Is lorac going out of business
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Markwins Beauty Brands acquires Lorac Cosmetics
By Lucy Tandon Copp Apr Lorac Cosmetics, the prestige US beauty brand, is exploring strategic options including a sale of the company. This is a small extract of the full article which is available ONLY to premium content subscribers. Subscribers sign-in top right to read the article. Subscribe now to premium content on Cosmetics Business.
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Fare thee well my beloved Lorac. Lorac will not longer be available at Sephora. This is devastating news as I adore the brand! But look ahead to the future as Lorac is now available at Kohls stores and of course, online at loraccosmetics. I know many of you love the brand as much as I do so hopefully brings some great new products! I think they may have bitten off more than they can chew with this JCPenney business. So many things to buy for the holiday season, though….
Exciting news! Thank you for considering buying it! Your support means the world to me. Please read their response below. Their suppliers must also sign a statement declaring that no ingredients were tested on animals.
As one of the largest privately-owned beauty companies, Markwins continues its industry leading growth with its fourth major acquisition in fifteen years. With the addition of LORAC, Markwins will complement its already well-established mass beauty portfolio with the addition of this prestige brand. LORAC Cosmetics was founded two decades ago by Hollywood beauty legend and PRO makeup artist Carol Shaw after she saw the need to develop products that wouldn't irritate her celebrity clients' sensitive skin. What resulted was a line of professional, red carpet ready formulations with skin-friendly ingredients available to all. Shaw will continue to work with Markwins as lead consultant on the brand. Rounding out its strategic portfolio of non-competing brands, Markwins adds LORAC's prestige consumer to join masstige brand Physicians Formula, industry-leading entry point brand wet n wild, leading ethnic brand Black Radiance, top youth brand Lip Smacker, and its successful collection business to continue to cater to an all-inclusive consumer base.
Does anyone know why this happened, and why they have not been brought back at any point? Can anyone answer my questions on this? I heard Sephora dropped them because Lorac started working with Kohl's and Sephora didn't want to be attached with companies selling in big box or lower end stores. Same thing with Carol's Daughter. If true, it's a baffling business decision by Sephora.