JD Beauty Group, a Hauppauge, N.Y.-based supplier of hair brush products, has been named the winner of the 2016 ECRM/Drug Store News Buyers Choice Award for its Wet Brush Pop Fold line of detangling brushes.
A pair of entrepreneurial moms from Colorado are finding success in the personal care products industry after creating a toxin-free line of kid's hair products made with plant-derived ingredients that are also GMO-, gluten- and allergen-free and come with an attainable price tag. (CNBC)
The new app taps into the product databases on boots.com with iPad, and uses its analytics to enable colleagues to easily make recommendations to customers as well as view item location and online inventory.
Headquartered in New York, Snow Phipps has overseen the deployment of over $1.7 billion of private equity capital and co-investments in 17 platform investments and over 25 add-on acquisitions since inception.
In addition to the 2,900 stores which will stock a wide assortment of healthy foods by year end, another 360 stores will receive significant additional enhancements to the layout of food, beauty and OTCs.
The latest nail craze all started when YouTube nail artist Cristine Rotenberg was challenged by her fans and followers to paint her nails with every single nail polish color she owns (more than 100 coats over 12 hours). She did it, and the results are three-dimensional and inspiring others to follow suit (Cosmopolitan).
Is your organization aligned with your top customers? What is valuable in the eyes of the retailer is very different today than it was yesterday. With that in mind, Drug Store News and Mack Elevation Forum will co-host the next edition of the jointly produced 10X Thought Leadership Series, “The Growth Summit – Ideas That Matter,” Aug. 5 in Boston, at the historic Villa Victoria Center for the Arts.
The report noted that 58% of Gen Z consumers would choose in-store purchases over online in order to see and feel the product, while 50% look to avoid shipping costs and 43% want to get the products faster.
Galderma, the makers of Cetaphil, is unveiling a limited-edition product display in partnership with the Children's Skin Disease Foundation (CSDF) and Camp Wonder, an initiative of the CSDF at 1,500 CVS stores.
Popular beauty-box company Birchbox is suspending its plans to open physical stores as the retailer tells The Wall Street Journal that an increase in competition and a chill in venture capital has left it short on cash. (The Wall Street Journal)