Born Skincare Launches New Products at Beautyworld Middle East in Dubai

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 12, 2015

Leading organic skincare brand, Born Skincare, is expanding its acclaimed all-natural collection. The company will be introducing six new products when it attends Beautyworld Middle East in Dubai, UAE from May 26th to May 28th. The new products will include two varieties of body butters, a face moisturizer, an eye cream, a serum and a facial exfoliator.

Unveiling these new products at Beautyworld marks the company’s first push into international sales. “We are very excited to attend Beautyworld Dubai and expand our business internationally,” says Born Skincare creator Gloria Barghi. Beautyworld is the largest international trade fair for beauty, hair, fragrance and well-being cosmetics.

In addition to the latest product launch, Born Skincare recently released a foaming cleanser for men and women called Pure. Pure is a gentle cleanser that thoroughly washes away pollutants without irritating the skin. Although it is non-irritating, it is effective enough to take off makeup. It can also be used morning or night.

Born Skincare, offers a full range of products that embody the founder’s dedication to a toxic-free lifestyle. Buyers, sellers, and distributors who are interested in learning more about Born Skincare’s products should contact the company through the website.

About Born Skincare:

Born Skincare is a family-driven business that has a deep conviction in what it does, which makes its creators proud to put their names on every Born Skincare product. Born Skincare’s philosophy is that being healthy is paramount, and that being healthy begins with consuming the right foods and nourishing the skin. The company has devoted years of research towards maximizing the health and beauty benefits the grape provides. The results of this tireless commitment are in every bottle of Born products produced. For more information, visit, Twitter @BornSkincare, Facebook, Pinterest at and Instagram @BornSkincare.

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ABR Launches New Mycoplasma Testing Services

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

Pullman, Washington (PRWEB) November 05, 2014

ABR (now a VMRD division) announced today the availability of new testing services that can detect the presence of mycoplasma in animal origin products, master virus seeds, and other sample types. The new services satisfy various regulatory standards including US Pharmacopoeia (USP), European Pharmacopeia (EP), and 1993 FDA Points to Consider.

“This is a very exciting development and represents a major milestone towards our goal of being a one-stop-shop for the adventitious agent testing needs of our customers”, said Dr. Richard Jones, Vice President of ABR.

Mycoplasmas and the related acholeplasmas are one of the smallest (0.15 to 0.3 µM) and self-replicating bacteria and are frequent contaminants of animal origin products. Mycoplasma contamination may be introduced into cell cultures or biological products through master virus seeds, master cell stocks, starting material of animal origin such as serum and trypsin, during passage of cells and virus, and in product assembly.

“Mycoplasma contamination can change the metabolism of cells, resulting in physical and chemical changes in the cell and potential production of unreliable and unsafe biologicals,” said Jose Alcocer, Sr. Microbiologist. “It is essential that biological products be tested for mycoplasma contamination to assure consistency of production and final product safety.”

The potential to test raw materials and other sample types by multiple standards gives ABR the ability to satisfy the needed requirements that vary based on specific customer and product types as well as planned usage of the material they are providing. Besides these new services, ABR offers mycoplasma testing to satisfy USDA 9CFR regulations and also provides an extensive list of other testing services for viruses and bacteria. ABR is the services division of VMRD.

For more information, contact ABR at 509-334-2968 or visit

About VMRD: VMRD was founded in 1981 by D. Scott Adams, DVM, PhD, and currently employs approximately 50 researchers, lab technicians and support personnel. From its site in Pullman, WA VMRD develops and manufactures diagnostic test kits and related reagents for distribution in more than 55 countries. As a rapidly growing company VMRD strives to preserve its family focused culture and core values of integrity and quality. Its mission to provide high quality products, services and support for customers and a harmonious and rewarding work environment for employees reflects and enforces the company’s market reputation for delivering best in class products with a uniquely personal touch. As a result of this clear focus VMRD has a global impact on improvements in animal welfare through the diagnostic laboratories, animal producers, government agencies and veterinarians who use its products.

