• Family 411 CONSUMER ALERT: Dangerous Cosmetics

    DAYTON -- It's expected that by 2016, nearly 200-million Americans will go shopping online. That could be dangerous if you're shopping for cosmetics. The federal government is issuing new warnings about products you could buy.Women spend millions every year on cosmetics, from anti-aging serums, to moisturizers, and makeup, some of it quite pricey. Dr. Matthew Bakos says, it's a big business right now, especially with all of the anti-aging and beauty products coming out. Skin and beauty expert Paula Provenzano adds, these items represent a lot of money-making potential, so companies that pop up and do counterfeiting will replicate the packaging down to the letter.Put them on the internet for a bargain price, and the savings are pretty attractive. Says Provenzano: if you buy it, y...

    published: 14 Nov 2013
  • Cosmetics Consumer Brand ID & Brand Loyalty: Research Presentation

    Graham Ervin, Anna Ferguson, Felicia Hylton, and Maggie Jeffries -- all master's students at the University of Georgia -- present "The Beauty of Branding: How Consumer Brand Identification Contributes to Brand Loyalty." This study examined the link between a consumers identification with a brands personality and brand loyalty in the purchase of cosmetic products through the social identification (or identity) theory. Through an online survey, respondents answered questions based on consumer brand loyalty and brand identification indices. Results indicated that brand identification had a strong and statistically significant correlation to brand loyalty; brand identification had a negative correlation with the number of times a brand was used weekly, brand loyalty had a negative correlation ...

    published: 02 Dec 2009
  • MedWatch Minute - For Consumers

    The Food & Drug Administration regulates a wide range of products, including drugs for people and animals, biologics, medical devices, dietary supplements, infant formulas, and cosmetics. Consumers can report unexpected side effects, adverse events, or other problems they may experience with an FDA-regulated product through FDA's MedWatch program, at http://www.FDA.gov/MedWatch This video describes three things you should know about submitting a MedWatch report.

    published: 16 Sep 2016
  • Sustainable Cosmetics Supply Chains

    The entire cosmetics supply chain, from the initial sourcing of raw materials through to consumer use and disposal, has an impact on sustainability, social and ethical issues. ChainPoint’s software platform is well suited to supply chains in the cosmetics industry. Examples of applications include tracing cosmetic ingredients back to their origin, making sure they are sourced sustainably, or auditing and certifying suppliers to give assurance to consumers about the absence of bio-accumulative toxic ingredients, social and ethical violations. More information: https://www.chainpoint.com/industries/efficient-sustainable-cosmetics/

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • Chemicals in Consumer Products and Cosmetics

    Please read the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development’s Spring 2016 report. http://www.oag-bvg.gc.ca/internet/English/parl_cesd_201605_03_e_41382.html

    published: 31 May 2016
  • Iran is the world's 7th largest cosmetics consumer market

    (8 May 2010) SHOTLIST AP Television is adhering to Iranian law that stipulates all media are banned from providing BBC Persian or VOA Persian any coverage from Iran, and under this law if any media violate this ban the Iranian authorities can immediately shut down that organisation in Tehran. AP Television News +++ NO ACCESS BBC PERSIAN TV SERVICE / NO ACCESS VOA PERSIAN TV +++ Tehran-12 March 2010 1. Pan of Tehran's Marvi neighbourhood, a top business centre for buying and selling cosmetics and perfumes 2. Mid of three veiled women in front of a cosmetics and toiletries store 3. Close-up of make-up pack 4. Mid of three young woman inspecting a shop display which sells cosmetics 5. Close-up of face of girl wearing make-up 6. Close-up of lipsticks 7. Tilt-up of lipsticks in ...

    published: 24 Jul 2015
  • 11 Terrifying Facts About Makeup

    Be careful what you're putting on your face. Post to Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1n814M4 Like BuzzFeedVideo on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1ilcE7k Post to Twitter: http://bit.ly/1n813bc Music: Crushed Music Licensed Via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. Sources: http://www.fda.gov/Cosmetics/GuidanceRegulation/LawsRegulations/ucm074162.htm#Who_is_responsible http://www.fda.gov/forconsumers/consumerupdates/ucm294849.htm http://www.breastcancerfund.org/clear-science/environmental-breast-cancer-links/cosmetics/ http://www.greenbiz.com/sites/default/files/HeavyMetalHazard_May16_0.pdf http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/cosmetics/cosing/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.results&annex_v2=II&search http://www.fda.gov/cosmetics/guidanceregulation/lawsregulations/ucm127406.htm http://www.fda.gov/Cosmetic...

    published: 17 May 2014
  • Korean cosmetics rank second best-selling in China 한국, 중국 화장품 시장서 2위로 ′우뚝′...

