New line of innovative skin care products

Whatever your skin tone might be, it’s in! The traditionally popular golden look is making room for natural, healthy-looking skin. To help women reach their skin’s full potential, Belvada Cosmetics launches >> Read more >>

Brotox: Primping’s not just for women anymore

They Botox and moisturize, dab their eyes with wrinkle cream and spend lunch hours on manicures and pedicures. Today's men are getting a makeover, prettifying themselves with such gusto that they're driving big >> Read more >>

India cosmetic queen shows no sign of abdicating

Shahnaz Husain was a bored Indian housewife when she spotted a gap in the beauty-treatment market and single-handedly set about building a global corporate empire. More than 40 years on, Husain presides over a >> Read more >>

Fairness cream sales to dominate male cosmetics market in India

Fairness creams has emerged to amass a dominant share in the Indian Male Cosmetics market, according to a recently published research report “India Male Cosmetics Market - Consumer Insight 2012” by KuicK Research. >> Read more >>

Woman cooks up cosmetics powerhouse in kitchen

Lisa Price's story is well known. The founder of Carol's Daughter beauty products has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Tyra Banks and is a regular presence on HSN. Her business partners include entertainment >> Read more >>

Cosmetic claims face scrutiny

Cosmetics have for years taken a backseat to drugs, food and nutritional supplements when it comes to scrutiny from regulators and other watchdogs, but that is changing. The Food and Drug Administration, Congress >> Read more >>

Mislabeling of some “toxin-free” nail polish causes concern

I have to confess up front: I love my nail polish. In uncertain economic times, I may not be able to afford a tropical vacation or a new automobile, but a new bottle on nail polish is an inexpensive little luxury. >> Read more >>

Beauty industry behind Cosmetic Safety Amendments Act

The “Cosmetic Safety Amendments Act of 2012,” (H.R. 4395) was recently introduced by Representative Leonard Lance (R-NJ) and is an important step in advancing and modernizing the regulatory oversight of cosmetics >> Read more >>

Chemicals in cosmetics linked to diabetes, study says

A chemical commonly used in cosmetics and plastics could increase the likelihood of Type 2 diabetes, a Swedish study found. Researchers from the University of Uppsala, eastern Sweden, tested 1,016 people aged >> Read more >>

Cosmetic companies in cruelty cover-up

Companies that produce concealer and other cosmetics products have apparently been doing some concealing of their own. Estee Lauder, Avon and Mary Kay have resumed animal testing on cosmetics to sell in China >> Read more >>