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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.
That's not to say, however, that men don't pay attention to beauty product claims.
Handsome beaus may soon populate the UAE landscape as men's beauty products drive market growth in the next five years with increasing ads on male grooming.
Stratford-upon-Avon based Enliven is a contemporary range of 70 health and beauty products made in Britain covering skincare, shampoos and conditioners, hand wash, hair gels and deodorants.
AFAMILY-RUN beauty products firm has trebled the size of its business since winning a national award - and now has its sights set on becoming the next Molton Brown.
While the NPD Group reports a drop in makeup usage among adult women, according to its new report, "Insight Into the Youth Beauty Market," tween girls (ages 8 to 12) say they use beauty products more often.
I love beauty products," she confessed to Grazia magazine.
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.
Lu bought the beauty product, made by the Japanese unit of U.S.
Despite the lack of beauty products, I am still giving you a list for this month's trip to the food market.
Loop Capital analyst Anthony Chukumba raised his price target on Ulta Beauty to $340 to reflect the findings of his latest prestige beauty product pricing study that suggests retailers "continue to largely adhere to manufacturer's suggested retail prices, with discounting still virtually non-existent." The analyst sees the pricing trends as a positive for Ulta Beauty given its "wider assortment of prestige and mass market brands" relative to the competition, along with its "robust" loyalty program and many cases of exclusive brand relationships.