    Riding on the back of Korean Wave or HallyuKorean cosmetics are gaining greater popularity. Korea jumped to second place in imported cosmetics market in China... overtaking Japan and the U.S. Lee Soo-eun has more. Cosmetics stores are must-visit spots for Chinese shoppers in Korea. It′s no surprise to find them loading up on all the latest Korean beauty products at the duty-free shops. ″I′ve seen this makeup brand logo online. Don′t all Korean celebrities use this product?″ With the rise of Hallyu, or the Korean Wave, K-beauty products and trends have also traveled overseas. Data from the Korea International Trade Association shows from January to July, Korean brands sold nearly 371 million dollars of cosmetics in China, surging about 251 percent compared to last year. Korea now ranks s...

    published: 07 Sep 2015
  • The Story of Cosmetics (2010) - Teaser

    http://storyofcosmetics.org COMING JULY 21, 2010 -- Major loopholes in U.S. federal law allow the $50 billion beauty industry to put unlimited amounts of chemicals into personal care products with no required testing, no monitoring of health effects and inadequate labeling requirements—making cosmetics among the least-regulated consumer products on the market. The Story of Cosmetics employs the Story of Stuff style to examine the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo. The film will explore the health implications for consumers, workers, and the environment, and show how we can move the industry away from hazardous chemicals and toward safer alternatives. The Story of Cosmetics is co-produced with the trailblazing enviro...

    published: 09 Jul 2010
  • Cosmetics Exports

    [Anchor Lead] Despite concerns over China's retaliatory response to Korea's decision to deploy the U.S. missile defense system THAAD, exports of Korean cosmetic products hit an all-time high last year. China is still the largest importer of Korean cosmetics. [Pkg] This cosmetics store in Myeong-dong, Seoul used to be packed with Chinese consumers on group tours, but now it looks deserted. Only a few Taiwanese and Southeast Asian customers visit it from time to time. [Soundbite] (Tourist from Malaysia) : "The primary goal of my trip to Korea is to buy cosmetics." Although cosmetics stores have suffered a blow due to a sharp drop in the number of Chinese customers stemming from the Korea-China conflict over the deployment of the U.S. missile system, exports of Korean cosmetics to China ...

    published: 28 Jun 2017
  • Julie Fredrickson, CEO Stowaway Cosmetics, is direct-to-consumer innovator taking on $60b industry

    Direct-to-consumer is one of the hottest trends in our industry. No retail, no malls, straight to the customer, and please pass the savings. Today Jason talks to direct-to-consumer entrepreneur Julie Fredrickson, who is innovating in a $60b market ripe for disruption: cosmetics. Stowaway creates make-up in small sizes that you can carry and finish, thereby reducing the inefficiency and waste that characterizes an industry which is 70% controlled by 10 conglomerates. Stowaway, co-founded by Julie and Chelsa Crowley, is also one of Jason's investments, so it's a great conversation about how he became involved, his thoughts on the space, Julie's experiences as a female founder, the power of a simple message for your product, the importance of a good referral program, what it's like to take on...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • Introducing Color Cosmetics Makeup Artist to Consumers

    This video was produced in support of launching a new brand of prestige color cosmetics.

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • Toxic Chemicals in Cosmetics: An Unregulated "Wild West" Market

    CHEJ is featuring a video by LinkTV on the essentially unregulated cosmetics market. Of the 12,000 chemicals currently used by the cosmetics industry 80% are not tested for health impacts such as cancer or reproductive harm. Of the chemicals tested, some known carcinogens such as formaldehyde are allowed to be used in certain consumer care products for both adults and children. While this lack of regulation affects everyone, women are the most impacted because they use the majority of products (10-12 daily). This informative video includes commentary by Mia Davia of BeautyCounter, a company that advocates on behalf of consumers and offers body-safe products.

    published: 14 Feb 2014
  • StreetTalk - Global Cosmetics – Shampoo Video

    StreetTalk Video Series - In this video we ask consumers to describe their ideal shampoo? Does your company sell the product?

    published: 13 Nov 2016
  • StreetTalk - Global Cosmetics – Mascara Video

    StreetTalk Video Series - In this video we ask consumers to describe their ideal mascara? Does your company have solution?

