Beauty Cream ads: Where do we start?
Posted On July 13, 2021
We may have the greatest beauty brands on the planet but the beauty industry is rife with bad taste, according to a new report from the nonprofit consumer advocacy group Better Markets.
In the wake of the release of the Beauty Awards, which are the top cosmetic and fragrance awards in the world, the nonprofit launched its “beauty empire” report to track the state of beauty.
While the awards, which recognize beauty products that make consumers feel beautiful, continue to garner accolades, the report finds that the cosmetics industry is suffering a wave of bad taste.
The cosmetics industry has the third-highest rate of bad tasting products in the United States, according the Better Markets report, which analyzed sales data from the National Retail Federation.
It found that cosmetics are “dismantling, repackaging and shifting away from natural beauty products.”
The industry’s reputation for bad taste is largely due to the products they use, the Better Market report found.
The companies responsible for many of the industry’s most notorious products, such as Axe, Dove, Lancome, Clinique and the cosmetics brand Huda Beauty, are not only responsible for creating products that many consumers are uncomfortable with, but also those that have the potential to create long-lasting problems.
The report found that while brands like the beauty brand Hula Hippos are known for their anti-aging products, many of their other products are “disguised as beauty products,” according to the report.
Some of the brands also have products that “make consumers feel like they are being pampered,” which is “totally unacceptable,” the report found, adding that consumers have “real concerns” about “a new type of cosmetics industry where they can buy products that are marketed as natural or alternative, but that in reality are more likely to cause long-term negative health impacts.”
The report says that many of these products have been linked to long-and-lasting side effects.
The bad taste issue extends to brands such as Dove and Lancome and the makeup brand Hush.
The Bad Taste Index of U.S. Companies in the Beauty Industry ranked companies based on the likelihood of causing health issues by creating unhealthy products that create feelings of discomfort or a false sense of beauty, such in the case of Hula Hops, Lancôme and Dove.
The brands that made the top 100 are owned by a wide range of companies, including brands that are often named after the company, including Beauty Republic, the maker of Hush and Dove’s Hoola.
Lancome is owned by the British cosmetics giant, which is known for its cosmetics and hair products, and has also been accused of using questionable ingredients and advertising practices.
Ahead of the 2016 awards, Hula Hoops was the top-selling beauty product in the U.K., and the company was accused of selling harmful products.
The company denied the allegations and has apologized for the products and said it has “succeeded in reducing our exposure to the toxic ingredients in Hula Hop.”
In addition, the brands are accused of being deceptive and misleading consumers, according a Better Markets survey.
The beauty industry has also seen a decline in sales in recent years.
The National Retail Association said in a recent report that the beauty market is expected to lose $4.9 billion in 2015.
While consumers are increasingly looking for new ways to create a more natural appearance, the beauty world is not immune to bad taste scandals.
In September 2016, the U,K.
cosmetics regulator, the Cosmetics Advertising Authority (CAPA), found that the American beauty industry had been misusing a product that had been linked in a 2014 lawsuit to a number of deaths, including two deaths.
The cosmetics industry, however, was not fined or disciplined for the use of the sunscreen product, according CAPA.