SABO has acquired a personal care business unit and the Domuscare brand from Domus Chemicals.

SABO is a developer and producer of speciality chemicals and ingredients, while Domus Chemicals is a producer of organic and inorganic medicinal compounds.

Both the companies involved in the transaction are based in Italy.

The deal is expected to strengthen SABO’s position in the cosmetics sector and will allow both of the firms to develop, manufacture and distribute new sustainable products.

AFC-HD AMS Life Science intends to raise funds by issuing 1.7 million shares in a public offering and 0.25 million shares in a private placement.

The two transactions will raise a combined CNY1.55bn ($14.2m), which will be invested in equipment and used to repay loans.

“The Hut Group has completed the acquisition of M Beauty (Eyeko) for an undisclosed sum.”

Founded in 1969, AFC-HD AMS Life is a Japanese original equipment manufacturer (OEM) engaged in the development of dietary supplements and cosmetics.

Nomura Securities has been selected to be the lead manager and underwriter for the transaction.

Feelunique has collaborated with Indie Beauty Expo (IBE) to develop and exhibit an independent cosmetics collection for consumers in the UK and France.

Under the partnership, both firms will display a range of products in different categories, including skincare, haircare and colour cosmetics.

IBE and Feelunique will select 30 brands from the collection to be exhibited at the expo, and launched in Feelunique’s online stores from July 2018.

Founded in 2005, Feelunique is a beauty retailer offering 32,000 products from 500 brands across makeup, skincare, haircare and fragrances segments.

The Foundry has acquired a 50% stake in Hunter Lab.

The Foundry is a private equity company, while Hunter Lab is a premium skincare products firm.

Both the companies involved in the transaction are based in Australia.

The Hut Group has completed the acquisition of M Beauty (Eyeko) for an undisclosed sum.

The Hut Group is a retailer of personal care products, while Eyeko is an eye cosmetics brand. Both companies are based in the UK.

The acquisition enables The Hut Group to strengthen its position in the cosmetics industry.

TPG Capital has agreed to acquire a minority stake in Anastasia Beverly Hills for an undisclosed sum.

Founded in 1992, TPG Capital is a private equity firm, while Anastasia Beverly Hills is a cosmetics company. Both companies are based in the US.