    published: 15 Oct 2016
  • Preservative Free Cosmetics - 100% Fresh - Active Ingredients

    Learn more via: www.ringanawellness.co.uk Whether making yourself or buying from a professional company - one thing worth keeping in mind is the principle of independent, verfified testing. Of course, it is essential raw materials are tested for purity and toxicity prior to being included in a product, but if natural ingredients are well sourced, senstively combined in the correct measure, they can have a transformational effect on the actual product and its effectiveness. What of the upsurge in “natural” labelled products recently, what can we say about these ‘natural products? Is natural really natural? Turns out, for a product to be labelled ‘natural’ only 70% of ingredients need to be naturally sourced which leaves upto 30% of the product potentially made from synthetics. Althoug...

    published: 26 Apr 2016
Family 411 CONSUMER ALERT: Dangerous Cosmetics

Family 411 CONSUMER ALERT: Dangerous Cosmetics

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DAYTON -- It's expected that by 2016, nearly 200-million Americans will go shopping online. That could be dangerous if you're shopping for cosmetics. The federal government is issuing new warnings about products you could buy.Women spend millions every year on cosmetics, from anti-aging serums, to moisturizers, and makeup, some of it quite pricey. Dr. Matthew Bakos says, it's a big business right now, especially with all of the anti-aging and beauty products coming out. Skin and beauty expert Paula Provenzano adds, these items represent a lot of money-making potential, so companies that pop up and do counterfeiting will replicate the packaging down to the letter.Put them on the internet for a bargain price, and the savings are pretty attractive. Says Provenzano: if you buy it, you may not get what you think you're buying, and may get something dangerous.Dermatology patient Kim Kelly has a lot of problems with her skin. I break out a lot, and it makes me feel self conscious. Kim's had a rash of reactions to cosmetics, so she says, I just make sure I buy it from a reputable source.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration does not approve cosmetics for sale, but it does get involved when consumers or companies report adverse reactions, incomplete or incorrect labeling, or a product that doesn't look or smell like it should. Dr. Linda Kat of the U.S. FDA says, we do go through and look, and if something is unsafe we will go through the legal aspects we can to get the product off market.Alerts on the FDA website warn of products which don't do what they claim. As recently as last month, the FDA warned about dozens of companies, including Avon, L'Oreal and Almay exaggerating anti-aging claims. An alert updated last month details dozens of cases of contamination in cosmetic products manufactured overseas. Estee Lauder made this list. These products never made it into the country. And the FDA even stopped fake or unlicensed botox shipped from Canada, China, Britain and Brazil.But when consumers buy on the internet, they're bringing beauty products right into their homes. Provenzano admits, makeup is like big girl candy. It's pretty, it's colorful.There's no end to bargain beauty websites right at your fingertips. This sounds like a great deal: MAC eye shadow for just four or five bucks on a website called Hot Cosmetic, which appears to be in Asia somewhere. Or how about high priced Benefit brand mascara? Sinclair Broadcast Group, INC Special Correspondent Sheila Gray bought it for just eight dollars on Amazon. A British news outlet bought that mascara and had it tested. It contained lead, copper, arsenic, mercury and cadmium. And it's still for sale on the Amazon website today.Dr. Bakos says, You've got to be careful. If you get a large enough exposure to it, it could have systemic side effects.To make sure you're getting the real deal on cosmetics, look for a batch number on the box or base of the product, notice differences in package color or font or the size of lids or applicator brushes. Or even easier, shop with stores or websites you know. And get to know someone who is educated on what's in the products you put on your face, like an esthetician or even the associate at your favorite department store.If you do want to buy online, buy online from a licensed seller. Beauty brands list these on their websites. Our experts say it's really not a good idea to buy cosmetics from another country because their standards may not be the same as the FDAs. If you do have a reaction, or if you suspect there's something wrong with a product, the FDA wants to hear from you. Click here to report problems.
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Cosmetics Consumer Brand ID & Brand Loyalty: Research Presentation

