Skincare

 

US study finds cosmetics are not as safe as most people think

Cosmetics on sale in the US are not as safe as most people think, according to a new study by the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

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Brisbane therapist wins $1500 holiday

Brisbane-based beauty therapist Hazel Neilon has won a $1500 holiday in Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics’ biggest ever competition in Australia.

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Australia ranked in world’s Top 10 for beauty expenses

Australia has been ranked the sixth most expensive country for beauty products and services in the 2017 Beauty Price Index.

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Expo offers a beautiful education

Apart from displaying thousands of new products, Beauty Expo Australia will give beauty professionals the chance to upgrade their knowledge and skills with an extensive education program.

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Chinese mask obsession continues

Chinese consumers love for the facial mask shows no signs of slowing, with new research predicting that the market will grow 15.8 percent in value each year over the next five years.

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The ultimate ‘bucket list’ for spa lovers…

Health and Fitness Travel, a global luxury wellness travel company, has just released a list of The World’s 10 Most Unusual Spa Therapies.

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Cosmoprof Asia launches ‘show within show’

Following its record-breaking success last year, Cosmoprof Asia will be introducing Cosmopack Asia, a ‘show within the show’, at this year’s event.

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Victoria shares her secrets across the Tasman

Victoria Curtis, the founder and CEO of Curtis Cosmetics, hosted the brand’s fourth annual New Zealand Retailer Conference in Auckland this month.

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Beauty Expo returns to Darling Harbour

Beauty Expo Australia will return to its Darling Harbour home at a brand new venue, the International Convention Centre Sydney, next month with “a bevy of exciting brands and new products to see, sample, and shop”.

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Unilever leads fights against stereotyping

Unilever, the owner of over 40 brands including Lynx and Dermalogica, has joined forces with UN Women to launch the Unstereotype Alliance.

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MitoQ redefines anti-ageing market

MitoQ, the company that discovered MitoQ, a third-generation CoQ10 which targets mitochondria, has now launched a skincare range “hundreds of times more powerful than other CoQ10 products”.

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L’Oreal set to sell The Body Shop

L’Oreal Paris is set to sell The Body Shop to Brazil’s Natura Cosmeticos for one billion euros.

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Estee Lauder buys into Deciem

Estée Lauder has purchased a minority stake in Deciem – the fast growing company behind 10 brands including The Ordinary and NIOD.

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Hyde Park College moves into Adelaide

Thirty two years after first opening its doors in Adelaide, Hyde Park College of Skin and Body Therapy has moved to bigger and better premises in the centre of the city.

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7 wellness trends set to boom this year

Raison d’Etre, the global spa consultancy and think tank for wellness, has revealed the seven Wellness Trends set to grow in popularity this year – and beyond.

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Non-surgical cosmetic surgery set to grow 7 percent

The global non-surgical cosmetic surgery market is set to grow 7.87 percent a year from 2017 until 2012, according to a new report.

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US scientists regenerate ‘full thickness’ skin

A US regenerative medicine company has successfully regenerated ‘full-thickness skin’ on pigs – and plans to begin human trials later this year.

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Mary Cohr re-launches into Australia

Ten years after a six-month trial in Australia, French Skincare brand Mary Cohr has officially launched in Australia.

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