follow us on twitter follow us on facebook

UK: Saaf pure skincare Category: HomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal Care

Tags: | | | |

12/1/12

Saaf pure skincare has always been synonymous with natural ingredients that refine and restore your skin’s balance. 

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

UAE: Pure Halal Beauty: Products offer natural and ethical alternatives Category: HomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal Care

Tags: | | | |

29/12/11  arabnews.com

 

Pure Halal Beauty (PHB) offers a revolutionary alternative to other beauty products with its largest range of natural halal certified beauty products. A PHB franchise store will open in the Middle East in 2012, announced owner Rose Brown, 21, when Arab News caught up with her.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Malaysia: Commercial collagen Category: HomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal CarePharmaceuticals

Tags: |

11/12/11  thestar.com.my

By Katherina Marie

STEAMED with chilli and garlic, the tilapia fish makes for a delicious meal, but a Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) researcher has discovered that the spiny-finned freshwater fish is a rich source of collagen.

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

BPA in womb linked to girls’ behavioural problems Category: HealthHomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal CarePharmaceuticals

24/10/11 www.independent.co.uk

By Jeremy Laurance, Health Editor

A chemical used in plastic that is ubiquitous in the food and drink industries has been linked with emotional and behavioural problems in girls when they are exposed to it before birth.

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

The Growth Potential for Halal cosmetics Category: ConsumerMarketingPersonal CareTrends

Tags: | |

9/11 www.myBIGearth.com

 

The latest in green cosmetics comes from the ancient Islamic tradition of halal. The word halal, is Arabic for permissible and is often used to describe meat slaughtered and prepared in line with Islamic law. Halal cosmetics are made without alcohol and pork ingredients both of which are banned in Islam but are often found in cosmetics. Halal beauty products, make up $500m of the $2trn global halal market and are made using plants and minerals that mirrors the trend for ethical beauty products.

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Ramadan and Eid Spiritual guide. Free download Category: Animal welfareBehalal.org workBenefits of joining behalalCampaignConsumerDonateFood ProductionHealthHomeIndustry News UK & WorldJoin UsMarketingMeat & PoultryPersonal CareReference

Tags: | | | | |

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

EU: Lipstick Liability: Key Regulations for Cosmetic Manufacturers Category: Personal CarePharmaceuticals

Tags: |

July 2011

From the male grooming market to halal cosmetics and organic or ‘green’ beauty products, the cosmetics industry is constantly expanding and diversifying.

Cosmetic lipstick 300x225 Lipstick Liability: Key Regulations for Cosmetic ManufacturersPhoto by Sanja Gjenero, Zagreb

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Malaysia: Forever Living, BP Diagnostics join Sarawak Health, Wellness, Beauty and Halal Expo 2011 Category: HomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal CarePharmaceuticals

Tags: | | | | |

14/5/11 www.theborneopost.com

KUCHING: Another big name in the health and wellness industry, Forever Living, had confirmed its participation in the upcoming Sarawak Health, Wellness, Beauty and Halal Expo 2011.

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Environmental lobby urges EU limits on chemicals Category: ConsumerFood ProductionHealthHomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal CarePharmaceuticals

Tags: | | | | | |

7/5/11  www.reuters.com

(Reuters) – Environmental lobby ChemSec on Tuesday highlighted 22 hormone-disrupting chemicals routinely found in plastics, packaging and cosmetics that it wants regulated by the European Union.

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

GCC perfume market worth $ 3 bn Category: HomeIndustry News UK & WorldMarketingPersonal CarePharmaceuticalsTrends

Tags: | |

29/4/11 sachaorloff.wordpress.com

WAM Dubai, 17th March 2011 (WAM)

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Could your saucepans bring on the menopause? Chemicals found around the home linked to health problems Category: ConsumerHomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal Care

25/3/11  www.dailymail.co.uk

By DAVID DERBYSHIRE
Last updated at 10:42 AM on 24th March 2011

Stress: Experts claim the menopause could be brought on by household chemicalsStress: Experts claim the menopause could be brought on by household chemicals (posed by model) 

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

UK investigates fish spa pedicures on health issues Category: HomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal Care

Tags: | | | | |

2/3/11  www.reuters.com

(Reuters) – Fish spa pedicures have become a popular alternative to exfoliation in recent years but health officials say they are now investigating the pampering treatment on concerns it may spread infection.

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Indonesian women splash out at Islamic spas Category: ConsumerHomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal Care

Tags: | | |

15/2/11 http://www.reuters.com

By Suzanne Woo

(Reuters) – Indonesian women are splashing out on treatments at spas aimed at meeting Islamic values, including paying for special headscarf styling, as affluence rises in the world’s most populous Muslim nation.

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Halal methods can rid products of meat gelatine Category: HomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal CarePharmaceuticals

1/2/11 By Anwar Ahmad (anwar@khaleejtimes.com)

ABU DHABI – Halal covers a wide range of items including pharmaceutical products, toiletries, fashion and food.

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Green Products: The Growth Potential for Halal Cosmetics Category: HomeIndustry News UK & WorldPersonal Care

20/1/11 www.justmeans.com
2002025598The latest in green cosmetics comes from the ancient Islamic tradition of halal. The word halal, is Arabic for permissible and is often used to describe meat slaughtered and prepared in line with Islamic law. Halal cosmetics are made without alcohol and pork ingredients both of which are banned in Islam but are often found in cosmetics. Halal beauty products, make up $500m of the $2trn global halal market and are made using plants and minerals that mirrors the trend for ethical beauty products.

» read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn