Maintaining a high level of health and wellness is an obsession for many consumers and retailers today continue to develop new ways to attract shoppers to their stores while also differentiating from their competition.
First quarter sales at Ulta Beauty were up double-digits as the retailer reported a healthy balance of traffic and ticket growth. Ulta also noted that it will expand internationally, starting with Canada.
Ulta Beauty customers raised funds for charity this past Mother’s Day season through in-store and online donations totaling more than $1.1 million. All proceeds will benefit Save the Children’s Early Steps to School Success program and families impacted by natural disasters in the U.S.
Helen of Troy is looking to sell key brands in its personal care business, but does not include its assortment of beauty care appliances, the company announced on Monday, March 11.
Simplehuman is expanding its line of cosmetic mirrors with the addition of two new products that will be on display at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Kroger and Walgreens recently expanded on the exploratory pilot concept the two retailers announced in October, in which the companies began testing a concept combining Kroger’s grocery expertise with Walgreens’ mix of pharmacy, health and beauty.
As sales at Ulta continue to grow at a steady pace, the beauty retailer is moving forward with plans to open 225 stores in the coming three years while also sharpening its focus on digital operations.