Cosmetics Consumer Brand ID & Brand Loyalty: Research Presentation

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Graham Ervin, Anna Ferguson, Felicia Hylton, and Maggie Jeffries -- all master's students at the University of Georgia -- present "The Beauty of Branding: How Consumer Brand Identification Contributes to Brand Loyalty." This study examined the link between a consumers identification with a brands personality and brand loyalty in the purchase of cosmetic products through the social identification (or identity) theory. Through an online survey, respondents answered questions based on consumer brand loyalty and brand identification indices. Results indicated that brand identification had a strong and statistically significant correlation to brand loyalty; brand identification had a negative correlation with the number of times a brand was used weekly, brand loyalty had a negative correlation to the number of years a brand was used and a negative correlation exists between age and brand loyalty. This research was conducted as a part of Dr. Kaye Sweetser's fall 2009 JRMC 8010 graduate Research Methods class at UGA's Grady College. Their final research report is at http://podcasting.gcsu.edu/4DCGI/Podcasting/UGA/Episodes/20220/26308.pdf
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MedWatch Minute - For Consumers

MedWatch Minute - For Consumers

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The Food & Drug Administration regulates a wide range of products, including drugs for people and animals, biologics, medical devices, dietary supplements, infant formulas, and cosmetics. Consumers can report unexpected side effects, adverse events, or other problems they may experience with an FDA-regulated product through FDA's MedWatch program, at http://www.FDA.gov/MedWatch This video describes three things you should know about submitting a MedWatch report.
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Sustainable Cosmetics Supply Chains

Sustainable Cosmetics Supply Chains

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The entire cosmetics supply chain, from the initial sourcing of raw materials through to consumer use and disposal, has an impact on sustainability, social and ethical issues. ChainPoint’s software platform is well suited to supply chains in the cosmetics industry. Examples of applications include tracing cosmetic ingredients back to their origin, making sure they are sourced sustainably, or auditing and certifying suppliers to give assurance to consumers about the absence of bio-accumulative toxic ingredients, social and ethical violations. More information: https://www.chainpoint.com/industries/efficient-sustainable-cosmetics/
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Chemicals in Consumer Products and Cosmetics

Chemicals in Consumer Products and Cosmetics

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Please read the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development’s Spring 2016 report. http://www.oag-bvg.gc.ca/internet/English/parl_cesd_201605_03_e_41382.html
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Iran is the world's 7th largest cosmetics consumer market

Iran is the world's 7th largest cosmetics consumer market

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(8 May 2010) SHOTLIST AP Television is adhering to Iranian law that stipulates all media are banned from providing BBC Persian or VOA Persian any coverage from Iran, and under this law if any media violate this ban the Iranian authorities can immediately shut down that organisation in Tehran. AP Television News +++ NO ACCESS BBC PERSIAN TV SERVICE / NO ACCESS VOA PERSIAN TV +++ Tehran-12 March 2010 1. Pan of Tehran's Marvi neighbourhood, a top business centre for buying and selling cosmetics and perfumes 2. Mid of three veiled women in front of a cosmetics and toiletries store 3. Close-up of make-up pack 4. Mid of three young woman inspecting a shop display which sells cosmetics 5. Close-up of face of girl wearing make-up 6. Close-up of lipsticks 7. Tilt-up of lipsticks in a cosmetics store 8. Close-up of a make-up set 9. Tracking shot of three young woman looking at cosmetics shop displays 10. Close-up of a young woman wearing make-up 11. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Somayeh (no last name given), Tehran resident: "As we can't reveal our hair and can't wear light clothes and always have to wear a headscarf, most women have to pay more attention to their face and that is why they use a lot of cosmetics." 12. Pan interior of a cosmetics and toiletries store 13. Close-up of make-up sets 14. Tilt-down of different make-up products at store's display 15. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Reza Poshtkoouhi, Cosmetics importer and shop owner: "People from different walks of life come here; poor people, rich people. It depends on their income. We try to have both cheap and expensive products so that we can serve different types of customers. Basically, most people ask for famous and genuine brands and high-quality products. Even though many may have low incomes, they come and buy good products. We have different types of customers and I think we are among several top countries in terms of sales volume and even we are ahead of most European countries in this regard." 16. Mid of young women walking up to shop counter 17. Close-up of face of young woman wearing make-up 18. Close-up of hand testing a make-up cream 19. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Narges (no last name given), Tehran resident: "Everybody wants to look beautiful and would do everything like make-up and different surgeries to look more beautiful. Women simply care and do make-up to look more and more beautiful. I, myself, renew my cosmetics and make-up sets every three or four months." 20. Close-up of eyelash extenders 21. Mid of two young woman at Tehran's cosmetics market 22. Close-up of banner reading (Farsi) "Germany make-up factory, America's Ipcan luxury, Sweden's Izodora, Korean Class." 23. Wide of people walking in Tehran's Marvi cosmetics and perfume business centre AP Television News +++ NO ACCESS BBC PERSIAN TV SERVICE / NO ACCESS VOA PERSIAN TV +++ Tehran, 15 March 2010 24. Close-up of eye 25. Reflection of young woman in the mirror appling make-up 26. Tilt-up from make-up tools, brushes and products to reflection of two make-up artists 27. Close-up hand working with a make-up brush 28. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Henghameh Kheiri, Make-up artist: "With a simple calculation we have some 14 to 15 million girls and women under 30 all of whom like to wear make-up. There are some young women who never wear make up to go out (because of religious considerations), but even these (religious) women like to do make-up at home because they feel okay about it. Make-up makes women feel more confident and it is also fun and a hobby." 29. Various of of Kheiri putting on make-up 30. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Henghameh Kheiri, Make-up artist: AP Television News +++ NO ACCESS BBC PERSIAN TV SERVICE / NO ACCESS VOA PERSIAN TV +++ Tehran, 16 April 2010 LEAD IN: STORYLINE: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2d386fcf389cd530a0eb07d480d4981a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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11 Terrifying Facts About Makeup

