A webinar is being held by Intertek summarising and reviewing the new EU cosmetics regulation coming into force in 2013 to update cosmetics companies on how to go about complying with it by the end of 2012.
As the nutricosmetics market is predicted to grow, brands from this niche sector can look no further than social media as the perfect marketing tool for these products to build an understanding and develop relationships with the consumer.
David Bronner, 38, is grandson of Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap founder and CEO of the number one selling organic soap brand in the U.S. But, he's devoted to way more than good soap. Check out this interview and see what he has to say about GMOs and more.
This article describes how a teenager was about to buy a product that was sold as 'natural' and contributed to a charity cause before she discovered it contained carcinogens, neurotoxins and endocrine disruptors. She names resources for other teens to be aware of the cosmetics they use.
International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF) has released its first sustainability report highlighting its focus on responsible sourcing by touching on natural vs synthetic ingredients and eco-efficiency.
UK Consumers are more likely to trust recommendations from friends or other consumer reviews when making purchasing decisions about a cosmetics product, rather than trust an advert or celebrity endorsement.
The Social Change Impact Report from Walden University shows that 92% of American's took action for social change this past year. The series of graphics, one of which is shown below, highlight the growing importance of social change for Americans.
When it comes to the view of personal hygiene, the majority of women in both developed and emerging markets see wellbeing as the most important dimension, even more so than staying healthy, a study has found.