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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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Less stringent regulations related to the use of cosmetic pigments while manufacturing color cosmetics also offer growth opportunities to the manufacturers in the region.
Summary: Cosmetic grade color additives include various dyes and pigments.
"Women like Florence Wall paved the way for us in the cosmetic sciences," said Kelly Dobos, SCC president and cosmetics technical manager for Americas, Sun Chemical Corporation.
The resolution against taxes on local cosmetics industry was submitted by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Salma Saadia Taimoor during a session in Lahore.
Many studies have reported that hairdressers and beauticians are among the most commonly affected occupational groups with cosmetic dermatitis.4 Commonly used cosmetics like soaps, creams, lipsticks, foundations, sunscreens, perfumes, and eye, hair, and nail cosmetics can cause allergic contact dermatitis.
The new measure is an update of the 2012 National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation guideline for cosmetic makers on labeling cosmetics and verifying their claimed effects.
Abdul Khaleq Zazi Watantdost, the head of the medicine importersC[bar] union in Kabul told Killid that most cosmetics sold in Afghanistan are fakes.
The skin care cosmetics packaging submarket will see the fastest growth among the applications submarkets, according to Visiongain, driven by the ongoing anti-aging, male grooming and premiumization trends in the cosmetics market.
The immediate contamination of the tear film with eye cosmetics can disrupt tear film stability and subsequently reduce ocular comfort.
Additionally, growing health concerns from the harmful effects of cosmetics manufactured using dead animals is boosting demand for halal cosmetics among the non-Muslim population as well, explained the report titled "Saudi Arabia Halal Cosmetics Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020" from TechSci Research, a global market research and consulting company.
Have you been interested in switching your cosmetics to cruelty-free alternatives but do not know where to begin?