Let’s take a look at an ingredient that is popular in products aimed at those who prefer the more natural angle for their cosmetics – Dead Sea mud. This natural ingredient is taken from only one place – the Dead Sea.
In this article, I will cover two aspects of scare stories/claims made about cosmetic ingredients.
Penetration seems to be an important characteristic of cosmetics but have you ever thought about why anyone would want a cosmetic ingredient to “penetrate”?
Right now, I’m on the plane to Barcelona reviewing the wealth of information that will be presented on April 17-19 at the In-Cosmetics conference. Here’s a preview of what’s in store at the largest global platform for cosmetics ingredients this year…
Registration helps the FDA in its mission to protect consumers.
I am not against transparency in labeling. I think it’s a subject that could use a lot of discussion. But I am against ingredient obsession.
In just a few weeks, I’ll be traveling to Spain for the In-Cosmetics conference located in Barcelona on April 17-19. In-Cosmetics is the leading global business platform for personal care ingredients, and will be showcasing a diverse range of innovative ingredients and technologies in the cosmetics industry. Since Personal Care Truth focuses on educating our readers, I’ll be sharing what I learn at the conference through live posts on PCT during and after the conference.
I have seen people commenting online that they want cosmetics safe enough to eat. Well they have pretty much got their wish.
A diverse coalition representing the entire spectrum of the nation’s cosmetic and personal care industry.
Bismuth oxychloride can be found on the ingredient list of cosmetics ranging from nail polish to bronzers to blush and eyeshadow.