Priceline Pharmacy launches health insurance

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Priceline Pharmacy has launched a new health insurance offer in partnership with healthcare fund NIB. The health cover includes all areas of private health insurance and provides Priceline perks where applicable. Health & beauty Sectors Top Stories Priceline Pharmacy

AMR Hair & Beauty opens Canberra superstore

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Hair and beauty retailer AMR Hair & Beauty has launched a new shop in Belconnen, Canberra, which it claims is the largest beauty store in town. . AMR Hair & Beauty Belconnen is located at 2 Ibbott Lane, Belconnen ACT.

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Zara launching beauty range

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Zara Beauty’ will be available throughout Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, South Korea, Europe, the US, Canada and Mexico online, with more regions to come down the line. The post Zara launching beauty range appeared first on Inside Retail.

How ingestibles brand Vida Glow is riding the next wave in health and beauty

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In less than eight years, Vida Glow has become a leading manufacturer of beauty ingestibles. Here, founder Anna Lahey discusses its overseas expansion, the state of the niche in the beauty sector, and why it’s a good time to enter airport-based retailers.

The Iconic highlights diversity in new beauty campaign

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Fashion and lifestyle platform The Iconic has launched its first beauty campaign “I am Iconic” to celebrate diversity in the beauty category. . The brand says it wants to celebrate beauty in all its forms and the new campaign introduces its definition of beauty. .

Adore Beauty records good growth, plans to launch skincare line

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Pureplay online retailer Adore Beauty has reported positive sales momentum in the first half of the financial year. Adore Beauty CEO Tennealle O’Shannessy said the company is executing a strategic plan that will accelerate growth and increase the lifetime value of customers. “We

NSW salon reopenings a thing of beauty

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After enduring over 100 days of lockdown in NSW, non-essential retail, beauty, and hair services finally reopened their doors last Monday, to excited consumers and clients. There is no vaccination mandate for non-essential retail workers, stylists or beauty therapists.

Wesfarmers eyes silver linings in subscription, health and beauty

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Additionally, Wesfarmers’ buy-up of health business Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (API) is almost complete, subject only to an investor vote, and Scott outlined the potential benefits this acquisition will have for the business.

Why Deciem is debunking clean beauty

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The rise of “clean beauty” in recent years, which has sparked an influx of “natural” and “vegan” products, is a trend that shows no sign of slowing down. In fact, the global clean beauty market is expected to reach US$11558.5

Adore Beauty’s impressive growth continues through first quarter

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Following a strong FY21 , Adore Beauty has hit the grownd running with revenue growth of 25 per cent throughout the first quarter of FY22. million while the beauty and lifestyle marketplace’s active customers grew 24 per cent to approximately 874,000.

Why beauty giants Adore Beauty and Mecca are focusing on men

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It’s no surprise that bigger beauty players, such as Mecca and Adore Beauty, are now targeting the sector as a potential growth category for them. One of these initiatives, O’Shannessy said, was a subset of the marketplace’s beauty podcast, Beauty I.Q.,

Adore Beauty to stock Lovehoney self-care range

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Australian e-commerce platform Adore Beauty is adding a range of adult self-care products from lingerie and erotic gifts brand Lovehoney, the site’s first foray into the category. The post Adore Beauty to stock Lovehoney self-care range appeared first on Inside Retail.

How cult US beauty brand Il Makiage is disrupting the beauty industry

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For decades, global beauty giants like L’Oréal and Estée Lauder have followed the same playbook: team up with movie stars and models and leverage their fame and desirability to drive sales. But cult US beauty brand Il Makiage has taken a different approach.

A tasty combo: When food and beauty collide

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The Asian beauty industry has always been ahead of the curve. From introducing the 10-step skincare routine to animal-themed sheet masks, micro beauty trends that started in South Korea, China and Thailand are now influencing beauty trends all over the world. C-beauty takeover.

