Personal Care – Stanley Beauty Care Sat, 15 Jan 2022 07:30:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Personal Care – Stanley Beauty Care 32 32 A ‘sign of the times’ at the grocery store | Business Sat, 15 Jan 2022 06:00:00 +0000

In the future, those pushing a cart through the aisles of a local grocery store may find more than stockers and other shoppers.

Hy-Vee has announced plans to introduce its own, possibly armed, security guards to stores in the company’s eight-state service territory. The Hy-Vee store security team will be “trained to de-escalate situations and equipped to protect the safety of Hy-Vee customers and employees,” the company said in a statement.

The Des Moines, Iowa-based company issued a press release in late December, but declined to make an official store available for further comment.

A spokeswoman for the store told the Monks Register that the guards would have “the same tools as third-party security guards and off-duty law enforcement officers.” A photo showed Hy-Vee guards equipped with pistols, Tasers and body cameras.

Hy-Vee, like many retail stores, is already working with third-party contractors and off-duty police to provide security in its stores. Hy-Vee’s initiative will make the company’s own security guards available during all business hours, according to the press release.

sergeant. Roy Hoskins, who works in crime prevention for the St. Joseph Police Department, said most large retail stores have sophisticated loss prevention and security operations, from cameras to employees making sure customers do not skip the line at self-checkouts. Much of this effort happens behind the scenes. Hy-Vee’s security employees would be much more visible.

“I think it’s a sign of the times,” Hoskins said. “A lot of places are going in that direction. I think it will definitely impact the level of flying there.

The grocery chain would not be the first entity to call in armed security guards. In 2014, security personnel at the current Mosaic Life Care were permitted to carry firearms. In 2007, Missouri Western State University campus police began carrying guns.

One of the issues for the private security industry may be the inconsistency of training and background, compared to law enforcement officers licensed with a police department or sheriff.

Hy-Vee said it would subject its guards to training designed by its own security and law enforcement partners.

“These officers will provide another layer of safety and security for our customers,” Hy-Vee President and Chief Operating Officer Jeremy Gosch said in a statement provided by the company.

Mosaic and Western employ security personnel with prior law enforcement experience.

In St. Joseph, the city licenses 12 separate private security companies to operate at various businesses and other locations in the city. The Ordinance Code gives the Chief of Police some regulatory authority over private security, although it is unclear what this entails.

A bill in the Missouri Legislature seeks to take a more statewide approach. Bill 1527 would require private security guards to register with the state and meet minimum training and certification standards.

Hoskins said his personal view is that more standardization of training and background may become necessary if private security ranks continue to grow.

“I don’t know if they’re going through anything like what we’re going through with the police academy, on-the-job training and annual training, but I’d like to think they can take some steps to train people properly. “, did he declare.

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks private security as the 16th fastest growing occupation that does not require a college degree. Health care aides are expected to experience the strongest job growth among occupations that do not require a degree.

In figures: 3 out of 4 job offers are “hard to fill” | News Thu, 13 Jan 2022 23:00:00 +0000

The latest results from the Oregon Department of Employment Vacancy Survey show that private employers in Oregon reported 103,000 job vacancies between October and December 2021.

In tight labor markets, employers tend to layer the signs of help sought with other efforts such as referral incentives, signing bonuses, posting on online job boards, and collaboration with recruiters outside their immediate geographical area.

Although this is a slight decrease (-4%) from the record of 107,000 job openings reported in the summer of 2021, employers are still actively recruiting for 88% more job openings compared to the end of 2020.

Hiring demand between October and December 2021 was widespread across Oregon’s economy. Five different sectors had at least 10,000 vacancies. They included health care and social assistance; construction; retail business; leisure and hospitality; and manufacturing.

Employers also reported near-record difficulty filling vacancies. Three in four job openings (76%) were identified as hard to fill in the fall. In Oregon and the United States, there are more job vacancies than unemployed. For every seven unemployed, there are 10 job offers. There simply aren’t enough workers for this near-record number of job openings.

Oregon’s private healthcare sector reported even greater difficulties, with nine out of 10 job openings (87%) identified by employers as hard to fill between October and December. Oregon’s healthcare sector has both the most job openings (16,000) and the most hard-to-fill vacancies (13,900) in the state. Health care aides, practical nurses and registered nurses accounted for the majority (57%) of hard-to-fill healthcare vacancies.