11 Terrifying Facts About Makeup

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Be careful what you're putting on your face. Post to Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1n814M4 Like BuzzFeedVideo on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1ilcE7k Post to Twitter: http://bit.ly/1n813bc Music: Crushed Music Licensed Via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. Sources: http://www.fda.gov/Cosmetics/GuidanceRegulation/LawsRegulations/ucm074162.htm#Who_is_responsible http://www.fda.gov/forconsumers/consumerupdates/ucm294849.htm http://www.breastcancerfund.org/clear-science/environmental-breast-cancer-links/cosmetics/ http://www.greenbiz.com/sites/default/files/HeavyMetalHazard_May16_0.pdf http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/cosmetics/cosing/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.results&annex_v2=II&search http://www.fda.gov/cosmetics/guidanceregulation/lawsregulations/ucm127406.htm http://www.fda.gov/Cosmetics/Labeling/Regulations/default.htm#pre-approve http://www.ams.usda.gov/AMSv1.0/getfile?dDocName=STELPRDC5068442 http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/videos/CFSAN/costf/costf-1.html LINKS! www.buzzfeed.com www.buzzfeed.com/video www.youtube.com/buzzfeed www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedpop www.youtube.com/cnnbuzzfeed BUZZFEED VIDEO BuzzFeed is the world's first true social news organization. Featuring tasty, short, fun, inspiring, funny, edgy, interesting videos from theBuzzFeed. /BuzzFeedVideo is BuzzFeed's original YouTube Channel, with a focus on producing great short-form BuzzFeed videos for YouTube (and the world!). BuzzFeed Video will entertain, educate, spark conversation, inspire and delight. Subscribe to BuzzFeedVideo today and check us out at http://buzzfeed.com
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Korean cosmetics rank second best-selling in China   한국, 중국 화장품 시장서 2위로 ′우뚝′...

Korean cosmetics rank second best-selling in China 한국, 중국 화장품 시장서 2위로 ′우뚝′...

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Riding on the back of Korean Wave or HallyuKorean cosmetics are gaining greater popularity. Korea jumped to second place in imported cosmetics market in China... overtaking Japan and the U.S. Lee Soo-eun has more. Cosmetics stores are must-visit spots for Chinese shoppers in Korea. It′s no surprise to find them loading up on all the latest Korean beauty products at the duty-free shops. ″I′ve seen this makeup brand logo online. Don′t all Korean celebrities use this product?″ With the rise of Hallyu, or the Korean Wave, K-beauty products and trends have also traveled overseas. Data from the Korea International Trade Association shows from January to July, Korean brands sold nearly 371 million dollars of cosmetics in China, surging about 251 percent compared to last year. Korea now ranks second in China for imported cosmetics. In comparison, the market leader, France, grew only six percent, narrowing the gap in market share with about 31 percent. Korea now accounts for 22 percent of the market, surpassing Japan and the U.S., which were last year′s second and third place holders. ″Chinese consumers use a lot of hydrating products and Korean cosmetics have global competitiveness in that field. We′re continuing to develop trendy products that cater to Asian skin.″ In order to continue the K-beauty boom, Korea′s cosmetics industry plans on carrying out China-specific marketing strategies and opening up additional distribution channels through China′s popular online shopping websites. Lee Soo-eun, Arirang News.
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The Story of Cosmetics (2010) - Teaser

