A new report confirms that more cosmetic products are causing health problems, specifically on the skin.
Scientists study the effects of products on skin molecules.
Are sunscreen and skin moisturizers from cyanobacteria effective protection from the sun?
Researchers reported that pregnant women who were exposed more frequently to phthalates were more likely to have preterm births.
The pursuit of luscious, red lips may be putting women in danger, according to scientists who recently found alarming levels of toxins in popular lipsticks and lip glosses.
When did you finally decide to let your boyfriend see you without makeup? According to a new study, women are so insecure about their au naturale state that an astonishing 80 percent say they wait at least an entire month before letting their new lover see them without makeup.
The E.U. says that it will continue to develop new ways of testing.
Pretty lips or sharper brain? You may have to make a choice between the two by the time you finish reading this report. Experts warn that even low levels lead exposure could affect one's IQ, behavior and ability to learn, and after studying 22 lipstick brands, they have found that 55 percent contained trace amounts of the toxic element. A report by Underwriters Laboratories suggests that 12 of the lip products sampled and examined tested positive for lead content, with the highest content being 3.22 parts per million, the Daily Mail reported.
L'Oreal, the French cosmetic giant and the world's largest cosmetics manufacturer, has been accused by US regulators of misleading claims in marketing its Lancome line of anti-aging products, according to a letter released Tuesday. Addressed to the president of L'Oreal-owned Lancome USA, the letter by the Food and Drug Administration says that under US law, some Lancome products advertised online "are intended to affect the structure or any function of the human body, rendering them drugs."