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cos·met·ics

(koz-met'iks),
Composite term for a variety of camouflages applied to the skin, lips, hair, and nails for purposes of beautifying in accordance with cultural dictates.

cos·met·ics

(koz-met'iks)
Composite term for a variety of adornments and camouflages applied to the skin, lips, hair, and nails in accordance with societal and cultural dictates.
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The overall beauty and personal care market has been on a positive growth trajectory in recent years, with beauty product sales expected to continue to grow, driven by an improving economy and growth in the US population," said Margie Nanninga, a beauty analyst at Mintel.
The retail market for health and beauty products in Poland reached PLN19.
That's not to say, however, that men don't pay attention to beauty product claims.
Sharjah Cosmetics shops across the country are hiring men to sell women's beauty products, a number of women have complained.
I love beauty products," she confessed to Grazia magazine.
Women who buy traditional products also felt the greatest emotional attachment to beauty product claims that clearly explain nature's benefits in "soothing" wording that spoke of each natural ingredient's health benefit.
Uncaged, which has been campaigning against these type of experiments for almost 15 years, will come to Newcastle after a survey found consumers in the region feel particularly strongly that animal testing of beauty products should be banned.
Despite the lack of beauty products, I am still giving you a list for this month's trip to the food market.
They are willing to read beauty product labels and research many of their purchases in advance.
Of those saying they had purchased a new beauty product within the preceding three months, 55% reported trying a new hairstyling product, 54% had tried a new perfume and 41% sought out a new nail polish.
DUBAI - Nine leading beauty product manufacture and distributor companies from Pakistan, under the banner of the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan, participated in the 2013 Beautyworld Middle East exhibition.
Fragrance expresses the emotion of a beauty product --particularly bath and body beauty products that are seeking to make strong consumer connections through emotive platforms," says Lori Miller Burns, director of marketing at fragrance house Arylessence.