Each quarter, the Oregon Department of Employment surveys private employers in all industries and regions of the state to ask them what vacancies they are actively trying to fill. Oregon businesses reported nearly 102,900 job vacancies in fall 2021 (fourth quarter). The total number of job postings decreased by 4% from summer and increased by 88% from fall 2020. The high volume of job postings in the fall follows a two record quarters: 107,000 vacancies in summer 2021 and 97,800 in spring 2021.

Before the pandemic, the record was 66,600 vacancies in the summer of 2017. The high level of vacancies is not unique to Oregon right now. The number of private sector job openings in the United States stood at 8,995,000 in April 2021, 10,700,000 in July and 10,600,000 in October, significantly beating the previous high of October 2018 (7 055,000).

The unemployment-to-vacancy ratio reached record highs in the fall of 2021 as the economy continued to recover from the COVID-19 recession. The number of unemployed has declined rapidly since the spring 2020 surge with pandemic-related layoffs in both Oregon and the United States. Nationally, unemployment increased by 17 million between January 2020 and April 2020, when the number of unemployed people in the United States reached 23.1 million.

The number of private sector job openings in the United States, as measured by the Job Openings and Job Rotation Survey, decreased by 2.3 million between January 2020 and April 2020, which translates into a ratio of more than five unemployed for each job offer. As pandemic spikes and restrictions eased, in October 2021 job openings in the United States rose to 10.6 million and the number of unemployed fell to 6.9 million, giving a ratio of 0.7 unemployed per job offer.

In Oregon, the ratio increased further in the spring of 2020 as the number of unemployed increased, resulting in 5.8 unemployed workers for every job vacancy, similar to the ratio measured in early 2013 as the state recovered. of the Great Recession. However, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic was very rapid, spreading rapidly through the labor market and pushing the economy from full employment to deep recession in just a few months.

The ratio has steadily improved since the initial peak in spring 2020. In October 2021, Oregon’s unemployed count fell further and the number of job vacancies increased significantly, leaving 0.7 unemployed per job opening , compared to 1.3 unemployed per job offer. in spring 2021 and 1.0 in summer 2021.

Vacancy rate

Most openings in the fall were for full-time, permanent positions. Higher than high school education was required for 32% of job vacancies in the fall. Health care and social assistance topped the industry list in the fall, with 27,700 vacancies. This is the sector with the most vacancies 22 of the last 24 quarters. The construction industry had the second highest number of vacancies of any industry, with 11,100 vacancies.

Hiring demand was widespread across all industries and occupations. Five industries had more than 10,000 vacancies in the fall: health care and social assistance; construction; retail trade (10,800); leisure and hospitality (10,600); and manufacturing (10,500). A majority of employers in every industry said their vacancies were hard to fill. Overall, 76% of vacancies were considered hard to fill.

Employers reported vacancies in 270 different occupations. The occupations with the most vacancies in fall 2021 included retail salespersons (5,100 vacancies), health care aides (4,400), truck drivers (3,900) and health care aides (3,000).

By industry

The average starting salary reported in summer was $21.22, an inflation-adjusted 14% increase from fall 2020. last fall. The number of vacancies offering a starting salary of less than $15 per hour decreased by 16% during the year. The number of vacancies offering between $15 and $25 per hour increased by 213%, and vacancies paying more than $25 per hour increased by 252%.

Fall vacations were spread across the state, with the Portland Tri-County area accounting for about 42%. Vacancies increased during the year in all regions of the state, with the largest gains in northwest Oregon and Lane County.

Jobs by geography

More details on job vacancies in Oregon are also available on, on the publications page under Job Vacancy Survey.

Anna Johnson is a senior economic analyst at the Oregon Department of Employment. She can be reached at 503-991-2110 or

Mensa Brands acquires the “Florona” personal care label Wed, 12 Jan 2022 10:44:31 +0000

Mensa Brands, a technology-driven “House of Brands” designed for the e-commerce industry, has acquired Florona, a personal care and aromatherapy brand aimed at markets in the United States and Canada.

Mensa recently became India’s fastest unicorn and the second fastest in the world, raising $ 135 million in Series B funding.

