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According to the Organic Monitor event, the beauty industry needs to take greater steps if it is to become more sustainable.
A recent study outlines the 50 most wrinkle-prone regions in the United States and the underlying factors that may cause skin to age.
Skin care consumers continue to seek out effective, enriching products for their complexions and bodies, but another claim targeted at skin care products also is beginning to pop-up more and more.
"Sex and the City" actress Cynthia Nixon spoke out about her experience of rosacea in support of a new global disease awareness program urging fellow sufferers to seek help for their condition.
Mintel beauty analyst Shannon Romanowski chose five hot color cosmetic products that are exemplifying one of beauty’s hottest trends.
A number of spas showcased their latest treatments at the recent ISPA Media Event, with an apparent common theme: old is new again, with an added twist, thanks to innovative technology.
According to new research from L'Oréal Paris, nearly half of women (45%) wish they could change the size of their pores.
Unilever U.S. and graduating students at the Fashion Institute of Technology have revealed findings about and insights into future beauty consumers, and methodologies that beauty companies should adopt to keep up with burgeoning trends.
Global management consulting and market research firm Lucintel analyzed the global skin care products industry by product type and region, coming up with its "Global Skincare Products Industry 2013-2018: Trend, Profit, and Forecast Analysis."
Stats from Kantar Worldpanel show that, while interest seems to be growing in regard to more natural beauty products, consumers still have a lack of knowledge and concerns about efficacy.