Cosmetics – Stef Mike Mon, 21 Nov 2022 06:00:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Cosmetics – Stef Mike 32 32 Walmart Q3: revenue increases by 8.7% Mon, 21 Nov 2022 06:00:35 +0000

THE WHAT? Walmart announced its results for the third quarter of the current fiscal year. The US retail giant reported revenue growth of 8.7% with strength in its various segments, Walmart US, Sam’s Club, Flipkart and Walmex. Total revenue was US$152.8 billion.

THE DETAILS Same-store sales for Walmart in the US grew 8.2%, and e-commerce 16%. The company continued to gain market share in groceries. However, consolidated gross profit decreased by 89 basis points, due to markdowns and sales mix in the United States.

THE WHY ? Doug McMillion, President and CEO, said, “We had a good quarter with strong revenue growth globally, less by Walmart and Sam’s Club US, as well as Flipkart and Walmex. Walmart US continued to gain market share in groceries, helped by unit growth in our food business. We significantly improved our inventory position in the third quarter and will continue to improve as the year ends. From The Big Billion Days in India, to our Deals for Days events in the United States, and a Thanksgiving meal that will cost the same as last year, we’re here to help make this time affordable and special for families all over the world. We have an incredible group of associates who make it all possible, and I want to thank you.

]]> Overwatch 2 Fans Offer Suggestions To Fix Cosmetic Unlock Issues Thu, 17 Nov 2022 18:29:00 +0000

Overwatch 2 fans have come up with a list of ideas that they think could potentially solve some of the biggest problems players are facing.

fans of Monitor 2 gathered on social media to express their dissatisfaction with the news regarding the prices of cosmetic items and to offer suggestions to the game developers on how to fix these issues to make the game more user-friendly. However Monitor 2 faced a fair share of criticism due to a list of flaws that have dogged the game since its launch in October, ongoing issues with cosmetic item availability and pricing remain among the biggest annoyances for most fans.


It’s no secret that Monitor 2, unlike its predecessor, is completely free for everyone on any platform. Although this allowed Monitor 2account to reach an all-time high, it doesn’t change the fact that the game is plagued by many of the same shortcomings that are commonly seen in other free-to-play games. Specifically, it’s the accessibility and price of cosmetics that seem to be one of the biggest complaints from the community right now. While the original game allowed players to earn free loot boxes as they progressed, this mechanic was completely removed in the sequel in favor of a new shop section that allows players to purchase from a rotating selection of skins and bundles, with a premium battle pass available. to start.

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Fans on sites like Reddit, Twitter, YouTube, and beyond have made clear their disappointment since the game’s release with the high prices of cosmetics and the inability to reliably acquire them for free. While it’s sadly common to find little more than loud, unconstructive anger on online forums, many helpful players have chosen to create their own ideas for how the game and its systems could be improved. A player named -ShyLuna- on Reddit came up with his own tweaks, resulting in the idea of ​​increasing Overwatch Coin rewards from weekly challenges and possibly even introducing a mechanic that would allow players to trade with each other. .

Currently, completing Weekly Challenges provides the only method to acquire Overwatch Coins for free, but the amounts rewarded are so small that Monitor 2 players calculated that it would take over 33 weeks to unlock a single Legendary skin if they relied solely on weekly challenge rewards.

Of course, many different players suggest many different solutions to the monetization problem. Many players are uncomfortable with the prospect of adding a trading mechanism, as such a feature is feared to encourage account theft and fraud. However, many players believe that Monitor 2 will have to adapt its prices if we want to maintain the interest of the players. Blizzard continues to provide fixes throughout Season 1, but it remains to be seen if they will listen to player feedback regarding cosmetic availability.

Monitor 2 is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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Evonik launches commercial scale production of ceramides Mon, 14 Nov 2022 16:50:37 +0000

Evonik began manufacturing commercial quantities of ceramides – a special class of lipids – at its site in Dossenheim near Heidelberg in Germany.

Maximizing capacity utilization at the Dossenheim site provides Evonik with additional flexibility and security of supply, including increased independence from other supply routes, to meet growing market demand for ceramides personal care.

In-house ceramide production strengthens Evonik’s position as a leading provider of ceramide system solutions. These combine ceramides with Evonik’s delivery systems and formulations to provide customers with high-value solutions tailored to their unique needs. This strengthens the company’s position in active ingredients.

“The extension of our internal ceramide production capacity allows us to meet the demand of our strategic customers who have minimum volume commitments and very long-term agreements with us. We are also in a strong position to provide other customers with the flexibility and security they need,” said Johann-Caspar Gammelin, Head of Nutrition & Care Division at Evonik. “This strategic decision is our latest contribution to realizing our vision at Nutrition & Care: life at heart, systems at heart, partners at your fingertips.”

