By: Hannah Findlay
Cosmetic labels are an important part of every cosmetic product. It’s a manufacturer’s way to acquire new customers and retain existing ones. At the same time, for customers, it’s a way to get informed about the brand, product’s purpose, and ingredients.
When a product is brand new on the market, its design is one of the most important elements for success. Label design speaks about the brand identity, values, and mission. With the industry greatly relying on aesthetics, it’s important that the product stands out from the crowd. When it comes to design, there are various options. Cosmetic labels come in different shapes, colors, and materials. Manufacturers should keep in mind that the label speaks about a product the same way logo speaks about the brand.
Other than design, manufacturer should think about another label aspect - displaying information. Depending on the country of origin and geographical area of the market, there are some differences in the required information for cosmetic labels, and rules for how and where to layout the required information. If the product doesn’t meet specific labeling requirements, having false or misleading product information can be marked as misbranded.
The information displayed on cosmetic labels can be a decisive factor for buying a product. If the product is organic, and cruelty free, properly displaying the information on the product’s label will appeal to the nature-friendly customers.
Manufacturers often use symbols to display information about the product. As a customer, it’s important to know a thing or two about them. Knowing what common symbols on cosmetic labels mean can help you make informed decisions about products you put on your skin and hair.
Check out the infographic which covers important aspects of cosmetic labels both for manufacturers and customers. Find out about basic cosmetic labeling requirements, common symbols on cosmetic labels and their meaning.
By: Hannah Do
Oily skin is definitely a pain to deal with.
It can cause clogged pores, skin breakouts and ruin makeup. For someone who just wants to look great, it can be a bit frustrating.
And if nothing seems to work- from the expensive creams you put on to the painful treatments you get from salons- you’ll probably feel more than just frustrations.
Oily skin happens for a number of reasons.
Your genes, for example, can play a huge role in the activity of your oil glands. So does the food you eat and the products you apply on your skin.
Not getting enough sleep, experiencing a lot of stress and not wearing sunscreen can lead to excessive oil production, too.
And if you don’t keep these things under control, you’ll have more problems to deal with than just oily skin. Acne is one good example.
When there’s excessive oil on your skin, your pores can easily get clogged with dirt, makeup residues and dead skin cells. If you fail to draw out these impurities, like using acne-fighting face masks, they can trigger an inflammatory response and you’ll get skin breakouts.
You see, proper skin care counts a lot when you have overactive oil glands. If you are wondering how, the infographic below can show you exactly how to get rid of oily skin.
Hannah Do is the founder of Thank Your Skin, a beauty blog dedicated to providing honest skin care advice and information. She aspires to help her readers achieve their most beautiful skin by sharing personal tips learned through both years of experience and thorough research. Check out her latest article about Best Primer For Oily Skin. You can find her on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.
It might surprise you that what we consume is just as important as the products we use when it comes to keeping our skin healthy. It’s important to get the nourishing nutrients we need in order to look our best.
So, what foods can help keep our skin healthy?
It’s also very important to have a healthy digestive tract to keep your skin looking great. These are some additional nutrients you should include in your diet to help keep your gut and skin healthy:
Fiber – Foods rich in fiber will help your digestive system remove waste.
Probiotics – These healthy bacteria will help balance your digestive tract
Digestive Enzymes – These can assist in helping you get as much nutrition from the foods you eat as you can. Look for a quality digestive enzyme.
I hope you learned something new from these tips. Check out our infographic below that illustrates the importance of nutrition and gut health for skin! For more information on health and wellness, feel free to visit us at our blog, What’s Up, USANA?.
It's won't be too hard to try to eat the food on this list, very tasty!
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