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cosmetic

 [koz-met´ik]
1. beautifying; tending to preserve, restore, or confer comeliness.
2. a beautifying substance or preparation.
3. pertaining to surgical correction of a physical defect.

cos·met·ic

(koz-met'ik),
1. Referring to surgical procedures intended to improve appearance; specifically relates to correction of deformities that result from heredity or aging and not caused by congenital anomalies, disease, trauma, or tumors.
2. Relating to the use of cosmetics.

cos·met·ic

(koz-met'ik)
1. Relating to cosmesis.
2. Relating to the use of cosmetics.
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The "Cosmetic Pigments Market by Composition (Organic, Inorganic), Type (Special Effect, Surface treated, Nano), Application (Facial Makeup, Eye Makeup, Lip Products, Nail Products, Hair Color Products), and Region - Global Forecast to 2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
[USPRwire, Wed Aug 21 2019] Global Cosmetic grade Color Additives Market: Introduction Cosmetic grade color additives include various dyes and pigments.
[ClickPress, Wed Jul 17 2019] A latest research study by Fact.MR projects the organic color cosmetic products market to register a high single-digit CAGR during the forecast period, 2017 to 2022.
This new award will be presented at the Society of Cosmetic Chemists' 73rd Annual Scientific Meeting & Technology Showcase, Dec.
A recent study of cosmetic dermatitis in the US has revealed that out of 10,061 patients, 23.8% females and 17.8% males had positive patch test to at least one allergen from cosmetic source.3 The clinical picture of cosmetic dermatitis depends on the type of products used (and, consequently, the sites of application), exposure, and the patient's sensitivity.
Irish pharmaceutical company Allergan plc (NYSE:AGN) on Friday updated the results of the clinical study of the higher dose of BOTOX Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) for the treatment of moderate to severe glabellar lines.
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This article considers the impact of cosmetic products upon ocular integrity and the implications for patients with regard to reducing risk of adverse reaction and ensuring successful contact lens wear.