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What does the TGA’s health influencer ‘ban’ mean for business?

From July 1, social media influencers will be unable to promote health and beauty products that claim to be ‘therapeutic...

Why Gen Z males are filing away at old-school beauty stereotypes

From punk to hip hop, the ‘man-icure’ craze has been reignited around the world, as evolving notions of gender and mascu...

How Adorn Cosmetics carved out a niche in luxury organic skincare

Adorn Cosmetics founder Briony Kennedy discusses the brand’s eco-refill program and what its online transformation looks...

Woolies and Coles Make the Space for darker shades of beauty products

A petition started in April to convince supermarkets to carry makeup for dark skin tones in stores has borne fruit. But ...

The science behind Olay’s best-selling product

Olay principal scientist David Khoo shares an insight into the skills and processes behind iconic skincare products.

Why Deciem is debunking clean beauty

Deciem has launched a new campaign to educate consumers about chemicals and allay fears perpetuated by clean beauty mark...

How beauty brand Face Halo clinched its Ulta deal

Perth brand Face Halo positions itself as a frontrunner in the US conscious beauty movement with the rollout of its reus...

“It’s not about guilting customers”: Lush’s new sustainability schemes

Next Monday, Lush is amping up its sustainability initiatives and launching a new packaging returns scheme in Australia ...

How iHerb has quietly become a health and beauty e-commerce giant

The e-commerce boom has seen iHerb win over consumers with its eco-friendly, naturals range.

A look inside the evolution of Kiehl’s

Launched in 1851 as a pharmacy in New York, Kiehl’s is a well-trusted skincare brand that continues to create products f...

“We’re on a journey”: Thankyou unveils plastic-free collection

After exiting the bottled water market last year, Thankyou is revisiting its sustainability initiatives to offer better ...

Startup roundup: Beauty goes boom

Three retailers offer customers something different in today's beauty and skincare market.
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Beauty in 3D: Behind the creation of Charlotte Tilbury’s virtual store

British beauty brand Charlotte Tilbury is driving digital connections with consumers through virtual store.
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Can at-home beauty services survive beyond the pandemic?

Home hair colour brands confident that DIY beauty services are here to stay.

How Pharell avoids the usual pitfalls of celebrity product launches

Why Pharrell Williams' skincare line ticks all the boxes for the modern beauty shopper.

VIDEO: How Revlon introduced workplace flexibility

Cosmetics giant Revlon has recognised the need for its people to spend quality time both at work and home.

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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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.

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...