The Story of Cosmetics (2010) - Teaser

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http://storyofcosmetics.org COMING JULY 21, 2010 -- Major loopholes in U.S. federal law allow the $50 billion beauty industry to put unlimited amounts of chemicals into personal care products with no required testing, no monitoring of health effects and inadequate labeling requirements—making cosmetics among the least-regulated consumer products on the market. The Story of Cosmetics employs the Story of Stuff style to examine the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo. The film will explore the health implications for consumers, workers, and the environment, and show how we can move the industry away from hazardous chemicals and toward safer alternatives. The Story of Cosmetics is co-produced with the trailblazing environmental health activists at the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics. The release will support the introduction of groundbreaking national legislation to regulate personal care product ingredients.
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Cosmetics Exports

Cosmetics Exports

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[Anchor Lead] Despite concerns over China's retaliatory response to Korea's decision to deploy the U.S. missile defense system THAAD, exports of Korean cosmetic products hit an all-time high last year. China is still the largest importer of Korean cosmetics. [Pkg] This cosmetics store in Myeong-dong, Seoul used to be packed with Chinese consumers on group tours, but now it looks deserted. Only a few Taiwanese and Southeast Asian customers visit it from time to time. [Soundbite] (Tourist from Malaysia) : "The primary goal of my trip to Korea is to buy cosmetics." Although cosmetics stores have suffered a blow due to a sharp drop in the number of Chinese customers stemming from the Korea-China conflict over the deployment of the U.S. missile system, exports of Korean cosmetics to China have surged. Last year, overall exports of Korean cosmetics recorded more than 4.1 billion dollars. Of that, about 1.6 billion dollars, or one-third of the total amount, was from China exports. Exports of Korean cosmetics products had been on the decline after recording sales of 330 million dollars in July last year, when the Korean government made a decision to deploy the missile defense system. However, they began to rise again in March this year, surpassing 440 million dollars. The trade surplus of Korean cosmetics products surged from 1.5 billion dollars in 2015 to more than 2.7 billion dollars last year. Whitening and other functional skin care products are especially popular in the European market. [Soundbite] Kim Dal-hwan(Ministry of Food & Drug Safety) : "Exports to China continue to account for a large share. Many other regions are also importing Korean cosmetics, including France, Italy and Spain." Cosmetics products are expected to revive the popularity of Korean culture overseas thanks to their outstanding quality and reasonable prices.
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Julie Fredrickson, CEO Stowaway Cosmetics, is direct-to-consumer innovator taking on $60b industry

Julie Fredrickson, CEO Stowaway Cosmetics, is direct-to-consumer innovator taking on $60b industry

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Direct-to-consumer is one of the hottest trends in our industry. No retail, no malls, straight to the customer, and please pass the savings. Today Jason talks to direct-to-consumer entrepreneur Julie Fredrickson, who is innovating in a $60b market ripe for disruption: cosmetics. Stowaway creates make-up in small sizes that you can carry and finish, thereby reducing the inefficiency and waste that characterizes an industry which is 70% controlled by 10 conglomerates. Stowaway, co-founded by Julie and Chelsa Crowley, is also one of Jason's investments, so it's a great conversation about how he became involved, his thoughts on the space, Julie's experiences as a female founder, the power of a simple message for your product, the importance of a good referral program, what it's like to take on a backwards but powerful industry, and much more. Never miss an episode! Subscribe in iTunes: Audio (http://bit.ly/TwiStA) || Video (http://bit.ly/TwiStV) ============== Thanks to our sponsors. Click here to tweet your support (can edit before sending): http://ctt.ec/FY1s8 HostGator.com, your one stop shop to getting your business online. Your domain name, your website, your website design, and even your marketing, they've got you covered. Have questions? Their team is there 24/7 via chat, phone, and email to help you. Start today for 30% off hosting with coupon code “twist.” Scott Walker at Walker Corporate Law. Scott loves startups and shows it, with fixed-fee pricing. Have a question? Email him directly, scott@walkercorporatelaw.com, and tell him Jason sent you. ============== Follow: http://twitter.com/almostmedia http://twitter.com/stowaway http://twitter.com/jason http://twitter.com/twiStartups Launch Ticker: http://launch.co Launch Festival: http://festival.launch.co Special thanks to the members of the TWiST Backchannel Program! Show notes powered by The Podcast Wire. Subscribe here: www.thepodcastwire.com
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Introducing Color Cosmetics Makeup Artist to Consumers

