Clearing Up Confusion Over The Bath Salt Ban

By Marci Robin February 24, 2011
Recently, you may have heard news about several states banning bath salts. For many who are familiar with this centuries-old spa staple, this caused some confusion and concern. However, it’s […]

The End Of Cosmetic Animal Testing?

By Marci Robin January 6, 2011
The testing of cosmetics on animals has increasingly fallen out of favor over the years. Many American beauty companies voluntarily avoid the practice, and in 2009, the European Union agreed […]

Should Phthalates Be Banned From Beauty Products?

By NewBeauty Editors November 29, 2010
It’s widely agreed upon that the regulatory laws for cosmetics are stronger in Europe than the are in the US. Europe has banned far more chemicals suspected of causing cancer […]

Colorado Cancels Their Anti-Cancer Cosmetics Bill

By Marci Robin March 2, 2010
After passionate pleas from both sides of the issue, the state of Colorado has decided to postpone a bill that would ban beauty products with so-called cancerous chemicals. Called the […]

A Beauty Ban On Swimmers In Japan

By Marci Robin February 22, 2010
For many of us, the demand is unimaginable: no nail polish, no earrings, no hair dye. Are these not fundamental cosmetic rights? Well, apparently they’re not if you’re a synchronized […]

How The Fda Handles Beauty

By NewBeauty Editors January 20, 2010
According to the federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act), cosmetics are defined as anything “applied to the human body” for the purposes of “cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or […]

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