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P&G to Sell Its Makeup Businesses

Publicis Groupe’s P&G has announced that it plans to sell its global beauty, personal care and home care businesses with an estimated annual retail value of $6.1 billion to Coty.

P&G’s beauty unit included brands such as L’Oreal, Klear and Playtex, while its home care division included brands such as Brita, Mr. Muscle and Pampers, which would have a combined worldwide retail value of $5.6 billion. The home care division had revenues of $1.7 billion in 2011.

“These sale negotiations have been under active development for several months and have been a priority of the business,” said Richard Drevet, P&G’s chief financial officer. “We believe this transaction will maximize shareholder value and enable P&G to more effectively focus its capital to meet its growth plans.”

“The addition of P&G’s women’s beauty and home care businesses to the Coty portfolio will result in synergies that will benefit our customers and consumers worldwide,” said Nadeem Mazen, president and CEO, Coty, Inc. “We believe it is a win-win for our consumers, consumers and P&G.”

Coty expects the transaction will close by September 2014, pending approval by P&G’s shareholders and other approvals, with an estimated cost of $11.50 per share.

P&G didn’t specify why it needed to sell these businesses. However, it might have to do with the fact that its two top markets, beauty and home care, are not moving as fast as it hoped (or expected).

“As fashion consumers increasingly shift to media, P&G has been looking for a source of growth. This business presents a growth opportunity to