Opinion: Say hello to the new face of beauty retail

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Many beauty retailers are reliant on physical experiences, but as we remain in lockdown, savvy brands are reimagining how to deliver new engaging experiences virtually by leveraging new technologies. Instead of a monthly facial, a weekly beauty treatment at home could now be your new habit.

Reinventing vitamins: Inside JS Health’s overseas expansion

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What started out as a personal blog for Jessica Sepel during her studies in health and nutrition over 10 years ago, laid the foundations for what is now leading wellness and lifestyle brand JSHealth. Taking health to the world.

Inside Australia’s $4 billion beauty manufacturing industry

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When most people think about the beauty manufacturing hubs of the world, there’s a good chance they’ll imagine Korea, France or Germany. However, Australia is home to a burgeoning beauty manufacturing industry creating some of the world’s favourite brands.

Redefining everyday beauty

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Restrictions during lockdown periods have resulted in at-home beauty alternatives and an increased focus on self-care. The new normal has led to new beauty regimes and habits, represented in the dynamic of growth and decline of the segments. Channel shift in beauty categories.

Adore Beauty rights ship in FY21 with revenue, customer and profit growth

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Adore Beauty has enjoyed a record maiden result, with revenue and active customers hitting peak levels throughout the business’ first year on the ASX, bringing the company into a positive position.

Let’s talk about sex: Why beauty giant Sephora is embracing sexual wellness

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Global beauty retailer Sephora is the latest retail giant to enter the sexual wellness category, following in the footsteps of Tesco, David Jones, Priceline, Walmart and others around the world. Sephora’s launch of intimate care sets the stage for the next chapter of sexual health.”

European beauty manufacturers face supply crisis amid Ukraine-Russia war

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European perfume- and cosmetics-makers face shortages of paper, glass, and some key oils and alcohols, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine adds further disruptions to the supply chains for beauty products, driving prices higher amid robust demand.

Demystifying beauty: A conversation with Deciem’s chief scientific officer

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Prudvi Mohan Kaka is chief scientific officer at global beauty giant, Deciem, parent company of cult brand The Ordinary, which is focused on no-fuss, science-based skincare products. What are some of the biggest challenges as a scientist in the beauty landscape right now?

Adore Beauty revenue rises, stock price plummets

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Health and beauty marketplace Adore Beauty has revealed revenue gains of 47 per cent to $39.4 billion beauty and personal care market in Australia through investment in brand awareness, furthering customer acquisition and retention.

Why Dermalogica believes in the beauty of bricks-and-mortar

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For over 30 years, we’ve constantly evolved to meet our consumers’ needs by delivering skin health results through education, innovation, and professional service recommendation. The post Why Dermalogica believes in the beauty of bricks-and-mortar appeared first on Inside Retail.

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

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From July 1, under new guidelines from the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), social media influencers will no longer be paid to promote health and beauty products using their own personal experience. The post What does the TGA’s health influencer ‘ban’ mean for business?

How online retailer Style Story is riding the K-beauty wave

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Style Story founder Lauren Lee discovered her love of Korean beauty products as an exchange student in 2011, which inspired her to launch her own e-commerce business back home in Brisbane, Australia. “On Before Covid hit, Lee would run regular K-beauty meet-ups to engage with her customers.

Wesfarmers bid to pick up Priceline owner API in health play succeeds

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According to Wesfarmers, the aim of the buy-up is to enable the conglomerate to enter the “growing health, wellbeing and beauty sector”. The post Wesfarmers bid to pick up Priceline owner API in health play succeeds appeared first on Inside Retail.

Gwyneth, gut health and glowing skin: Mecca launches wellness program

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In-depth conversations with Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Australian of the Year Grace Tame and new fertility and naturopathy services are all part of a new month-long wellness event from beauty giant, Mecca. Beauty retail in the time of coronavirus.