“The natural personal care market is growing exponentially across the world and together we are building a leading brand in the segment. We are confident that with our technology, operations and digital branding expertise, we can multiply the brand tenfold over the next 5 years, ”said Ananth Narayanan, Founder and CEO of Mensa Brand.

Florena offers more than 70 types of natural oils, including essential oils for diffusers and cold-pressed vegetable oils.

“I think now is the perfect time to build a world class personal care brand in India and with the Mensa team we are ready to achieve our goal. Ananth and the entire Mensa team have been very helpful in integrating us and sharing our philosophy of putting the customer experience first, ”said Aayush Gupta, Founder of Florona.

Mensa Brands is building a technology-driven brand house by investing and developing digital brands in various categories including fashion and apparel, home and garden, beauty and personal care.

Global Home Care Ingredients Markets, 2021-2026 Mon, 10 Jan 2022 22:15:00 +0000

DUBLIN, January 10, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The “Home Care Ingredients Market – Global Outlook and Forecasts 2021-2026” report has been added to offer.

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The study examines a detailed scenario of the current home care ingredients market and its market dynamics for the period 2021-2026. It covers a detailed overview of several factors, restraints and growth trends in the market. The report presents both demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and reviews the top companies and other leading companies operating in the market.

The main suppliers to the home care ingredients market are BASF Group, DOW, Evonik Industries, Clariant and Arkema.

The growth of the market is attributed to rising living standards, increasing disposable income, rapid urbanization and substantial government investment. Moreover, the home care industry is governed by regulatory bodies, with an increasing demand for cleaning products made with natural ingredients, all of which are driving the growth of the global home care ingredients market. COVID 19 has also had a positive impact on the home care ingredients industry.

In addition, the pandemic has radically changed the perception of hygiene and cleanliness among people. Nowadays when infectious diseases have become very prevalent, consumers are developing cleaning as a practice to maintain health and hygiene.


Consumers are now looking for fundamental solutions from brands that are both safe for them and for the environment. Personal care products that contain harmful chemicals and have side effects are increasingly avoided. This is driving the demand in the global personal care ingredients market.

India is an evolving market for most international and local investors due to favorable government regulations, increasing purchasing power, etc. All of this has enabled customers to purchase premium cleaning products for home maintenance.


In the home care ingredients market, a surfactant is a dominant product, accounting for over 70% of the market share in 2020. With the growing demand for high quality, skin-friendly products, the demand for bio-based surfactants such as detergents, soaps and other cleaning products is on the increase.

Online sales are growing at a tremendous rate and although they contribute little to the overall market revenue today, they are expected to become significant in the next few years, due to the huge digital transformation taking place around the world. . Manufacturers launch their products online on e-commerce websites such as Amazon, Alibaba and many others, each individual purchase can be attracted.


North America: After the pause that COVID-19 caused in infrastructure projects in the region, all residential and non-residential projects have finally resumed. Demand for greenhouses and government investment in construction of non-residential projects are expected to drive demand for home care products.

APAC: APAC represents the largest market for home care ingredients with China, India, and Japan being the main generator of income. In India, the “Make in IndiaAnd the recently launched “Vocal for Local” campaign are expected to boost the country’s emergence as a leading market for home care ingredients.


  • Growing demand for organic and sustainable ingredients for cleaning products

  • High consumption base in APAC

  • Growing demand for multifunctional ingredients

  • Growing consumer awareness of health and hygiene

  • Growing penetration of digitalization in the ingredients of home care

  • Phosphate-free formulation is gaining momentum

Key suppliers

  • BASF

  • DOW

  • Evonik Industries

  • clarifying

  • Arkema

Other important suppliers

  • Angus Chemical Company

  • Lonza

  • The Lubrizol company

  • Solvay

  • Croda International Plc

  • Huntsman International

  • Univar Solutions

  • Ashland

  • Nouryon

  • Wacker Chemie SA

  • Innospec

  • Stepan Company

  • Corbion

  • Oxiteno

  • Galactic surfactants

  • Givaudan

  • Colonial chemistry

  • Alzo International

  • Aarti surfactants

Main topics covered:

