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Research is shedding new light on sunscreens that might someday prevent or treat skin cancer by reversing dangerous gene mutations caused by overexposure to the sun.
The Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology has published a report claiming that topically applied caffeine is a succesful slimming agent.
Scientists at the Fox Chase Cancer Centre in Philadelphia have released reports that find butyl benzyl phthalate (BBP) to be carcinogenic.
Extension to run through Dec. 26, 2007; agency seeks to balance industry concerns and the interests of public health to ensure that sunscreen products properly inform consumers of the level of protection...
Le Mystére LLC, a lingerie marketer, has created a skin care line formulated with the after-birth secretion of a milk cow.
Senators John Kerry, Diane Feinstein and Barbara Boxer have joined the interest group Campaign for Safe Cosmetics (CSC) in questioning the levels of lead in lipstick.
At the annual fall meeting of the National Conference of State Legislatures in Phoenix, the CTFA announced it is changing its name to to the Personal Care Products Council...
The FDA announced the new board members and chair for the Reagan-Udall Foundation, formed to advance cosmetic product development and innovation, and to enhance product safety, among other duties.
Blackberry leaf extract could be the new ingredient in the fight against aging skin.
According to the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, lipstick manufactured in the United States contains surprisingly high levels of lead; CTFA states lead is naturally occurring.