SkinCeuticals changes distributors

SkinCeuticals will be changing their distributor this April in an effort to strengthen the relationship between the brand and the Australian market. Active Cosmetics Division will be overseeing the new operation, with Managing Director Catherine Biedermann chairing stockists in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory.

“L’Oreal Australia is incredibly grateful for Advanced Cosmeceautical’s dedication to building a successful brand thus far,” read the press release. “As we are both passionate about the future of the brand, we are delighted to announce that Advanced Cosmeceuticals will continue to be involved with the brand,” commented both Catherine and Jorn Zempel, General Manager of Active Cosmetics.

“For all of our stockiest on the Eastern starboard, L’Oreal Australia will commence the servicing of these accounts as of April 1st. During this transition phase, both entities will continue to work closely together to guarantee a minimum impact to your business.”

SkinCeuticals will be joining a selection of premium brands who partner with Active Cosmetics Division, with Lancome, Yves Saint Laurent, Shu Uemura and Urban Decay all collaborating with the L’Oreal owned company.

According to their site, Active Cosmetics Division brands’ meet a range of different skin care needs from normal to blemish-prone, in healthcare outlets worldwide, including, pharmacies, drugstores, and physician’s offices. Developed and endorsed by health professionals. The Active Cosmetics Division describes itself as the world leader in dermocosmetics.

“As new brand suppliers, the Active Cosmetics Division is looking forward to working with you as diligently and collaboratively as per previous standards to grow SkinCeuticals in our market and continue the brand’s mission to be Australia’s market-leading premium Cosmeceutical skincare brand.”

“Together, we would like to thank you for your dedication to SkinCeuticals and hope that you continue to support the brand throughout this exciting new chapter.”


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