1 Research methodology

2 Research objectives

3 Research process

4 Scope and coverage
4.1 Market definition
4.2 Reference year
4.3 Scope of the study

5 Report assumptions and caveats
5.1 Key caveats
5.2 Currency conversion
5.3 Market derivation

6 Market overview

7 Presentation
7.1 Overview
7.2 Supplier analysis
7.3 Key information
7.4 Certification
7.5 Value chain analysis
7.5.1 Information on raw material suppliers
7.5.2 Ingredient Manufacturers and Application Specialists
7.5.3 Consumers
7.6 Impact of Covid-19
7.7 Perspectives from industry experts
7.8 Industry FAQs
7.8.1 How will the home care ingredients market behave in the future?
7.8.2 Which cleaning ingredients registered the highest revenue share and fastest growing in 2020-2026?
7.8.3 Which end-use segment generates the highest revenue for home care ingredient suppliers?
7.8.4 What is the largest regional market for home care ingredients?
7.8.5 Who are the major players operating in the home care ingredients market?

8 Growth opportunity by segment
8.1 Ingredient
8.2 Distribution channel
8.3 End use
8.4 Geography

9 Market opportunities and trends
9.1 Growing demand for organic and sustainable ingredients
9.2 High consumption base in APAC
9.3 Growing Demand for Multifunctional Ingredients

10 market growth catalysts
10.1 Increasing consumer awareness of health and hygiene
10.2 Growing penetration of digitization
10.3 Phosphate-free formulations gain ground

11 Market restrictions
11.1 Toxicity caused by surfactants
11.2 Fragmented regional and global market

12 Market landscape
12.1 Market overview
12.2 Market Size and Forecast
12.3 Analysis of the five forces
12.3.1 Threat of new entrants
12.3.2 Bargaining power of suppliers
12.3.3 Bargaining power of buyers
12.3.4 Threat of Substitutes
12.3.5 Competitive Rivalry

13 Ingredient
13.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver
13.2 Market overview
13.3 Surfactant
13.4 Polymer
13.5 Enzyme
13.6 Perfume

14 Distribution channel
14.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver
14.2 Market overview
14.3 Offline
14.4 Online

15 End use
15.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver
15.2 Market overview
15.3 Laundry care
15.4 Dish care
15.5 Hard surface cleaners
15.6 Others

16 Geography
16.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver
16.2 Geographic overview

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ElderGrow Helps Seniors Communities Create Indoor Kitchen Gardens and Craft Projects | Home & Garden Sun, 09 Jan 2022 10:00:00 +0000

Betty Rutt never lets freezing temperatures, pouring rain, or the scorching sun interfere with her love of gardening. The 93-year-old tends to grow sage, saffron and other fragrant all-weather herbs in the warmth of an indoor garden on wheels located in Brethren Village, a retirement community in Lititz.

“It gets me out of my room,” says Rutt, who remembers starting a garden on her husband’s farm in Donegal Township as a newlywed years ago. This mobile collection of African blue basil, rosemary, bronze fennel, lavender, and other aromatic herbs is typically found in the first floor living room of the retirement community personal care building, which houses approximately 80 residents. .

At Legend of Lancaster in Manor Township, another senior community, Jackie Gribble grows her own coleus, a colorful herb, from cuttings from that community’s mobile garden. That way, 82-year-old Gribble can garden in his room in the centre’s memory care building along with some of the other 30 residents of the 6ft by 4ft garden cart.

“I love to garden and I love my friends,” Gribble explains. She grew up in Yorkshire, England, and remembers planting trees in her garden there.

Giving Rutt and Gribble a daily destination is just one perk of Seattle-based ElderGrow, which offers therapeutic and culinary garden programs for seniors in approximately 300 retirement communities in 23 states.

“I want to support people in this chapter of their lives,” says Orla Concannon, who started the company as part of an MBA class project at the University of Washington graduate school. The business plan won a few cash prizes, providing Concannon with the money to launch ElderGrow on Earth Day in 2015. The company now employs around 13 people.

“Serving seniors is a passion,” she says, explaining that a close relationship with her grandmother, who died at age 99, provided a personal look at the ongoing care and activities for the elderly. “Because of her, I feel like seniors are often overlooked,” says Concannon.

For example, the business owner said she saw beautiful plants, gardens and landscapes in retirement communities, but also noticed how few residents were able to cope with the lush greenery due to mobility issues. and weather.

