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How our €1 billion+ Health & Wellbeing business keeps growing

Unilever’s Health & Wellbeing Collective just reported its ninth consecutive quarter of double-digit growth in our latest financial results. We caught up with its CEO, Jostein Solheim, to find out what’s behind this booming business – and what’s next.

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Beyond skin-deep: Creating inclusive products through inclusive R&D

By combining industry-leading understanding of melanin-rich skin with insights from dermatologists and consumers of colour, Unilever R&D’s Polycultural Centre of Excellence is developing products to address the unmet needs in the beauty, wellbeing and personal care space.

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Our ambition to unstereotype influencer brand content

Research shows that stereotypes are making Generation Z consumers feel unsafe on social media. We’re taking action to ensure the influencers involved with our brand partnerships reflect a more inclusive world.

Fernando Fernandez, President of Unilever’s Beauty & Wellbeing business, presenting on stage.

Meet the leader: Fernando Fernandez

As part of our series of interviews with members of the Unilever Leadership Executive, we catch up with Fernando Fernandez, President of our Beauty & Wellbeing business group. Here’s why he’s confident the future is looking good for our brands.

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Wall’s looks to bring happiness lessons to 3 million kids

Wall’s has partnered with Project Everyone to launch The Happiness Project. Their aim is to teach three million children a set of happiness habits by 2025, through lessons designed to deliver smiles beyond the classroom.

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