Premium skin and cosmetics range SK-II, by Proctor & Gamble,
has received industry recognition in the US, which follows a ban of
the range in China last year amidst fears of potentially harmful
metals found in formulas.
Mannatech has launched a new skin care line featuring a proprietary
water technology that means the formulation has no need for any
preservatives - giving it a head start in the increasingly
competitive market for natural-based products.
Migami, a US-based company that has made its name developing and
testing clean air technology, has acquired assets in the company
Innovay, giving it a new direction purchasing licensing rights for
cosmetic and pharmaceutical products.
Proctor & Gamble is back on the road to redemption in China
after its SK-II range re-appeared on store shelves this week
following a ban brought about by a scare relating to traces of
heavy metals that were found in formulations.
Following a pan-Asian scare regarding heavy metal content in
Procter & Gamble's SK-II skin care line, South Korean
authorities have said that it has found only traces of the
suspected substances and says 'it is too little...
Procter & Gamble is on the defensive after authorities in the
Guandong and Hong Kong region of China discovered high levels of
dangerous chemicals in its SK-II skin care line following routine
Once dismissed as a fad, edible cosmetics are starting to make
their mark on the global market as an increasing number of launches
hone in on consumer desires for natural ingredients that often
happen to cross into the realms of the...
A team of researchers working at the Hiroshima University's
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in Japan claims it has
clarified the structure of melanin, a move which could enable
cosmetic companies to develop more effective...