With Clinique, Bioré, and Bath & Body Works in the news this morning, we wouldn’t blame you for checking your calendar to make sure you’re still in 2023. Millennial and Gen-Z nostalgia is still at an all-time high and brands are continuing to try and capitalize on it, whether it’s the launch of limited-edition collaborations or brand extensions based on iconic scents. Read these stories and more in the links below.

Clinique and Kate Spade Announce Nostalgia-Fueled Lip Gloss Collab. Tapping into the virality of Clinique classic Black Honey lip shade, the limited-edition Clinique x Kate Spade New York Pop Plush Creamy Lip Gloss collection debuts on counters with four shades dressed up in poppy Kate Spade prints. (Glossy)

Bath & Body Works Plans to ‘Elevate the Mundane’ With Fabric Care Launch. Members of the Bath & Body Works loyalty program can vote for their favorite fragrances they would like to see in fabric care, which the company is launching online and in 80 stores this fall. (WWD)

Surgeon General Warns That Social Media May Harm Children and Adolescents. The US surgeon general, Dr. Vivek Murthy, issued an extraordinary public warning yesterday about how social media has a profound risk of harm to the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents. (The New York Times)

Japan’s Kaltech Launches Beauty Humidifier to US Market. The Yuragi Junsui Première marks the world’s first beauty humidifier that uses photocatalytic technology, which helps keep the water and tray inside the device free of bacteria and other contaminants. (CosmeticsDesign USA)

TikTok Reshapes Ecommerce Unit in Bid to Crack Western Markets. Struggling to export its livestream shopping model outside of its home country, TikTok is restructuring to focus on markets like the US and UK where the service has already been released. (Forbes)

5 Key Threats AI Poses to Business Owners in 2023 (and How to Survive Them). From recruiting genuine talent to an increased threat of cyber attacks, Forbes identifies five real threats AI poses to business wonders, and advice on how to keep them from ruining your business. (Forbes)

Target Removing Some LBGTQ Merchandise Following Customer Backlash. Since introducing this year’s Pride collection, Target team members have experienced threats, leading the retailer to pull some items from shelves. (Reuters)

An Influencer’s Bioré Ad Mentioned a School Shooting. Both Have Apologized. The video made the skin-care brand appear as if it was co-opting a serious and traumatizing issue to drive sales. (The Washington Post)