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Personal care, household product and food manufacturer Unilever has announced it will no longer use shark squalene in its cosmetics, instead using a plant-based squalene.
The Personal Care Products Council recently voiced its approval of Congress' plan to increase the funding for the review of cosmetics by the FDA.
By Steve Herman
In the excitement over peptides, neurocosmetics, antiglycation endpoints and prebiotics, it is easy to forget the importance of product look and feel.
The state of Minnesota has banned the intentional addition to mascara, eye liners and skin-lightening creams.
By Sara Mason
Makeup’s dynamic sales growth is, in part, a reflection of the demand for added benefits and natural ingredients, challenging formulators to continually work toward ever-more sophisticated products.
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.
By Briony Davies
Color cosmetics is forecast to keep pace with the overall cosmetics and toiletries market at a steady 3% per year through 2011. This resurgence in the segment is driven both by manufacturer innovation and consumers demanding better results from makeup.
The R&D department of the Dermscan Group has developed a series of new tests that evaluate the well-being effect of beauty products on a consumer.
164,000-year old makeup found in South Africa hallmark of modern life; challenges previous view of man’s marched into modernity…
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.