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Bic Soleil kicks off Sunny Moments tour

BY Antoinette Alexander

SHELTON, Conn. — Bic Soleil and the Sunshine Squad are celebrating summer with Philadelphia and Jersey Shore residents through the "Sunny Moments" mobile tour.

The tour will stop in Philly on June 29 through July 1 and at the Jersey Shore on July 2 and 3.

The Sunshine Squad will give away complimentary gifts, Bic Soleil Bella razors, coupons and treats, such as ice water and popsicles, prepaid parking meters and flowers.

The Sunny Moments Tour will stop at the following Philadelphia locations:

  • Fairmount Park and Main Street in Manayunk on June 29;

  • Old City and Franklin Square on June 30;

  • Ritten Square and South Street July 1.

For those visiting the Jersey Shore, the Sunny Moments Tour will appear at:

  • Morey’s Pier and Wildwood Crest in Wildwood July 2;

  • Beach Avenue and the Washington Street Mall in Cape May on July 3.

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New Zinn Beauty Collection features products made with argan oil

BY Allison Cerra

NEW YORK — Bainbridge and Knight has entered the organic hair and beauty cosmetics realm.

The company said that its Zinn Beauty Collection is a line of natural beauty products that is made with 100% argan oil. The lineup includes Zinn velvet facial cleansing milk, Zinn revitalizing anti-aging cream, Zinn smooth body milk and Zinn 100% Moroccan argan oil. The products will retail from $24.99 to $29.99.

"The Zinn Beauty Collection came about simply from looking at nature’s own beauty remedies," Bainbridge and Knight VP sales Mark Howowitz said. "Whatever the skin or hair care concern, Zinn innately has the elements from nature to address it, and we are proud to bring such a healthful line to the marketplace."

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Safe Cosmetics Act of 2011 introduced to Congress

BY Antoinette Alexander

WASHINGTON — Legislation has been introduced that would require stricter labeling requirements of cosmetics and personal care products and give the Food and Drug Administration recall authority for products that are misbranded, adulterated or otherwise fail to meet safety standards.

Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill.; Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass.; and Rep. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., introduced the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2011. The legislation was introduced in the 111th Congress — this year’s bill includes changes designed to ease any potential burdens on small cosmetic manufacturers and clarify the intent of the bill.

"The health risks caused by harmful chemicals, such as formaldehyde, in cosmetic products demonstrate the pressing need to see that the products we use are safe. The Safe Cosmetics Act is critical to ensuring that personal care products do not compromise the health of workers and consumers," Baldwin said.

Key provisions in the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2011 include:

  • Post Market Testing: Requires the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to conduct annual random sample tests for pathogens or contaminants in cosmetic products;

  • Registration of cosmetic companies and registration fees: Cosmetics companies would be required to register with the FDA and pay a registration fee based on annual gross receipts or sales. Small businesses with less than $2 million in revenues from cosmetics would be exempt from registration; businesses with less than $10 million in revenues from cosmetics would be exempt from registration fees.

  • Cosmetic and ingredient testing and safety: The FDA would establish a list of ingredients prohibited from being used in cosmetics. This includes carcinogens and reproductive and developmental toxins;

  • Market restrictions: Provides the FDA with recall authority for products that are misbranded, adulterated or otherwise fail to meet the safety standard. The FDA will be able to request a voluntary recall or order the ceasing of distribution of any such cosmetic product;

  • Mandatory reporting of adverse health effects: Cosmetic manufacturers, packagers and distributors would have to provide the FDA with reports of adverse health effects associated with the use of a cosmetic;

  • Worker issues: Requires companies that manufacture cosmetics for salon use to provide information on any health hazards linked with those cosmetics; and

  • States sights: States may set more stringent standards.

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I.DELHI says:
Feb-01-2013 04:09 am

I want to replace some of my cosmetics, but I don't know of any stores or brands that carry all natural and safe cosmetics. I have access to a lot of big shopping malls around here, and there are stores like Sephora and Ulta at the mall as well as all the nicer department stores like Nordstrom and Bloomingdales. Web Design Delhi

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