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Julep set its sights on soft pastels, sheer whites, a range of blues and deep coral for nails for this spring.
Inter Parfums' parting of ways with Burberry continues to affects its results, but the company has big plans for launches and developments in 2014.
Announcements from BASF, DuPont Tate & Lyle and Schülke, Symrise, DSM, AkzoNobel, Lonza and more, as well as in-cosmetics 2014 launch information from Sederma, Induchem, Bayer MaterialScience, Merck and beyond.
The license agreement for the creation, development and distribution of fragrances and personal care products under the Robert Graham name by Batallure Beauty.
The partnership provides ICMAD members access to the recently launched NSF Cosmetics and Personal Care Program.
The Body Mode report is the first in a series of Mode reports designed to help developers and designers "see" the future.
The plan includes full disclosure of all ingredients including those typically protected under trade secrets such as fragrances.
The company's new Elizabeth Arden Rx skin care line will be available exclusively in physician offices.
The Humane Cosmetics Act, introduced by Congressman Jim Moran, would make it unlawful for anyone to conduct or commission cosmetic animal testing in the U.S. and prohibit selling, offering for sale or transporting any cosmetics in interstate commerce if the final product or any component was developed or manufactured using animal testing.
According to ICMAD and the PBA, “We are disappointed with the FDA’s letter stating that they have precipitously decided to discontinue negotiations with the cosmetics industry regarding legislation to modernize national cosmetic legislation."