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Consumer confusion, the rise of sustainability and the appearance of retailer standards.
According to several news reports, the California Senate rejected an initial attempt to ban plastic microbeads in soaps and cosmetics. AB1699 reportedly fell one vote short of the 21 required to pass.
At the upcoming Sustainable Cosmetics Summit Asia-Pacific, beauty brands, suppliers and industry stakeholders will discuss the difficulties in going green with a beauty brand and the innovative ways they’ve come up with to solve these problems.
For the first time, in-cosmetic Asia’s educational program will be offered 100% free to event attendees.
New sunscreen actives may finally be on their way in the United States, as the Sunscreen Innovation Act (H.R.4250) passed the House of Representatives on July 28, 2014. The bill now goes to the Senate with the cosmetics industry eager to have it pushed through.
The beauty industry event attracted nearly 27,000 attendees for 2014, showcasing the wares of nearly 950 exhibitors and sharing trends, ideas and strategies from around the beauty and personal care world.
A beauty industry insider shares his thoughts on some of the trendiest of today’s green certifications and what makes them good—as well as what can make them difficult to achieve and sustain.
Is there a true meaning for "green"?
Ephemeral copyright protection for fragrances.
The Public Access to SunScreens (PASS) Coalition is applauding the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health for passage of the Sunscreen Innovation Act, H.R. 4250.