L'Oreal, Lauder Optimistic About Innovations In Challenging 2017 Climate
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The pure-play beauty leaders continue to grow in a challenging global climate, both looking to recent and upcoming launches to keep them on an upward trajectory.
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