Ageless Derma Skin Care Launches Its Latest Organic Facial Cleansing Product

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

Irvine, California (PRWEB) November 24, 2014

The Ageless Derma Skin Care Company is announcing the introduction of an organically based cleansing gel for the face that will clean, moisturize, tone and give renewed health to facial skin. Their Super Green Natural Gentle Facial Cleansing Gel contains carefully picked organic ingredients certified by either Ecocert or the Natural Product Association (NPA).

The Ecocert body was first established in France and documents the compliance of products to their strict sustainable, organic and environmental standards, particularly regarding ingredients contained in natural cosmetics. The NAP was the developer of the Natural Standard and Certification for Personal Care Products that allows products to be called “natural.” Ageless Derma’s Super Green Natural Gentle Facial Cleansing Gel has been certified by these two consumer agencies to contain all natural ingredients, be non-toxic, have no animals testing involved in its making, and uses environmentally correct packaging.

The ingredients placed within Ageless Derma’s Super Green Natural Gentle Facial Cleansing Gel consist of shea butter for luxurious and natural moisturization. The shea butter used in this product is not processed; it is all natural. The Organic Shea butter smoothes dry, rough skin, wrinkles, scars and other signs of aging. It will also soothe minor burns that can occur from sun exposure. The skin’s roughened texture that can be the result of razor burn, such as bumps or blemishes, too, will be improved.

Organic Chamomile Extract is in Super Green Natural Gentle Facial Cleansing Gel for its natural flavonoids and essential oils, both of which aid the skin in various ways, especially extremely sensitive skin. Chamomile is an anti-inflammatory agent that will soothe irritations, in addition to the aloe vera and olive leaf extracts that are also contained in Super Green Natural Gentle Facial Cleansing Gel. Olive leaf extract can actually boost the skin’s immune system function and its blood circulation, giving it a refreshed and healthy new glow. This Organic olive leaf extract cleanses the impurities from skin without stripping its natural oils.

The developers at Ageless Derma Skin Care believe they are making something extraordinary happen. Their line of physician-grade skin care items incorporates an important philosophy: promoting overall skin health by delivering the most advanced biotechnology and natural ingredients to all of the skin’s layers. This attitude still resonates today with company founder, Dr. Farid Mostamand, who nearly a decade ago began his journey to provide the best skin care options for people who want to have healthy and beautiful looking skin at any age. About their latest product, Dr. Mostamand says, “Super Green Natural Gentle Facial Cleansing Gel will make skin healthier with better texture and tone. Its certified organic ingredients are safe to use, were not tested on animals and use environmentally sensitive packaging.”

Ageless Derma products are formulated in FDA-approved Labs. All ingredients are inspired by nature and enhanced by science. Ageless Derma products do not contain parabens or any other harsh chemicals, and they are never tested on animals. The company has formulated five unique lines of products to address any skin type and skin condition.

Key West Aloe Launches Gentle Aloe Facial Cleanser with 30% Aloe Vera in Triple Action Formula for Cleansed, Toned & Moisturized Skin – Exclusive Reader Discount

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

(PRWEB) October 07, 2014

The brand that has built its skincare line using the most concentrated and naturally sourced aloe vera in the world introduces its latest product, the Gentle Aloe Facial Cleanser. Aloe is naturally age-defying, nourishing and moisturizing to the skin. It acts as a cosmetically active carrier to enhance the performance of other cosmetic ingredients, making it a beneficial year-round ingredient for overall skin health.

Founded in 1971, Key West Aloe was the first company to use aloe vera as the foundation of all its products. From skincare to haircare, all of Key West Aloe’s products use a high quality source of non-diluted 100% lab-certified aloe with the highest polysaccharide concentration available in the world. The higher the level of polysaccharides, the greater the quality and effectiveness of the aloe. Key West Aloe’s 5 in 1 Aloe Foundation is superfood for the skin and naturally contains antioxidants, vital minerals, immunity boosters, amino acids and DNA and cell builders like vitamins B12 and folic acid.

Joining an impressive line of skin-nourishing serums and moisturizers, the Gentle Aloe Facial Cleanser cleans, tones and removes all face and eye makeup residue without drying out skin or burning eyes. Its clean, fresh citrus scent is specially formulated to lightly foam with a 30% aloe formula for all skin types, and is designed to be a one-step, pH balanced facial cleanser.

