In an era where consumers are becoming increasingly reliant on technology, color cosmetic players like Benefit are constantly investing in new interactive ways to grab the consumers' attention. Here Cosmetics Design rounds up the latest digital launches that...
71 toxicologists have written to the European Commission’s chief scientific advisor Anne Glover urging her to change plans to regulate endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs), which are allegedly present in many cosmetics.
Packaging and specialty chemical giant MWV has announced group results for its second quarter that underline a mixed performance, but beauty sales help to buoy prop up poor performances in other segments.
Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO has teamed up with skincare brand Larissa Bright to create the world's first UVA/UVB sunscreen filters that mimic the natural protection corals on the Great Barrier Reef emit under the sun's rays.
According to market researcher NPD Group, demand for makeup and skincare with SPF is booming as the segment reached $1.1 billion in US prestige department stores from June 2012 to May 2013, a 24 percent increase from three years ago.
A crop of FDA warning letters have been sent to a number of companies in recent weeks warning about unintentional drug claims, which according to one law expert underlines the need to audit product claims.
International fragrance, consumer products and flavor giant Givaudan reported a 5.7 percent growth in sales for the first half of 2013, with a solid performance bolstered by high growth in Latin America and other emerging markets.