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May 28, 2017
Govt classifies microbeads as "unsafe" for cosmetics, mulls banning products using 'major water pollutant'Microbeads escape the filtration and treatment processes for waste water and end up in rivers, which ultimately lead to ocean where they contribute to the huge chunk of "plastic soup" in the environment
Apr 30, 2017
My politically charged lipstickNotes from a lipstick loving feminist's diary
May 09, 2016
The Maneka Gandhi column: Have you put snail goo on your face yet?Increasingly, snail slime is being used in medicines and cosmetics
Apr 25, 2016
The Maneka Gandhi column: Snail mucus to placenta, your cosmetics are full of animal discardThe products in your cosmetics include shark oil, human infant foreskins, chicken bone marrows, dead beetles and animal fat, writes Maneka Gandhi
Mar 17, 2016
Using eyeliner as lipstick: How Kylie Jenner was inspired to sell cosmetics lineReality TV personality Kylie Jenner created her Lip Kit By Kylie range after she had to use a brown eyeliner to achieve “perfect lips”
Sep 11, 2015
Arvind hopes to earn Rs 500 cr in beauty business after Sephora tie-upArvind will manage Sephora's portfolio of three stores in Delhi and one in Pune, the company said in a statement.
Mar 02, 2015
Govt order forcing cosmetic firms to declare 'non-veg products' under HC scannerThe Delhi High Court on Monday sought the Centre's response on pharma major Reckitt Benckiser's plea challenging a government notification mandating that every pack of cosmetics should indicate whether it has any ingredient of animal origin.
Oct 15, 2014
Cruelty-free cosmetics: India bans import of products tested on animalsHumane Society International, an NGO which had been campaigning for it, said government inserted a new rule 135-B in Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, banning import of such products.
May 08, 2014
Will this 3D printer called Mink destroy the makeup industry ?Grace Choi, a Harvard Business School graduate, has come up with 3D printer called Mink that can replicate any colour into an instantly wearable cosmetic.
Jun 01, 2012
Personal care MNCs bet on India's changing aspirationsIndian consumers' spending in premium HPC categories is the lowest among the BRIC nations and can be partly explained by the low per capita and disposable income.