Lush: Why beauty needs to go beyond sustainability

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Sustainability has been on the radar of most beauty brands in recent years, but according to ethical beauty retailer Lush, now is the time for the industry to take a step further and work towards regeneration. “To per cent of this is used by the beauty industry. “In

SeraLabs garners distribution for its beauty and health lines

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Our formulations are derived from scientifically backed ingredients and marry problem-solving attributes with beautiful packaging that stands out on the shelf. The Seratopical Revolution line combines nature and science into a clean and nourishing line of beauty products, Duitch said.

Analysis: Inside the greatness that lies behind the Supergreat beauty app

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Beauty lovers around the world are seeking alternative ways to learn about new products, reviews and beauty routines from trusted sources. They can find all that at beauty e-commerce app Supergreat. Beauty fans are seeking genuine, unbiased product reviews.

VIDEO: This is what Oz Hair & Beauty’s founders learnt from their mum

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The post VIDEO: This is what Oz Hair & Beauty’s founders learnt from their mum appeared first on Inside Retail. Health & beauty Latest Professional Sectors Top Stories Anthony Nappa Guy Nappa hairdressers Oz Hair and Beauty Venessa Nappa

Why cosmetics-maker Atelier is launching ‘shark tank’ for beauty brands

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Australian beauty manufacturing network Atelier is giving one creative the opportunity to launch their own beauty, health or wellness brand through its ‘Meet Your Future’ campaign.

The bold and the virtual: Beauty trends for 2022

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The beauty industry had quite the rebound last year. The success of this category is truly the linchpin to the recovery of our industry, especially in the US, as it is the only country where makeup dominates sales,” NPD beauty industry adviser Larissa Jensen said.

Health & Wellness Products Win Over Customers

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Now, Electronics have dropped to the number four spot, and Clothing and Beauty / Personal Care have taken over the top two spots. Beauty and Personal Care — 49% online and 34% in-store. Today, they are seeking new ways to take control of their health and live a better life.

Trending Health & Beauty Products for the New Year

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The COVID-19 pandemic caused a huge surge in the health and beauty industry. According t o Deals on Health , the global beauty industry is worth $511 billion. PR Newswire reports that the global beauty industry is estimated to hit $717 billion by 2025.

Taking a Closer Look at Allowed Health and Beauty Ingredients in the EU and U.S.

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In this post, we will give a rundown on the several differences between the two markets in their health and beauty regulations. The post Taking a Closer Look at Allowed Health and Beauty Ingredients in the EU and U.S.

How beauty brand Face Halo clinched its Ulta deal

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It took many meetings, a lot of networking, and a big PR and media push for the Australian conscious beauty brand Face Halo to secure a full store roll-out at Ulta Beauty in the US. When we first started, they just weren’t ready to accept sustainable beauty,” Pike said.

Q&A: How Rationale is taking Australian luxury beauty to the world

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Last month, Australian luxury skincare brand Rationale launched its first two international boutiques in Singapore, under the wing of South Korean beauty giant Amorepacific, which invested in the company in 2020. The complete focus from Richard has always been on optimal skin health.

How fashionista Trinny Woodall created her own beauty empire

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Now the entrepreneur is at the helm of her own beauty brand, Trinny London, focused on making cosmetics easy to wear and accessible to everyone. We chat with Woodall about how her brand fills a gap in the beauty sector and connecting with customers through content.

Wake up to wellbeing: The continual rise of the health category

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Consumers’ expectations for the health benefits and sustainability of the products that make up their meals and snacks have never been higher. It’s not enough for products to be good for health, they also need to have a bigger, better impact on the planet or on society more broadly.

Blowdries and bubbles: what retailers can learn from beauty services

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In Sydney’s competitive hair and beauty landscape, Blow Bar Co’s blowdries and bubbles have become synonymous with special occasions and milestones. And more recently, the business partnered with luxury beauty brand Givenchy for its makeup applications.

Clean Health and Beauty Dips Its Toes Into Mainstream Retailers

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Rite Aid is introducing new natural health and beauty products that are clean and sustainable because that’s what consumers want, especially the company’s “growth-target consumer: millennial women.” Rite Aid Clean Beauty. It’s not just consumers’ health that’s at stake.