Concannon also cites research that shows therapeutic gardening can reduce depression, lower the risk of dementia, improve balance, and lower blood pressure.

Herbs from Brethren Village’s ElderGrow Edible Garden added a fresh element to these fluffy egg cups.

A multisensory experience

The ElderGrow Culinary Garden provides herbs, recipes and monthly activities to retirement communities. Therapeutic Gardens add real ElderGrow gardeners who run programs twice a month.

Angie Martin from Manor Township is one of them. She is ElderGrow’s Client Success Manager and Garden Coach, overseeing culinary gardens across much of the East Coast and Texas. She helps retirees in the community manage their gardens.

Martin also runs the Therapeutic Garden Program at the Legend Campuses in Lancaster and Lititz, where she helps residents nurture a garden that offers experiences with the five senses.

First, garden participants study how a herb looks and learn about the plant’s country or region of origin, listening to each other and with Martin. Participants then touch their own sample of the herb, crumbling it between their fingers to touch it and access the aroma. Gardeners can also enjoy delicacies made with this herb, like hot sage tea, or corn and bean succotash, or a cocktail called Lavender Bees Knees, made with gin and infused honey syrup. lavender. Also, art projects include decorating the tops of painted pumpkins with herbs or making corn husk dolls.

“It’s an amazing job to do,” says Martin, who learned gardening from his Mennonite family. She talks about the people of Legend who recited poems on trees or created “spider” plants with black pipe cleaners for Halloween.

“It improves the quality and quantity of life for residents,” she said.

Esther Miller agrees.

“ElderGrow has a history and reputation of success with people in memory care,” says Miller, who coordinates Life Enrichment at Legend of Lancaster. “It’s a good hour of learning.

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Susan Miller, Therapeutic Recreation Manager at Brethren Village / Village Manor Personal Care, stands in front of an edible garden used for kitchen projects as part of the ElderGrow program.

Susan Miller has the same feeling in Brethren Village. She receives coaching from Martin to run a culinary garden. “We wanted to provide residents with an activity that reduces depression and improves motor skills,” Miller notes. Frères started his garden this fall. Area Legend campuses began working with ElderGrow in 2018.

January brings Scotland and winter savory herbs to Lancaster County’s ElderGrow programs. Resident gardeners will study British culture and make a herbal salt. They can also try cock-a-leekie soup, a Scottish dish made with leeks and salted broth. Plans for February include Cuban oregano which will help fill bags with potpourri.

It works for founder Concannon.

“I wanted to find a way to bring nature inside and improve the quality of life,” she says. “I am convinced that humans, at any age, can continue to grow. “

Winnipeg personal care homes hit by COVID-19 outbreaks as number of cases continues to skyrocket Sat, 08 Jan 2022 01:14:00 +0000

COVID-19 is hitting personal care homes at the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, with 19 outbreaks reported Thursday.

This is an increase from the eight outbreaks reported in personal care homes on Dec. 31, according to a spokesperson for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

“It hit the staff hard,” said Laurie Cerqueti, CEO of The Saul and Claribel Simkin Center.

Laurie Cerqueti, CEO of the Saul and Claribel Simkin Center, said 29 staff members and one resident tested positive for COVID-19 in the past two weeks. (photography by BARRY MALLIN)

Croqueti says the personal care home, which is currently in the midst of an outbreak, had more staff tests positive for COVID-19 in one week than in a seven-week outbreak in 2020.

She says while almost all of the staff at the home are doubly vaccinated, 29 have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past two weeks or so. Currently, one resident has COVID-19.

She says the rapid increase in the number of cases among employees has left them short on staff, without additional support from Manitoba Shared Health.

“It’s kind of a situation where everyone has to participate and help,” she said.

Cerqueti says she thinks no one is doing something wrong, but believes the number of staff cases shows how contagious the Omicron variant is.

“Really, the staff has been varied,” said Cerqueti, who estimates there are around 250 total employees at the house. “There hasn’t been one department more affected than the other.”

Volunteers lend a helping hand

Staff, volunteers and designated caregivers are doing their best to handle the situation, she says, but must prioritize what is done due to recent staff shortages. That means bedding can only be changed if it’s dirty, beds may not be made, and residents may be given a sponge bath instead of a tub, she says.

