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Beyond cushion compact, sleeping pack and first essence, Korean skin care products are breaking through on a global level.
"We are off to a phenomenal start," said Mary Dillon, CEO, upon the release of Ulta's first quarter 2016 results.
Formulated with herbal ingredients, Green Goo's Poison Ivy Care helps to soothe and relieve pain and allergic reactions. Helping heal inflammation and blisters, the product also aids the body's healing abilities.
New range of lipsticks and lip glosses “allows women to make ethical and sustainable cosmetic choices without compromising on quality, style or luxury."
Never Miss a Spot Technology, Extended Wand Sunscreen Applicator (PHD Skincare) was the gold winner.
Helping protect against mold, bacteria and yeast, Schülke&Mayr GmbH launched euxyl K 940, a liquid cosmetic preservative. This ingredient was created with global approval to be utilized in a range of formulation types.
BASF is making sure to improve the sustainability of its personal care portfolio, focusing on palm and palm kernel oil ingredients.
A bill that amends the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) to revise regulations on chemicals has passed the House although reports have surfaced that Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is blocking quick consideration of the vote.
New campaign partners with celebrity stylist Felicia Leatherwood to boost several of its relevant brands, including Pantene and Herbal Essences.
While reducing the signs of wrinkles and improving firmness, 3LAB Skincare's Anti-Aging Cream is formulated to also help hydrate skin. Maintain a youthful appearance, while quenching the skin's thirst.