Helen of Troy
Helen of Troy is kicking off Pur Community, a new initiative from the company’s health and home division, which is designed to help municipalities experiencing water quality issues with immediate and cost-effective point-of-use filtration solutions.
Hydro Flask, a Helen of Troy brand, has recently filed with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to combat widespread unlawful importation of counterfeit Hydro Flask products into the United States, the company said.
The current market environment produced overall higher demand for Helen of Troy’s housewares, health and home and beauty products, as the company posted a strong first quarter.
Helen of Troy has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Drybar Products, which includes the Drybar trademark and other intellectual property assets associated with Drybar’s products, as well as certain related production assets and working capital.
Kaz, the home environment division of Helen of Troy, has recently introduced two new Honeywell Heaters that feature customizable heat settings and wide area oscillation.
Second quarter consolidated revenue at Helen of Troy increased 5.2% as revenue growth in the company’s Housewares division and Beauty division offset a decline in the Health & Home division.
The housewares division of Helen of Troy, home to Oxo and Hydro Flask, has promoted Mike Wallenfels to the newly created divisional role of svp/global sales.
With a focus on helping consumers have a better night’s sleep, the new Honeywell DreamWeaver Sleep Fan uses a combination of sound and airflow that is said by the company to create the optimal sleep environment.
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.
Second quarter net revenue at Helen of Troy was up more than 14% as strong growth in the company’s housewares and health and home divisions were the key drivers.