Cerqueti says some staff may return to work this week, which means the house is in a better position right now than it was last weekend: “At the moment we are stable but , like I said, that could change tomorrow. “

A spokesperson for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority said in a statement that staff shortages due to illness and isolation requirements affect most health facilities in Winnipeg.

“We are monitoring the situation closely and we continue to meet regularly with PCH operators and to assess and process all requests for assistance to the best of our ability given the system-wide shortages,” the authority said. in a press release on Friday.

Cerqueti says that when her team reached out for help through Shared Health’s Provincial Recruitment and Redeployment Team (PRRT) around December 31, she was given the name of someone who was not. available to start work only a week later.

“We have reached out and unfortunately there is not a lot of availability to send staff… because the pandemic is now hitting the entire healthcare sector very hard,” Cerqueti said.

A spokesperson for Manitoba Shared Health said in a statement that the PRRT “reviews staff support requests from across the province and maintains a list of health care workers available to work on an occasional basis in various roles.”

Actionmarguerite reports an epidemic

The statement said 39 staff have been deployed to personal care homes since early December.

“Contingency planning continues to identify, assess and respond to system needs, including services and sites that may need additional support. Decisions are made based on clinical criteria by experts working across the health system, ”the spokesperson said.

On Monday, CBC News reported that Actionmarguerite, which operates three Winnipeg nursing homes, recently had at least 18 employees and 18 residents tested positive for COVID-19.

In an article posted on the nursing home’s website, the organization’s CEO issued a warning last Sunday, stating “As we enter a third year of this pandemic, we can say that this has been the peak period. more difficult to date “.

A spokesperson for the WRHA told CBC News earlier this week that staff have been redeployed to help with outbreaks at Actionmarguerite sites.

The CEO and director of care at the Winnipeg convalescent home said an outbreak of COVID-19 was declared there on Thursday.

Sharon Wilms says they first suspected there was a case of COVID-19 a few days ago and by Thursday three residents and five staff had tested positive.

While she anticipates they will have more staff cases, she says for now that they are managing.

“Unfortunately I had two nurses and, you know, they’re a vital part of our care for the residents,” Wilms said. “Yeah, it had an impact, but like I said, we have a great staff here and they’ve put in extra hours, they’ve taken on extra shifts.”

Manitoba makes take-out and self-administered rapid tests available at provincial testing sites, depending on the province. (David Horemans / CBC)

Cerqueti says she would like to see faster tests provided at the care home so staff can use them before going into work: “I think we all dread being the one who could bring COVID here and pass it on. to a colleague or resident “

A spokesperson for the province said Friday that “staff in personal care homes have access to rapid antigen testing when they are symptomatic to allow a safe return to work, and for asymptomatic staff when they are symptomatic. personal is close family contact of a positive COVID Case. “

]]> Growve raises $ 225 million in funding Tue, 04 Jan 2022 23:11:25 +0000

to grow, a St. Petersburg, Florida-based brand aggregator specializing in the acquisition, operation and growth of world-class omnichannel brands in the supplements and active nutrition, home and leisure industries, Beauty and Personal Care, Lifestyle Food and Pet Care and Nutrition, raised an additional $ 205 million in financing after modifying and increasing its existing senior credit facility.

Nine financial institutions led by Truist Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, NA and Bank of America, NA, participated in the deal, which follows the announcement of a $ 175 million credit facility six months earlier for a total borrowing capacity of up to $ 380 million.

Immediately prior to this senior loan expansion, Growve also finalized the closing of a $ 20 million equipment line through Truist to fund its organic growth and vertical integration strategy.

Led by CEO Dave Bunch, Growve is a brand aggregator specializing in the acquisition, operation and growth of world-class brands in the supplements and active nutrition, home and leisure, health and wellness industries. beauty and personal care, lifestyle foods and pet care and nutrition. Its team of over 500 people derives its value from brand aggregation and growth through in-house expertise in market management, digital marketing, creative services, innovation, distribution, retail, manufacturing, chain management. procurement, regulation and accounting. The company’s portfolio includes 26 brands and hundreds of unique products.