Ceramides, an integral part of system solutions for customers

Ceramides are an integral part of many system solutions for customers in the cosmetics industry. System solutions are multi-component offerings spanning products, technologies and services that are tailored to a unique customer need and often have proven sustainability benefits. As an entry point into a world of consulting, application expertise and customer service, System Solutions ensures that Evonik is the preferred partner for customers. By establishing in-house production of ceramides, Evonik is accelerating the transition of its life sciences division, Nutrition & Care, which aims to increase its share of System Solutions from 20% today to 50% by 2030.

Ceramides are a special class of lipids. As cosmetic ingredients, their effect has been scientifically proven and is intensely promoted by the cosmetic industry. The ceramides market offers tremendous opportunities with an increasing number of applications in skin care, hair care, sun care, color cosmetics, advanced food additives and animal care. The active ingredient delivery system is crucial for the effect of ceramides, which transports the active ingredients to the correct layers of the skin.

The Care Solutions portfolio for cosmetics and personal care is based on a deep understanding of complex systems, enabling the creation of science-based solutions. The portfolio includes sensory ingredients that enable the design of exciting textures, active ingredients and delivery systems that support efficacy claims, and preservatives to prevent product degradation. As part of Evonik’s growth division, Nutrition & Care, Care Solutions is guided by a vision that places sustainability, innovation and collaboration at its core.

Estée Lauder nears $2.8bn deal to buy out Tom Ford – FT Fri, 11 Nov 2022 18:50:00 +0000

Nov 11 (Reuters) – Estee Lauder Cos Inc (EL.N) is set to strike a deal to buy Tom Ford for around $2.8 billion including debt, beating competition from a number of others interested in acquiring the luxury fashion brand, the Financial Times reported on Friday, citing people briefed on the matter.

The luxury brand, founded by fashion designer Tom Ford, entered into exclusive negotiations with Estee Lauder this week and a deal could be announced as early as Monday, the FT reported.

The acquisition of Tom Ford would be the largest and the latest in a series of Estee deals, including the full takeover of Canadian beauty group Deciem for around $1 billion in 2021, according to the FT report.

Estee Lauder and Tom Ford did not immediately respond to Reuters requests for comment.

Estee shares rose about 4% in afternoon trading.

Earlier in August, The Wall Street Journal reported that Estee was in talks to acquire the luxury brand in what could be a $3 billion deal.

Le Journal later reported that French luxury group Kering (PRTP.PA) was also in advanced talks to buy the fashion brand, in competition with Estée.

Tom Ford is known for its menswear, but also has womenswear, handbags, cosmetics and fragrances in its product line.

The move could help lipstick maker MAC bolster its luxury business which is already home to high-end fragrances and skincare products.

U.S. luxury and beauty companies like Ralph Lauren (RL.N) and Estee have so far shrugged off the impact of inflation as wealthier shoppers continue to splurge on clothing and accessories. high end shoes.

Reporting by Ananya Mariam Rajesh in Bengaluru; Editing by Anil D’Silva

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Artificial intelligence (AI) in the beauty and cosmetics market Tue, 08 Nov 2022 10:31:00 +0000

Artificial intelligence (AI) in the beauty and cosmetics market

The global Artificial Intelligence (AI) in beauty and cosmetics market is estimated to reach over USD 13.34 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 19.7% during the forecast period.

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AI technologies have penetrated several industries in recent years and are expected to grow in the coming years. The beauty industry is experiencing a digital shift as the world emerges from the pandemic. The ability of AI technology to adapt to individual consumers and their distinct beauty demands makes it so valuable to beauty companies. Deep learning algorithms are powering AI beauty technology to help companies deliver personalization at scale to consumers. With these technologies, each customer can virtually test the products and receive a personalized product regimen. To stay competitive in the market, most beauty companies are already using AI in their strategy. Since AI has become more prevalent in skincare and beauty solutions, an increasing number of cosmetics companies are embracing virtual technology, as it provides an additional layer of analysis and virtual testing that helps the customer to make the most suitable purchase possible. The increasing use of artificial intelligence among beauty businesses, along with the introduction of more customer-centric technologies to build digital infrastructure, are expected to present significant growth opportunities over the forecast period.

Businesses are embracing technological advancements in their plans to stay competitive in the market by providing individualized products and services. Growing customer preferences for personalized solutions, increasing technical advancements across the beauty industry, and increased use of augmented reality (AR) in the beauty industry are some of the major drivers that are expected to drive the market over the projected period. Rising frequency of skin diseases, along with growing demand for anti-aging treatments, are likely to drive the market growth. The Covid-19 outbreak has changed consumer buying habits in the beauty and cosmetics industries. However, the market is further driven by the growing demand for personalized beauty and cosmetic products, as well as the rapid development of the e-commerce industry.

