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    30 most valuable cosmetics brands of 2015


    30 most valuable cosmetics brands of 2015



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    30. L'Oréal (Corporate) (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $1,262 million




    © Suzanne Plunkett/Bloomberg News

    29. The Body Shop (Cosmetics/Personal)

    Value in 2015: $1,262 million




    © Rick Maiman/Bloomberg News.

    28. Clairol (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $1,298 million




    © Kuni Takahashi/Bloomberg

    27. Lux (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $1,377 million




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    26. Sunsilk (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $1,446 million




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    25. Kanebo (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $1,585 million




    © Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

    24. Schwarzkopf (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $1,630 million




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    23. M.A.C. (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: US $1,776 million




    © Antoine Antoniol/Bloomberg

    22. L'Occitane (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $1,818 million




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    21. Rexona (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $1,838 million




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    20. Palmolive (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $1,997 million




    © JB Reed/ Bloomberg News

    19. Neutrogena (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $2,122 million




    © Nelson Ching/Bloomberg News

    18. Shiseido (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $2,353 million




    © Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

    17. Head & Shoulders (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $2,577 million




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    16. Maybelline (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $2,814 million




    © Bloomberg

    15. Christian Dior (Apparel)
    Value in 2015: $3,051 million




    © Bloomberg

    14. Natura (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $3,220 million




    © Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

    13. Clarins (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $3,550 million




    © RICK WILKING/Newscom/Reuters

    12. Johnson's (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $3,591 million




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    11. Avon (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $3,897 million




    © CHARLES PLATIAU/Newscom/Reuters

    10. Lancôme (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $3,984 million




    © Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

    9. Olay (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $3,986 million




    © Aaron M. Sprecher/Invision for Garnier/AP Images

    8. Garnier (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $4,630 million




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    7. Estée Lauder (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $4,792 million




    © Donato Sardella/Getty Images for Nordstrom

    6. Chanel (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $4,921 million




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    5. Nivea (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $5,322 million




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    4. Pantene (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $5,364 million




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    3. Dove (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $5,821 million




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    2. Gillette (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $8,988 million




    © Judith White/Bloomberg News

    1. L'Oréal Paris (Cosmetics/Personal)
    Value in 2015: $12,480 million

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    This is an odd list.
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    It's a shame the article didn't go into more details.. but i guess the companies didn't want to divulge too many secrets.

    i'm really surprised Pantene and Dove are so high on the list.. i would have thought they were in the mid teens.

    But number one doesn't surprise me at all, Loreal Paris seems to be a very popular brand.

    Haha this coming from a chick who hardly uses any cosmetics at all.. (too much of a tomboy).

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    Obviously, this is a global list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Wookie-Chick* View Post
    It's a shame the article didn't go into more details.. but i guess the companies didn't want to divulge too many secrets.

    i'm really surprised Pantene and Dove are so high on the list.. i would have thought they were in the mid teens.

    But number one doesn't surprise me at all, Loreal Paris seems to be a very popular brand.

    Haha this coming from a chick who hardly uses any cosmetics at all.. (too much of a tomboy).
    I agree. And I wish they'd separated them by category rather then lumping shampoo/conditioners with makeup brands, deodorant with hair dye, etc. I get that it's cosmetics in general but they could have broken it down by category, imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Wookie-Chick* View Post
    Ii'm really surprised Pantene and Dove are so high on the list.. i would have thought they were in the mid teens.
    Right now I'm using dove shampoo and pantene conditioner but only because they were the best deal at costco at the time.
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    Dove and Pantene are so high on the list because they cover many international markets and they aren't ridiculously expensive, so the every(wo)man can afford them and keep affording them.
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