Sunday Riley, a luxury skincare line, was
recently featured on the Refinery29 website in an article titled “We Tried
Every Product from Sunday Riley—Here’s What We Thought.” The article details
each of the thirteen different products and why they have become a hit for the Sephora VIBs and skincare
One of the leading products for the
high-performance line is the Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment. The Lactic Acid
treatment should be used to help create a clear complexion that is also
brightened by the product. Good Genes uses a high concentration of lactic acid
that creates a tingling sensation on the skin. This allows the skin to become
smoother because it deeply exfoliates the
skin and plumps up fine lines and wrinkles. The lactic acid is used to
exfoliate the dead skin away from the surface, creating smooth and clear skin.
The high concentration of lactic acid is used to treat discoloration like dark
spots and age spots caused by sun damage.
Another favorite of beauty gurus is the Luna
Sleeping Night Oil. Sunday Riley created this
retinol to help people prevent signs of premature aging like fine lines or
dryness. This formula uses a trans-retinoic acid complex that shrinks pores
while also making the wrinkles disappear. The uneven texture of the skin is
also solved with this complex because it is combined with German chamomile and
blue tansy to create a soothing effect. Any signs of sensitivity will be
reduced by the chamomile to create a complexion that is calm as well as even.
Another favorite for skincare lovers who
have acne is the Saturn Sulfur Acne Treatment Mask. The mask contains 10%
sulfur and 4% niacinamide to help soothe acne and prevent further breakouts.
The formula also contains turmeric, Manuka, and tea tree oil, all known for
fighting abilities. The mask
helps the skin get rid of the bacteria that causes breakouts while revealing
smoother skin. It is best used for people with mild or moderate acne. However,
the formula was created to help a variety of different kinds of acne including
inflamed acne and hormonal breakouts.
Since the partnership between JD.com and Tangning Books Store in 2017, Jingdong’s customer base increased to 49 offline book stores. The largest online retailer in China is helping traditional bookstores enter the e-commerce world using its book business services. Their solutions for logistics, book procurement, and technology enable retailers to increase profits and bring convenience to customers. Among the book retailers are Yitiano, AIO SPACE, Tangning Books, and other locations in Beijing and neighboring areas. The modernization of the traditional bookstores provides an opportunity to improve customer service and sales by learning the customers’ behaviors for tailored book selections.
Tangning Books has two bookstore locations in Guangzhou that are a part of the partnering agreement for JD.com to source all its books from their inventory. Through the weekly restock services, offline book retailers keeps their stock updated using logistics networks. They receive benefits of prompt deliveries and labor savings to help reduce overhead costs. The companies formed a partnership in May 2017 and within seven months sales rose to 30 percent and profits were up 17 percent. One main reason is its delivery service to customers when a book is out of stock at a physical location. The customer can just scan the QR code and have the book delivered to the door within 24 hours from Jingdong’s warehouse.
Without this service, Tangning Books would not have seen an increase in sales and improved profits so soon. Offline book retailers have an option of Retail as a Service or the Raas Strategy. Restaurants, manufacturers, and other types of retailers use Raas to have access to technology and services. JD.com was formed in 2004 as a store location and moved it to an online business for marketing its broad selection of products, in 2010. Richard Lui, the founder and chief executive officer grew the online retailer over the last eight years into a billion dollar company. The market value is over $60 billion making it the top Chinese e-commerce service provider and retailer. Information about the partnership with Tangning Books and other offline book retailers is on JD’s corporate blog in an article, on November 23rd, 2018.
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