biocosmetics

biocosmetics

(1) Cosmetics containing biotechnology-based products, or that have a mechanism of action based on biologic principles.
(2) The name of a number of companies—e.g., in Italy, Romania, Spain—which produce biologically-based cosmetics.
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However, no story on the chemical industry in Latvia would be complete without the mention of Dzintars, which is one of the oldest Baltic companies manufacturing perfumery and biocosmetics.
Several such as BioCosmetics (Black Opal) and Johnson Publishing Co.
Black Opal, a BioCosmetics Research Labs spin-off, was founded eight years ago by Carol Jackson Mouyiaris--an African-American lawyer.
Jude Medica, Smith & Nephew (medical equipment and OTC), Grifols and Biocosmetics (OTC).
Biocosmetics, the makers of Yotuel Plus, won't say how much carbamide peroxide - the bleach used in Opalescence - their product.
The current buzz words of cosmeceuticals, dermaceuticals, biocosmetics and nutricosmetics are used to describe the application of ingredients traditionally found in foods offering skin health benefit.
KG, leading German distributor of hospital supplies and medical products and distribution partner for "Chitoskin", a German direct marketing company that will use Sangui products as part of a new line of cosmetic products, and Mercatura Biocosmetics AG, selling Sangui's anti-aging formulation as part of its "Wunderkind" range.
Spiller Biocosmetics, or to receive a Silk Complex sample, contact Spiller U.
Spiller Biocosmetic was in attendance at the Beauty Forum magazine 2007-2008 Readers' Choice Awards, where its Silk Complex anti-aging cream was awarded First Place in the Skin Care category.