cosmetics

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cosmetics

(kɒzˈmɛtɪks)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) beauty preparations; make-up
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* Total US retail sales of beauty products have been on the rise for several years, reaching an estimated $46.2 billion in 2015, according to Mintel, which projects beauty product sales to post annual gains of 2-3% through 2020.
To find out, Nielsen recently conducted a beauty product claim survey of more than 1,000 adults.
Premium men's hair care products, facial wipes, cosmetics, premium bath and shower products and premium baby products are forecast to see the most growth in value among beauty product categories in the UAE by 2017, she said.
Health and beauty product manufacturer DCS has seen a flood of export orders worth more than pounds 600,000 for its Enliven brand - a record for the privately-owned company.
The family's insistence on only using the best natural products recently saw them pick up the Best New Natural Beauty Product at the Natural and Organic Awards 2011, for their Beautifully British hand and body lotion.
But offer women lipstick or a beauty product that does double duty - like provide sun protection or anti-aging benefits along with beautification, and you may have a deal.
Sales of Pond's Cold Cream soared by 120% after it was said that the Can't Get You Out Of My Head star uses the traditional beauty product every day, on the advice of her mother.
Women who buy traditional products also felt the greatest emotional attachment to beauty product claims that clearly explain nature's benefits in "soothing" wording that spoke of each natural ingredient's health benefit.
The You Gov survey found that more than half of consumers in the region would stop buying a particular beauty product if they knew it had been tested on animals and even more believe that toiletry products tested on animals should be banned.
Other beauty product lines also combine the biblical ingredients in perfumes, bath salts, and soaps.
A Chinese woman is attempting to sue a Hong Kong movie star for damages over the failure of a beauty product promoted by the actress to work as advertised, China's official Xinhua News Agency reported Friday.