A joint research effort by Amorepacific and Samsung Medical Centre has demonstrated the efficacy of a moisturiser with high ceramide content in treating skin dryness in breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.
A public comment and consultation period is open now, but risk assessment and management reports have already been published and the Government of Canada plans to update The Cosmetic Ingredient Hotlist accordingly.
A ruling this week from US District Judge Freda Wolfson in New Jersey allows testimony from plaintiffs’ medical and scientific experts, including specialists in gynecologic oncology, cancer prevention research, and occupational and environmental health....
A biannual report from the American Cancer Society underlines the fact, that despite an increase in UV protection against skin cancer, most US adults still do not use sunscreen and the figures look even worse for younger adults.
Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world but it is also one of the most preventable. Here we take a look at some of the facts, and what has been happening to raise awareness in the cosmetics industry.
A US company making a beauty from within supplement containing a telomerase active ingredient is being put to the test over its marketing claims by a former employee who has taken out a global class action lawsuit.
New research in England has found that there is no link between the use of underarm cosmetics and breast cancer, and has suggested that as parabens are measurable in the tissue of women who do not use these products, they must enter the breast from other...
New research has shown that a compound that gives red and purple fruits and vegetables their colour could hit store shelves within the year as a new ingredient in both cosmetic and food products, with the former due to be developed first.
A Which? magazine survey has once again brought to the fore the
potential hazards of certain chemicals used in hair dye products,
suggesting that there are several highly allergenic and potentially
carcinogenic chemicals still widely...
Scientists at the University of Bath in the UK say that their
research work could eventually lead to the development of an
ingredient that could be used to actively repair sunburnt skin and
help prevent the onset of cancer.
The cosmetics industry has demonstrated its commitment to fighting
breast cancer by raising $450 million towards research into the
devastating disease to date, according to the Cosmetic, Toiletry,
and Fragrance Association (CTFA).
A new French study throws further evidence on the fact that
individuals in regular contact with hair dyes formulated before
1980 - particularly hair care professionals - have a higher risk of
developing lymphoma, reports Simon Pitman.
Hair dye - previously associated with arthritis, foetal damage and
bladder cancer - has once again been placed under the spotlight.
This time a new study asserts that dye formulation has been found
to increase the risk of non-Hodgkin...