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  • Global beauty customers are loving British brands
  • Global beauty customers are loving British brands
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Global beauty customers are loving British brands

The world may have fallen in love with Korean beauty products over the last couple of years, but it turns out that global audiences also have a soft spot for British-made brands when it comes to cosmetics and skin care, thanks to their reputation for heritage and craftsmanship.

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