Five beauty businesses from the Pacific islands will be showcasing their products at this month’s Beauty Expo Australia in Sydney.
Kylie Eustace, the founder of Kylie Professional Mineral Goddess make-up, has once again proven that her range is 100 percent waterproof in a series of spectacular underwater photographs.
More than a quarter of online shoppers have been duped into buying fake make-up and skincare products, according to research by MarkMonitor.
Harlotte Cosmetics will be helping the 22 bachelorettes in this year’s series of The Bachelor look their absolute best in their attempt to win the heart of 29-year-old Matty Johnson.
A UK campaign urging women to ‘ditch the junk’ in cosmetics to lower their risk of breast cancer has been condemned by the cosmetics industry.
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.
Australia has been ranked the sixth most expensive country for beauty products and services in the 2017 Beauty Price Index.
Unilever, the owner of over 40 brands including Lynx and Dermalogica, has joined forces with UN Women to launch the Unstereotype Alliance.
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”.
Ten years after a six-month trial in Australia, French Skincare brand Mary Cohr has officially launched in Australia.
After six months travelling the world meeting experts in the aesthetics industry while filming The Modern Face of Beauty, host Stephen Handisides concludes that most people “merely want to look good for their age”.
Nearly 10 years after launching its custom blend foundation system, Melli Cosmetics is continuing to shake-up the beauty industry with its personalised approach to makeup sales.
As increasing numbers of beauty salons add high-tech treatments to their menus, one Sydney cosmetic doctor is adding more traditional beauty and wellness treatments to his clinics’ menus.
Two Australian DMK skin revision therapists, Carmen Anuriw from the Chelsea Skin Clinic in WA and Brehanna Sanders from Just Magic in Queensland, were big winners at The Skin Games in Los Angeles.
It’s more important now than what it’s ever been.
Just because it’s edible doesn’t necessarily mean it’s suitable to apply on the skin.
Australian woman show more severe signs of facial ageing sooner than women in the UK, US and Canada.
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