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The little black soap causing a stir at Priceline

Carbon Theory founder Philip Taylor developed the cleansing bar at his kitchen sink with a little inspiration from Nike and guidance from Youtube.

GSK, Novartis ordered to pay $4.5m for misleading Voltaren claims

Novartis and GSK penalised for making false and misleading claims in the marketing of Voltaren Osteo Gel.

Arnott’s owner snaps up Coty’s hair care brands including Wella and Clairol

US beauty company Coty sells majority stake in hair and nail care business to KKR & Co for well below what it was valued before the coronavirus pandemic.

Half of pharmacists considering quitting due to workload and unsafe conditions

Of the pharmacists threatening to quit, or who have already done so, two-thirds blamed their employer’s handling of the pandemic.

Chemist Warehouse begins selling News Corp papers

The two companies have partnered on a trial run until July 2020, which may extend to 400 stores nationwide.

Priceline benefits from timely e-commerce launch

Demand for Priceline’s Click & Collect and Click & Deliver soars during the pandemic.

Swisse takes natural approach to relaunch of skincare line

Swisse Wellness MD shares why the brand is championing ingredients such as hemp, Manuka honey and blood orange.

ACCC allows medicine manufacturers to work together to manage supply demands

Medicine groups collaborate to identify and mitigate any shortages or supply chain problems.

NSW supermarkets and pharmacies permitted to operate 24 hours a day

Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and NRA applaud the new trading hours.

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