Friday Roundup of Beauty News

We have that Friyay feeling and that means a roundup of this weeks beauty news and industry shenanigans.

Tamaar Skincare new launch

The First High Tech Organic and Vegan Face Oils From Tamaar Skincare

Tamaar Skincare announce the launch of a new range of High Tech Advanced Natural Face Oil products formulated using 100% natural ingredients harnessing the power of Nayols® Pure Plant Cell Bio-Technology. And we for one are LOVING THEM!

Soil Association certified and formulated using multi-functional, nutrient-rich actives Tamaar facial oils demonstrate a new reality where natural, vegan and organic products do not mean that you have to compromise results.

· Naolys® Active Pure Plant Cell Bio-Technology

· Certified organic by 'Soil Association UK.'

· Vegan and Cold Pressed

· High Tech Green Beauty

· 100% Natural with powerful results without compromise

Each facial oil delivers radiant results utilising the purest natural ingredients to produce high-performance oil blends that are safe for all skin types, including those prone to eczema, rosacea, hyperpigmentation and skin irritation.

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How is high street beauty evolving?

Threatened by competitors, high street beauty is forced to evolve VOGUE take a look at this subject.

It’s a tough time for high street cosmetics brands. Independents like Hard Candy, Jemma Kidd and Ruby & Millie have gone under in recent years. Bourjois’s parent company Coty, which also owns Rimmel, CoverGirl and Max Factor, took a $3 billion write-down last June after acquiring Procter & Gamble’s drugstore-based beauty business.

L’Oréal posted a 2.2 per cent loss in North America in 2019 (overall sales increased by 8 per cent), citing makeup as the reason for the region’s poor performance. US chain Ulta Beauty, which stocks drugstores staples including Nyx and Makeup Revolution, saw its stock value fall 22 per cent in the second quarter of 2019.

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New Award-Winning Tamaar Skincare

Delighted to share our new client with you, Tamaar Skincare. Think Award-Winning Skincare Technology Meets Green Beauty With Global Goals!

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Huge payout for J&Jover asbestos claims

The personal care goliath was ordered to pay $9m in damages by a Florida jury

A Florida jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson (J&J) to pay out US$9m in damages to a woman who accused the company’s asbestos-infused baby powder of causing her to develop mesothelioma.

Blanca Moure-Cabrera, who is 82, was awarded $3m for past medical expenses plus an additional $6m in compensation.

The jury described J&J as “negligent” and accused it of selling a “defective product”.

The complainants' attorney Marc Kunen said: “Although we are pleased with the results, the reality is that Ms. Moure-Cabrera is still suffering from devastating cancer that will ultimately take her life.”

The news comes in the same week J&J settled in court with a 62-year-old woman who alleged its baby powder caused her mesothelioma.


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