Natural Beauty Big Leaguer L’Occitane Acquires No. 1 In British Luxury Skin Care
L’Occitaine’s $900m Elemis buy will build out the manufacturer/retailer’s premium, natural-oriented beauty portfolio, adding a prestige brand that aspires to be a leader in global skin care with its nature/science balance and cross-generational consumer appeal.
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