The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) has teamed up with various environmental non-governmental and consumer organizations to express its concerns on the conclusions of the second regulatory review of nanomaterials, recently published by the European...
As Procter & Gamble continues to battle against shrinking market share world-wide, CEO Bob McDonald emphasizes how his vision for increased innovation will help the company face up to its current challenges.
Dr.Hauschka Skin Care has invested in a new fair trade initiative in Ethiopia in a bid it says, to create an economically sustainable community by establishing a biodynamic resource for Damask rose essential oil.
Cosmetics packaging provider Albéa is looking to complement its current offering in the beauty segment with the purchase of Rexam’s Personal Care division, and the European Commission has approved the proposed acquisition.
A print and online advert for the UK company's 'Beverly Hills Formula' whitening toothpastes has brushed the Advertising Standards Authority up the wrong way by exaggerating the time the products take to whiten the teeth.
In a bid to continue its expansion into emerging markets, Evonik is rapidly moving ahead with its new production facility in Brazil which is set to produce a wider range of ingredients for the cosmetics industry.
The European Commission’s Scientific Committee for Consumer Safety (SCCS) has opened public consultations for oxidative hair dye substances, pigment red 57 and hydrogen peroxide used in eyelash colourants.
Rising oil costs and growing economies of scale in production will see plant-based plastics becoming more cost effective in future, according to market researcher Mintel, and this is expected to lead to greater uptake of these materials as a result.
At a time when cosmetics companies are getting pulled up left, right and centre over misleading advertising claims, the UK watchdog has another victim; this time its Dior for exaggerating the effects of its mascara.