]]> Top Companies 2021 Cosmetic Butter Market Size Analysis and Forecast to 2028 Mon, 03 Jan 2022 06:46:17 +0000

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Further, the market revenue by region and country is provided in the Cosmetic Butters report. The report’s authors also shed light on common business tactics adopted by players. The major players in the global Cosmetic Butter Market and their complete profiles are included in the report. Additionally, investment opportunities, recommendations, and current trends in the global Cosmetic Butter market are mapped by the report. As a result of this report, key players in the global Cosmetic Butter Market will be able to make right decisions and plan their strategies accordingly to stay ahead of the game.

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The main players covered by the cosmetic butter markets:

  • Hallstar
  • Manorama Industries Limited
  • Samuria
  • AKK Personal Care
  • Disperses oils
  • Sunjjin Beauty Sciences
  • Sekaf Ghana Ltd
  • Olvéa vegetable oils
  • AND Browne Drug Co.
  • Inc
  • Cocoa Moner

Breakdown of cosmetic butter market by type:

  • the cosmetic butter market is segmented into
  • Olive butter
  • Shea Butter
  • Cocoa butter
  • Others

Cosmetic butter market breakdown by application:

  • Face and body care products
  • Scalp care products
  • Global cosmetic butter market: regional analysis
  • The Cosmetic Butter market is analyzed and information on the market size is provided by the regions (countries). The report includes the market size by country and region for the period 2015-2026. It also includes the market size and forecast by type and by application segment in terms of sales and revenue for the period 2015-2026.
  • Major Regions Covered By The Cosmetic Butter Market Report are:
  • North America
  • we
  • Canada
  • Europe
  • Germany
  • France
  • UK
  • Italy
  • Russia
  • Asia Pacific
  • China
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • India
  • Australia
  • Taiwan
  • Indonesia
  • Thailand
  • Malaysia
  • Philippines
  • Vietnam
  • Latin America
  • Mexico
  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Middle East and Africa
  • Turkey
  • Saudi Arabia
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Global Cosmetic Butter Market: Competitive Analysis
  • This section of the report identifies various key manufacturers in the market. It helps the reader to understand the strategies and collaborations that the players focus on to fight competition in the market. The full report provides a significant microscopic overview of the market. The reader can identify the fingerprints of the manufacturers by knowing the worldwide revenue of the manufacturers
  • the global price of the manufacturers
  • and manufacturers’ sales during the forecast period 2015 to 2019.
  • The main players in the global cosmetic butter market are:
  • Hallstar
  • Manorama Industries Limited
  • Samuria
  • AKK Personal Care
  • Disperses oils
  • Sunjjin Beauty Sciences
  • Sekaf Ghana Ltd
  • Olvéa vegetable oils
  • AND Browne Drug Co.
  • Inc
  • Cocoa Moner

The Cosmetic Butter market report has been separated into distinct categories such as product type, application, end user, and region. Each segment is rated on the basis of CAGR, share and growth potential. In the regional analysis, the report highlights the potential region, which is anticipated to generate opportunities in the global Cosmetic Butters Market in the coming years. This segmental analysis will surely prove to be a useful tool for the readers, stakeholders and market players to get a complete picture of the global Cosmetic Butters Market and its growth potential in the coming years.

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Scope of Cosmetic Butter Market Report

Report attribute Details
Market size available for years 2021 – 2028
Reference year considered 2021
Historical data 2015 – 2019
Forecast period 2021 – 2028
Quantitative units Revenue in millions of USD and CAGR from 2021 to 2027
Covered segments Types, applications, end users, etc.
Cover of the report Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors and trends
Regional scope North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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Regional Market Analysis Cosmetic Butter can be represented as follows:

Each regional cosmetic butter sector is carefully studied to understand its current and future growth scenarios. It helps the players to strengthen their position. Use market research to get a better perspective and understanding of the market and target audience and to ensure you stay ahead of the competition.

Geographically, the global Cosmetic Butter market is segmented as follows:

    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia-Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

Key questions answered in the report:

  • What is the growth potential of the cosmetic butter markets?
  • Which product segment will take the lion’s share?
  • Which regional market will emerge as a precursor in the years to come?
  • Which application segment will grow at a sustained rate?
  • What are the growth opportunities that could emerge in the lock washer industry in the years to come?
  • What are the main challenges that the global cosmetic butter markets could face in the future?
  • Who are the leading companies in the global Cosmetic Butter market?
  • What are the main trends that are positively impacting the growth of the market?
  • What are the growth strategies envisioned by the players to maintain their hold on the global Cosmetic Butter market?