Along with aloe vera to help preserve elasticity and rebalance moisture levels with vitamins A, C, E, B and amino acids, the facial cleanser contains a group of essential oils that won’t clog pores. Skin begins to look brighter with basil oil; babassu oil helps rebalance moisture levels and lemon peel oil tightens skin for exceptional toning effects. Bergamot fruit extract naturally cools and refreshes skin while soothing inflamed, stressed skin with its antiseptic properties. Any inflammation or redness is pacified with rejuvenating sandalwood oil for even toned skin.

Skin will be at its optimal health with a blend of natural ingredients and the brand’s lab-certified aloe vera. In celebration of Key West Aloe’s new Gentle Aloe Facial Cleanser, will be offering a 20% discount now until Monday, December 1st, 2014 when readers visit the Key West Aloe site to purchase using the promo code “BeautyStat.” Visit here>

Colorado’s First Zero Waste Market Launches Campaign to Create a Sustainable, Affordable Shopping Alternative

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

Introducing ZERO Market, Colorado’s first zero waste grocery store coming to Denver, founded by Lyndsey and Jesse Manderson. A healthy, environmentally friendly, 100% plant-based grocery shopping experience, ZERO Market will be a one stop market for anyone looking to live a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. The store encourages customers to bring in their own reusable containers and bags to fill with organic and local groceries ranging from a wide array of dry bulk goods, local produce, fresh juices, smoothies, baked goods to household cleaners, soaps, and cosmetic ingredients. Glass and stainless steel containers of all sizes will also be sold in store. Along with package-free goods, ZERO market will offer hands-on workshops and lectures about cooking and nutrition, making your own cleaners and cosmetics, and gardening and composting. All activities will be geared towards promoting community connection and building awareness and knowledge surrounding health, wellness, sustainability and environmentalism.

More than 30% of garbage in the landfills come from packaging and containers. We greatly rely on single-use plastic packaging and most of it not only ends up in landfills, but also oceans, parks and roadways. It is spread across the planet by way of wind and water and every piece that was ever manufactured still exists today.

Lyndsey Manderson, co-founder of ZERO market said, “With all of the news about toxins in plastics and the increasing amount of garbage pollution in our oceans, we thought it was time to start thinking about ways we can counter these issues.” With an option like ZERO market, Lyndsey and Jesse hope to promote a more mindful awareness among consumers.

ZERO Market looks to join a tiny group of zero waste businesses that have emerged around the world over the last three years, almost all through crowd-funding efforts. With the help of the surrounding community and people across the world, crowd-funding projects like this give the public the opportunity to voice their support for a simple and sustainable solution. Currently there are only three other well-known zero waste grocery stores on the planet, but the paradigm is clearly shifting in the world of health, wellness and sustainability. ZERO Market is looking to be the next big step forward. The ultimate goal of this endeavor is to change the face of grocery shopping by directly addressing a variety of wasteful, unhealthy issues in today’s food industry. ZERO market will be a polar opposite alternative to conventional supermarket-style shopping by offering organic, local, fresh whole food with no single-use disposable packaging in order to promote and ensure our own health and the health of the planet.

Lyndsey and Jesse are actively seeking investors and have also launched an IndieGoGo campaign that ends at the End of September. Visit: for more information.

You can also connect with them on Facebook.

Global Public Health Organization NSF International Launches Cosmetics and Personal Care Program in Response to Retailer and Consumer Concerns of Safety and Quality

Monday, August 25th, 2014

Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) February 14, 2014

Global public health organization NSF International has launched the NSF Cosmetics and Personal Care Program in response to growing concerns from consumers and retailers regarding adulteration, mislabeling and counterfeiting issues. The new program provides auditing, training, product testing, claim substantiation and certification services developed by NSF to enable manufacturers to improve the quality and safety of their products and retailers to strengthen the oversight of their cosmetic and personal care suppliers.

