What we eat and the way food is prepared can affect the way our skin ages due to its effect on the elastin and collagen in our bodies; and is something often overlooked according to exclusive insight from the AGE Foundation.
Having been in the spotlight over skin health claims made, Swiss company Nutrilinks has now seen two of its claims regarding hair loss reduction and hair strength reinforcement rejected by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has refuted claims it developed a wrinkle-reducing fruit drink after it was reported that the AS10 beverage was developed in line with the space agency.
The National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus has pulled up supplement manufacturer Irwin Naturals over certain claims made about the efficacy of one of its nutricosmetic products.
Biotechnology company Entia Biosciences has filed a provisional patent for the use of ingestible and topically applied L-Ergothioneine (Ergo) to maintain and improve hair and nail health, growth, and natural coloring.
Increasing awareness among consumers, an aging population, and an inclination towards less invasive beauty treatments, will help to drive the nutricosmetics market in the next few years, according to a report.
Are beauty from within products covered by the health claims regulation? Eversheds lawyer Owen Warnock explains the grey area between beauty and health – and why the lack of clarity may eventually go to court.
Taking antioxidant oral supplements can help enhance the skin’s natural protective properties as well as having beautifying properties, according to Lycored’s wellness and cosmetics director David Djerassi.
Latin American countries, particularly Brazil and Mexico, are predicted to show stellar growth in the beauty and personal care market over the next five years, according to a conference at the HBA Global Expo in New York.