Introducing Color Cosmetics Makeup Artist to Consumers

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This video was produced in support of launching a new brand of prestige color cosmetics.
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Toxic Chemicals in Cosmetics: An Unregulated "Wild West" Market

Toxic Chemicals in Cosmetics: An Unregulated "Wild West" Market

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  • Updated: 14 Feb 2014
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CHEJ is featuring a video by LinkTV on the essentially unregulated cosmetics market. Of the 12,000 chemicals currently used by the cosmetics industry 80% are not tested for health impacts such as cancer or reproductive harm. Of the chemicals tested, some known carcinogens such as formaldehyde are allowed to be used in certain consumer care products for both adults and children. While this lack of regulation affects everyone, women are the most impacted because they use the majority of products (10-12 daily). This informative video includes commentary by Mia Davia of BeautyCounter, a company that advocates on behalf of consumers and offers body-safe products.
https://wn.com/Toxic_Chemicals_In_Cosmetics_An_Unregulated_Wild_West_Market
StreetTalk - Global Cosmetics – Shampoo Video

StreetTalk - Global Cosmetics – Shampoo Video

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  • Duration: 1:25
  • Updated: 13 Nov 2016
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StreetTalk Video Series - In this video we ask consumers to describe their ideal shampoo? Does your company sell the product?
https://wn.com/Streettalk_Global_Cosmetics_–_Shampoo_Video
StreetTalk - Global Cosmetics – Mascara Video

StreetTalk - Global Cosmetics – Mascara Video

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  • Duration: 1:37
  • Updated: 15 Oct 2016
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StreetTalk Video Series - In this video we ask consumers to describe their ideal mascara? Does your company have solution?
https://wn.com/Streettalk_Global_Cosmetics_–_Mascara_Video
Preservative Free Cosmetics - 100% Fresh - Active Ingredients

Preservative Free Cosmetics - 100% Fresh - Active Ingredients

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  • Updated: 26 Apr 2016
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Learn more via: www.ringanawellness.co.uk Whether making yourself or buying from a professional company - one thing worth keeping in mind is the principle of independent, verfified testing. Of course, it is essential raw materials are tested for purity and toxicity prior to being included in a product, but if natural ingredients are well sourced, senstively combined in the correct measure, they can have a transformational effect on the actual product and its effectiveness. What of the upsurge in “natural” labelled products recently, what can we say about these ‘natural products? Is natural really natural? Turns out, for a product to be labelled ‘natural’ only 70% of ingredients need to be naturally sourced which leaves upto 30% of the product potentially made from synthetics. Although products like these contain some natural ingredients, it doesn’t mean that they’re danger free. In fact this is entirely a marketing-ploy in order to create a better outward appearance for them to compete with brands that are using terms such as ‘organic’ – a term that is more highly regulated. Hence, the ingredients found in many cosmetics would shock a number of consumers and you wouldn’t ever consider eating a food product that contained any of these preservatives, yet we are still seeing a vast majority of consumers purchasing these products, applying them to the skin, potentially because it’s the easier option. Certification, Testing & Truth - Truth about Skin Care Can we ever get to the truth? First place to start is with a Full 100% Declaration (INCI) of ingredients – as many products may only display a partial list. Often companies with nothing to hide display 100% of ingredients as ultimately this is the only way to fully know – what’s what. Beyond this, within Europe there are a number of institutes and organisations which certify and confirm the credentials of skin care cosmetic products and nutritional supplements – such as the LACON institute, the LEFO Institute, the Dartsch Institute, the ECO CERT organisation and the comparison portal Cosmetic Analysis. Respectively they certify raw material ingredients independantly from the manufacturer, quality assure products for potency, dosage and toxicity and inspect and certify so consumers can better understand what is in the marketplace seperate to the marketing and branding messages being promoted by the entrepreneurs and PR specialists. Often smaller outfits may lack the capacity to have the raw materails they source for soaps & creams - independently tested for Purity Toxicity Active Ingrediencts - Potency The basic realisation is - whatever is in (:or not in) the raw material - ends up defining the efficacy and effectiveness of the finished product.
https://wn.com/Preservative_Free_Cosmetics_100_Fresh_Active_Ingredients
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