The NSF Cosmetics and Personal Care Program addresses the needs raised by new legislation, retailer-prohibited chemical lists and manufacturing-related quality issues which have driven rapid changes to the $ 300 billion global cosmetics and toiletries market. Consumer safety concerns also have fueled this need. In fact, a recent independent study conducted on behalf of NSF found that 48 percent of consumers are concerned about the quality and safety of personal care products. To help address these concerns, NSF International developed the NSF Cosmetics and Personal Care Program, which includes:

Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Auditing: This program meets the growing demand for third-party verified compliance to cosmetic manufacturing GMP quality standard ISO 22716, which is recognized worldwide and mandated by European regulations. It also encompasses U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidance criteria for cosmetic production, laboratory controls and customer complaint handling, which is essential for cosmetics imported into the United States. Manufacturers earn a graded audit that retailers use to qualify and set standards for their suppliers, and that serves as a baseline for continual improvement.

Bundled Audits for Food, Personal Care and Dietary Supplements: Many facilities produce ingredients for multiple product categories spanning food, cosmetics and dietary supplements, each of which has its own set of specific quality and safety guidelines. NSF perform audits to multiple schemes and labeling requirements including dietary supplement GMPs, food safety schemes benchmarked under the Global Food Safety Initiative, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 in addition to cosmetic GMPs. This eliminates audit redundancy and disruption to production operations while reducing costs.

Testing: This includes testing to verify label claims including “free from” substances like Bisphenol A (BPA), PABA (p-Aminobenzoic acid), sulfates, parabens and many others. NSF also screens cosmetics for contaminants to verify their safety and quality. This is in addition to substantiating compliance to regulations in Europe and the U.S. (e.g. Proposition 65). Label reviews and physical, chemical and performance characteristic comparisons against national brands are also available for retailers that have concerns regarding their private label cosmetics and personal care product lines.

Product Certification: NSF certifies cosmetics to widely accepted programs, including the EPA’s Design for the Environment (DfE) program, which verifies that cosmetic products and ingredients do not contain chemicals of concern such as known carcinogens or reproductive and developmental toxicants. NSF International also certifies cosmetics to either the USDA National Organic Program (NOP) or the American National Standard for personal care products containing organic ingredients (NSF/ANSI 305) via NSF’s sister company QAI. These programs are important to safety-minded consumers in particular as a recent independent study conducted on behalf of NSF found that 44 percent of consumers prefer products that are independently tested and certified.

Training and Consulting: NSF provides GMP training for professionals who are involved in manufacturing and distributing cosmetic and personal care products so they can stay apprised of the changing regulatory landscape and best practices in supply chain quality. Those professionals who know how to conduct gap analyses and identify regulatory noncompliances before they become an issue will add value to the manufacturing process, and also help minimize safety and quality risks. NSF can also provide expert consulting to evaluate a cosmetic manufacturing quality and safety system, help facilities resolve complex quality problems or guide companies through the proper procedures for responding to FDA warning letters.

“The cosmetics industry is becoming increasingly scrutinized as consumers seek safer products and retailers step up to meet this demand,” said Casey Coy, Manager of NSF International’s Cosmetics and Personal Care Program. “With this new program, NSF International has applied 70 years of technical and scientific expertise to develop specialized auditing, testing and certification programs that support retailers in improving their supply chain oversight and cosmetic safety. This program also helps manufacturers demonstrate compliance to retailer requirements and U.S. and European regulations.”

To learn more about the NSF Cosmetics and Personal Care Program, please contact Casey Coy at cosmetics(at)nsf(dot)org or +1 734-904-2995.

Media Contact: To schedule an interview with an NSF cosmetic or personal care expert, contact Kelly Ingerly at media(at)nsf(dot)org or +1 734-827-6850.

About NSF International: NSF International is an independent global organization that writes standards, and tests and certifies products for the food, water, health sciences and consumer goods industries to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment ( Founded in 1944, NSF is committed to protecting human health and safety worldwide. NSF International is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Collaborating Center on Food Safety, Water Quality and Indoor Environment.

NSF International’s Cosmetics and Personal Care Program provides auditing, ingredient and product testing and certification, and training and education for the cosmetic and personal care industries throughout the entire product lifecycle. NSF International developed the only accredited American National Standard for personal care products containing organic ingredients (NSF/ANSI 305) and provides verification of cosmetic and personal care ingredients to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Design for the Environment (DfE) program.