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The Springfield High School junior had always loved arts and crafts as a child. So when her busy schedule was cut off by the COVID-19 pandemic, Bianca turned to her past to design her future.

“During my quarantine, I was really uncomfortable doing nothing all day,” she said. “So I started making, like, soaps and, like, new crafts and stuff.”

Bianca ordered ingredients and mixed them together to create uniquely shaped soaps, colorful body butters, and delicate jewelry.

I could really start a business doing this, she thought.

So, Bianca created SimplyB LLC, a beauty brand that initially sold personal care products to friends and family. Through the use of the TikTok social media app, Bianca was able to reach thousands of people and build a following nationwide.

“I literally woke up with 50 orders the next day,” she said after her first video went viral. “I don’t even know how I really do all of this, to be honest with you.”

Bianca is one of the busiest bees to create a buzz in her high school. She is the student council treasurer, plays varsity volleyball, does track and field, and recently started a black student union. Bianca is involved in the community service club and is also a member of the National Honor Society and the WEB DuBois Honor Society.

With his high marks, it’s clear that none of his academic responsibilities take precedence over his small business. But despite everything, Bianca succeeds both as a student and as a businesswoman.

“She’s literally running the show and it’s so, it makes me so proud to sit down and watch her do that,” said Bianca’s mom Takia Brown.

Takia enjoys helping her daughter with the muscle work involved in her business, especially when she is working as a saleswoman at public events. She is Bianca’s biggest fan.

“Being a single parent of a teenager can be very complicated,” Takia said. “And she makes parenting so easy because she’s a leader and she also makes good decisions.”

Bianca hopes to continue to grow her brand in the future and potentially become an influencer to help other young teens and children achieve their dreams.

“I really want to show other kids how to be young entrepreneurs, do like, dos and don’ts, the things I learned throughout this, and feel like someone would be inspired. by me, ”she said.

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The global maternity personal care products market is Fri, 31 Dec 2021 15:15:07 +0000

New York, December 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Announces the Release of “Global Maternity Personal Care Products Market 2021-2025” – GNW
70% during the forecast period. Our Maternity Personal Care Products market report provides holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, along with vendor analysis covering approximately 25 vendors.
The report offers up-to-date analysis regarding the current global market scenario, the latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The market is driven by demand from developing countries and increasing product knowledge and per capita spending. Besides, demand from developing countries is also expected to drive the market growth.
The analysis of the maternity personal care products market includes the product segment and the geographic landscape.

The maternity personal care products market is segmented as follows:
By product
• Stretch mark prevention products
• Nipple care products
• Others

By geographic landscape
• North America
• Europe
• South America

This study identifies the emphasis on marketing initiatives as one of the major reasons for the growth of the Maternity Personal Care Products market in the coming years.

The analyst presents a detailed picture of the market through the study, synthesis and summation of data from multiple sources by analysis of key parameters. Our Maternity Personal Care Products Market report covers the following areas:
• Sizing of the maternity personal care products market
• Maternity Personal Care Products Market Forecast
• Industry analysis of Maternity Personal Care Products Market

This solid vendor analysis is designed to help clients improve their market position and in accordance with this, this report provides a detailed analysis of several major vendors in the Maternity Personal Care Products market including Bella B Bodycare Inc. , ET Browne Drug Co. Inc., Earth Mama Organics, Koninklijke Philips NV, Lansinoh Laboratories Inc., Mann and Schroder GmbH, Medela AG, Motherlove Herbal Co., The Clorox Co. and TriLASTIN. Furthermore, the Maternity Personal Care Products market analysis report includes information on the upcoming trends and challenges that will influence the market growth. It’s about helping businesses strategize and take advantage of any growth opportunities that lie ahead.
The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information, including contributions from key industry participants. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to major vendor analysis.

The analyst presents a detailed picture of the market through the study, synthesis and summation of data from multiple sources through analysis of key parameters such as profit, price, competition and promotions. It presents various facets of the market by identifying the main influencers in the industry. The data presented is complete, reliable and the result of extensive research – both primary and secondary. Technavio’s market research reports provide a comprehensive competitive landscape along with in-depth vendor screening methodology and analysis using qualitative and quantitative research to forecast the precise growth of the market.
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