China takes step closer to cruelty-free beauty with Leaping Bunny Pilot Project

The initiative will help cruelty-free brands, including Bulldog Skincare and Neal’s Yard Remedies, sell and produce products in China without the risk of animal testing

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Unilever sues Target over unauthorised selling of Dermalogica

Anglo-Dutch conglomerate accuses retailer of obtaining products on the grey market

Blac Chyna under fire for skin whitening cream

The model recently visited Nigeria to push her new Whitenicious x Blac Chyna lightening cream and received a barrage of ...

ASA upholds investigation into Superdrug’s advertising blunders

The beauty retailer was pulled up on two investigations regarding promotional advertising

Cosmetics Business Regulatory Summit 2018: The full review

From the EU Cosmetics Regulation to halal certification and REACH, the 2018 Cosmetics Business Regulatory Summit ...

CPL Aromas ‘on track’ for full integration of Spanish acquisition amid continued Brexit uncertainty

The fragrance house acquired dM fragrances in October as part of a strategic ‘Brexit contingency plan’

L’Oréal sues Drunk Elephant over patent infringement

Dispute over ingredient used in Drunk Elephant’s C-Firma Day Serum

Battle of the Bills: Senator Hatch’s new US cosmetic regulation bill analysed

With three cosmetics regulation bills now introduced in the US, here’s how the new Hatch bill stacks up against ...

L’Oréal sued by former marketer over 'racial discrimination'

The US office of the French personal care company, and owner of L’Oréal Paris and Biolage, refutes the claims

Safety assessment and the EU Cosmetic Regulation: 5 years on

The Cosmetic Regulation substantially increased the robustness of the safety assessment process, but there are several ...

The latest product security innovations available on the market

Personal care product security solutions are increasingly sophisticated – but what price is too high for anti-tampering ...

Cosmetic safety apps need greater scientific evidence to avoid misleading shoppers, warns Fébea

Digital apps that assess the quality and safety of cosmetics are providing ‘incorrect’ information to consumers

Gwyneth Paltrow slammed for “misleading” advertising of beauty brand Goop

The Oscar-winning actress spoke on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme earlier this month, but was later reported to the ...