincare company crack US market

The Jojoba Company co-founder shares how trend towards natural skincare helped the business secure partnership with US r...
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Next stop Europe: Chemist Warehouse director details overseas expansion plans

Chemist Warehouse director Mario Tascone shares plans for tackling new markets in Europe and Asia.
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The Iconic’s considered approach to taking on the online beauty industry

The Iconic’s chief category officer, Gayle Burchell, shares the thinking behind the launch of Australia and New Zealand’...

How this former Yoox exec plans to transform a beauty start-up

Claire Chung has worked all over the globe in luxury, but now she’s set to lead Ignae’s expansion into Asia.
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VIDEO: How Thinx is driving honest conversations about periods

Lyndsey Arnold, VP Partnerships at Thinx Inc, talks innovation in period products and the importance of consumer educati...

Say hello to the millennials who launched a DTC beauty brand and broke even in two months

The skin and beauty sector is saturated in DTC brands on Instagram these days, but Hong Kong-based WULT is a cut above t...

Lovisa’s online sales jumped 400 per cent at the end of FY20

However, the business has suffered from the lack of physical store sales alongside its online boom.

Priceline to shut 14 stores on falling foot traffic

API expects a full-year NPAT of between $30 and $31 million.