cosmetics

(redirected from Beauty products)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.

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.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
[ClickPress, Tue Jul 02 2019] In terms of value, Europe & Asia Pacific herbal beauty products market is anticipated to witness a CAGR of 3.7% during the forecast period and is expected to reach at US$ 2,571.2 Mn by 2026 end.
"The BeautyCycle trial will help us to do just that, enabling customers to shop and enjoy beauty products in a more sustainable way, ensuring the materials are re-used in the best way possible."
Zahra Rizvi, owner and managing director of Sama Beauty Products said, "Sama Beauty is the exclusive representative of milk_shake hair care brand in Oman.
My aim was simple - to create effective and totally sustainable beauty products people would love to use.
To promote the export of beauty products, TDAP is again providing subsidized stalls at Beautyworld Middle East 2019.
Counterfeit beauty products are thought to be widespread across
Priced at [pounds sterling]55, its more expensive than the Boots and M&S calendars but ASOS has packed it full to the top of big name beauty products.
Digital health and beauty product shoppers today don't necessarily get to select their packaging as they did at reflect.com, but one thing made crystal clear in a new study released by Esko is that one-third of e-commerce shoppers return health and beauty products because of the packaging.
Various expired goods such as beauty products and scrap metal, which have been forfeited by the Bureau of Customs, were recently destroyed in Kawit, Cavite.
Oluwafunmilayo Aderonke Adeniyi, popularly known as Princess Ajibewa is a woman with her hands in many pies - she is an actress, makeup artiste and manufacturer of beauty products with a bias for natural skin care and a business manager.
CHEMICALS found in beauty products affect women's reproductive hormones - and could lead to breast cancer, according to research.