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LAUNCHING INNOVATIVE COSMETICS PRODUCTS TO LITHUANIAN MARKET

This article explores the Lithuanian cosmetics industry and what obstacles a company faces when introducing a new product to the market. The cosmetics industry in Lithuania is reviewed, and the product manufacturing process is investigated. The paper contains the findings of the survey companies involved in the development of cosmetics industry products. A model for the manufacture of new cosmetics-based on the findings of the research is presented, based on the findings of the research, and conclusions and recommendations are made.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3846/mla.2021.14251


Purchasing Behavior: Mediating Roles of Brand Personality and Religiosity in the Purchase of Halal Cosmetics

This paper aims to contribute to the body of evidence on brand identity and customer behavior when purchasing Halal cosmetic products. The population of Muslim women in Indonesia who have purchased halal cosmetics is included in this study. Another finding from this research is that religiosity has no influence on the relationship between brand image and actual purchases. Brand personality studies may continue to be carried out in other countries, not just Indonesia's halal cosmetics industry.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.7187/gjatsi022022-12


Prophetic Food-Based Cosmetics: A Segment of Halal Beauty Market

Some cosmetics brands have already had their products infused with prophetic food as key ingredients for cosmetics and beauty products, such as in Safi, The Body Shop, and Good Virtues & Co. As in Safi, The Body Shop and Good Virtues & Co, the prophetic food as key ingredients for cosmetics and beauty products is not new, as some cosmetics brands have already have their products infused with prophetic food as key ingredients. Hence, this paper investigates the promise of prophetic food-based cosmetics as a market segment in Halal's beauty industry and its potential in the Muslim market.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.33102/uij.vol26no.88


Safety Assessment of Animal- and Plant-Derived Amino Acids as Used in Cosmetics

The Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel reviewed the effectiveness of animal- and plant-derived amino acid mixtures, which serve as skin and hair conditioning agents, as well as hair conditioning agents. The safety of individual -amino acids in cosmetics has long been demonstrated, based on extensive study based on acute and chronic dietary exposures, and the Panel has also examined individual -amino acids as direct food additives.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/1091581814554774


Influence of social media advertising, e-marketing and product quality on the process of purchasing nature cosmetics

Consumers' decision to Buy Nature Cosmetics in North Sumatra-Indonesia partially and simultaneously obtained this report, which will explore the role of Social Media Adverting, E-Marketing, and Product Quality on Consumers' decision to Buy Nature Cosmetics in North Sumatra-Indonesia. This report aims to investigate the impact of Consumers' decision to Buy Nature Cosmetics in North Sumatra-Indonesia partially and simultaneously.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.20525/ijrbs.v8i5.491


Adoption of halal cosmetics: extending the theory of planned behavior with moderating role of halal literacy (evidence from Pakistan)

Purpose The aim of this research was to develop an expanded theory of planned behavior models by including religious commitment and self-efficacy as internal variables and investigating the effect of these variables on attitudes toward halal cosmetics. In addition, this report looked at the moderating role of halal literacy in the relationships between attitudes, cultural norms, perceived social control, and intentions to buy halal cosmetics. The use of interaction moderation has been used to determine the moderating effect of halal literacy on the purchase intention of halal cosmetics. Normative beliefs had a significant correlation with SN, according to the study. The findings show that RC and self-efficacy both significantly influence Gen Y's attitudes. In addition, the moderating effect of halal literacy does not exist in the PBC-PI relationship. To reach Muslim customers, cosmetic product managers must track Muslim consumption habits in order to plan strategies to appeal to Muslim customers. This report reveals the effects of RC, self-efficacy, and the moderating role of halal literacy on a burgeoning market segment's social attitudes, which can help marketers design more efficient advertising campaigns. Originality/value This paper contributes to the halal consumption literature by investigating RC and self-efficacy as constructs for the first time in the TPB scheme. This research, to the best of the authors' knowledge, is the first to investigate the effects of halal literacy on Gen Y Pakistani Muslim consumer behavioral intention toward halal cosmetics using the TPB model.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1108/jima-09-2021-0295


Proposal for Implementation of Post-Consumer Reverse Logistics in a Cosmetics Company In the Manaus Free Trade Area

In a cosmetics business headquartered in Manaus, AM Free Trade Area, the aim of this research was to recommend the deployment of post-consumer reverse logistics with the intention of maximizing the production processes in a sustainable manner, with the goal of recycling packaging waste, which will then become raw materials in other production processes feedback.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol7.iss11.1798


PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP MODELLING TO FOSTERING COMPETITIVE PERFORMANCE OF SMALL- AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES IN THE BULGARIAN COSMETICS AND PERFUME INDUSTRY

A review of classical SME competitiveness in the context of the circular economy and the EU's "Green Deal" include several aspects. During the 2021-2027 period, the study's findings are intended to inspire SMEs to invest in new biotechnological equipment and close collaboration with public institutions of Bulgaria's scientific environment - Institutes, Research Centers, and Universities - as bearers of research potential for testing and implementing new industrial solutions in Bulgaria's cosmetics and perfume industry. Conclusions are related to the derivation of a body of suggestions for the implementation of an appropriate for Bulgarian reality model PPP for Bulgarian SMEs in the field of cosmetics and perfumery.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.15547/tjs.2021.s.01.011


Working Alone, Limited Restroom Accessibility, and Poor Menstrual Health Among Cosmetics Saleswomen in South Korea

Despite being critical for female employees' health, menstrual hygiene control at work has been marginalized in occupational health studies. a higher risk of ever being unable to change the sanitary pads and dermatopathy in a day than those who worked alone less than a day and more than 3 h or more.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1177/10482911221083666

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