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PR Firm Names Top Ten Ingredients for 2009

Pierce Mattie PR has named what it finds to be the top 10 ingredients in beauty for 2009.

Alban Muller Launches Online Plant Database

The A.M.I. Encyclopedia offers direct access to a volume of knowledge on the plant world. It brings together technical information on plants for cosmetic, phytotherapy and well-being food use.

CAS Hits 40 Million

The CAS Registry now boasts 40 million organic and inorganic substances, according to the organization.

Stylist Launches Vegan Hair Line

Hairstylist Wayne Ground has launched a hair care line based on 100% vegan protein ingredients.

Eco Lips Launches Edible Lip Line

Eco Lips has created a 99% organic and 100% edible lip line.

Fairtrade Ingredients on the Rise in Cosmetics

Organic Monitor has noticed a rising popularity in fairtrade in the cosmetics industry.

Pravana Launches Botanical Hair Color

Pravana Nanturceuticals has introduced what it deems the first botanical-based hair color treatment.

NMI Announces 2007 Health and Wellness Market Stats

The natural/organic personal care category showed the largest growth since 2006, at 29% (US$7.8 billion in sales).

Natural Rosemary Extract Certified as Organic

Two of Vitiva's extracts have been certified organic by Ecocert, meetings the demand for organic products.

Aveda Founder Sources Food Chemistry for Organic Hair Care

Horst Rechelbacher, the founder of Aveda, has sourced food chemists to launch what he terms the first hair care line to bear the USDA organic seal.

Consumers are Incorporating More Organic Products into Daily Life

A natural and organic survey has revealed that consumers are integrating organic products more into their lifestyles.

Compass: Seeing Green

Consumers see green as natural and organic products that omit ingredients viewed as being toxic, and that somehow give back to, or are friendly to, the Earth during their manufacture. There’s a lot of room for interpretation in this description, so how can a cosmetic formula be developed to meet a green definition.

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