North America is expected to have the highest revenue share of artificial intelligence (AI) in the beauty and cosmetics market by 2030. This high share can be attributed to positive government initiatives encouraging the use of AI in the beauty industry. Growing technology-led research and innovation is driving the adoption of new technologies in beauty industries, which is likely to fuel regional growth. The overall market in North American countries has been boosted by the development of new products and an increasing number of start-ups have focused on bringing new and improved items to consumers. In Asia-Pacific, the market is expected to grow at a rapid rate during the forecast period. This expansion is due to the expansion of digitization and the dramatic increase in investment in artificial intelligence in the beauty industry.

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List of Top Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Beauty and Cosmetics Market Players:
L’Oreal (Modiface, Hair Coach)
Olay (skin care app)
Shiseido (Optune system)
CRIXlabs (DBA Quantified Skin)
Procter & Gamble (optical wand)
Your skin care
My Beauty Matches
EpigenCare Inc.
my skin
Luna Fofo
See again
Youth Laboratories
pure and mine
Glory Skin Care
New Kinpo group
Perfect company
Symrise (Philyra)
Function of Beauty LLC
Coty Inc. (Rimmel)
Estee Lauder
Sephora USA, Inc. (virtual artist)
spicy beauty
Polyfins Technology Inc.

• In September 2022, JCPenney, in collaboration with Revive, will launch an artificial intelligence (AI) skincare advisor and hyper-real augmented reality (AR) makeup try-on technology to personalize the experience of customer purchase. Through this collaboration, JCPenney strengthens its position as the go-to shopping destination both in-store and online.
• In July 2022, L’Oréal partnered with the Nasscom Center of Excellence (CoE) to develop and deploy emerging technologies for use in the company’s business operations. The collaborative initiative will investigate possible applications of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality, virtual reality, mixed reality, etc. for the cosmetic or dermatological industries. He would help L’Oréal with new product development, consumer reviews, personalization and process optimization.
• In May 2022, Proven Skincare will launch a personalized eye cream duo that contains a personalized daytime eye cream and a personalized nighttime eye cream. Proven Skincare will raise $60 million in a Settlement A round under the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2021. These funds will be used to invest in more innovation and AI talent, to increase national marketing efforts and worldwide for its existing items and to invest in new product lines and categories.
• In April 2022, Revieve® and Shiseido collaborated to launch a new beauty innovation in the makeup category. Shiseido’s commitment to beauty innovation is combined with Revive’s AI Selfie analysis, AI-powered personalized recommendations, and realistic virtual try-on technologies to deliver the first expert experience digital cosmetics in the world.

Segmentation of artificial intelligence (AI) in the beauty and cosmetics market –
By service/product
• Personalized recommendation tools
• Performance marketing measurement platforms
• Demand forecasting and supply chain tools
• Real-time customer service platforms
• AI-powered beauty devices
By end use
• Skin care
Hair care
• To put on makeup
• Perfumes
• Others
By region-
North America-
• United States
• Canada
• Mexico
• Germany
• Great Britain
• France
• Italy
• Spain
• Rest of Europe
Asia Pacific-
• China
• Japan
• India
• South Korea
• South East Asia
• Rest of Asia-Pacific
Latin America-
• Brazil
• Argentina
• Rest of Latin America
Middle East and Africa-
• GCC countries
• South Africa
• Rest of the Middle East and Africa

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6 Times Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Cosmetics Team Exposed Appalling Working Conditions Sat, 05 Nov 2022 23:20:08 +0000

At just 18 years old, Kylie Jenner launched her first business, Kylie Cosmetics.

Since its inception in 2015, the brand, which started out as Kylie Lip Kits before morphing into a full-fledged makeup conglomerate, has transformed Jenner into a global phenomenon.

During an August 2022 interview with E! News, Jenner said launching a brand with her own products was a no-brainer decision.

“I think that was at the core of my makeup obsession,” Jenner said. “That’s what made me love makeup so much, the self-expression behind it, and the creativity.”

Since launching the company, Jenner has expanded it and brought in many people to work for her, but what’s it like working for the mogul?

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Here are 6 of the worst conditions Kylie Cosmetics staff have faced:

1. Staff have been banned from watching Kylie Jenner.

A former employee who worked for Kylie Cosmetics has revealed that staff members weren’t allowed to watch the reality star.

Martha Molasco worked at the factory from 2015 to 2017 after being hired by a temp agency and said there were strict rules for employees when Jenner was there.