#BeautyRecap Asia: September 15th, 2015


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As the cosmetic and beauty industry booms, more non-related businesses are moving in to the industry

Tesco sells off its South Korean supermarket business in $6 billion deal.

Asian natural and organic cosmetic market expected to grow

More men are using makeup, as seen on social media

Is Seoul becoming Asia’s new fashion capital?

Korea ranks as the second largest cosmetic importer to China

Hong Kong beauty and fitness centers shut down and fined due to aggressive marketing and sales tactics

Chanel pulls out of Incheon airport

While other industries lag, Korean cosmetic exports are growing in the double digits

Japanese beauty companies hoping to win back customers lost to online malls with in-store beauty kiosks, more personalized producs, experiences and tutorials.

Crowds at Korea’s COEX mall dwindling, hoping to entice new customers with new brands like Zara Home and Burberry Beauty Box

Paypal partners with China’s UnionPay to ease international online shopping

LG Household and AmorePacific team up to launch marketing tour in China

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Thai skincare company Beauty Community PLC entering Indonesian market

Luxury brands turning to Seoul as springboard for trendsetting

Corenea releases special-edition anti-aging skin care set

Japan’s beauty salons are becoming a tourist destination

JD.com and Korea’s Lotte.com announce strategic partnership

AmorePacific eyeing Middle Eastern and Latin American market

Korean government trade organizations helped Korean beauty brands become popular worldwide

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