This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Fragrance sales increased 11.1% to $54.5 mil. (374.2 mil FFr) in the first quarter, the company announces. Clarins skin care sales were up 7.5% to $104.9 mil. (720.2 mil FFr) and the makeup business grew 9.7% to sales of $21.3 mil. (146.5 mil. FFr) over the previous quarter. Consolidated beauty care sales of $182.4 mil., a 21% increase, were reported April 6 (1"The Rose Sheet" April 10, In Brief)
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