Beauty experts say the latest trend in beauty products is to add artificial ingredients to skin care products to help their products look and feel more natural.
But the trend is being challenged by more traditional ingredients, including vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, according to a report published Tuesday by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
The study, titled “Discovery of Natural and Artificial Ingredients in Cosmetics,” was released by the agency to highlight the “growing scientific knowledge of ingredients and their role in the health and well-being of consumers.”
The report found that the proliferation of “natural” ingredients, which often contain fewer than 10 percent of the total ingredient list, is leading to a perception among consumers that the products are “natural.”
This leads to people seeking products that are made with “natural ingredients” rather than with those “made with synthetic ingredients,” the agency found.
A new report, “The Next Big Food Revolution: Using Natural Ingredients to Improve Our Health,” finds that more than half of the products in the U.S. and around the world that contain synthetic ingredients are made from natural ingredients, according the report.
“The number of artificial ingredients in cosmetics has exploded over the past few decades and now is likely to continue to grow.
As a result, there is a clear need to develop a new and innovative approach to addressing the rising demand for natural ingredients,” Dr. Daniel A. Kuehn, president and CEO of the American Academy of Dermatology, said in a statement.
We have to develop an approach that works for the skin.
We’ll have to wait and see.””
I don’t know if this is the next big thing.
We’ll have to wait and see.”
The report looked at products made by major brands including the likes of Lancome, L’Oreal, NARS and Clinique, as well as smaller manufacturers.
It was produced by the IARC, which is part of the World Health Organization, the International Association for the Study of Cancer.
While the number of natural ingredients has grown in recent years, the Iarc report notes that the makeup and skin care industry is still dominated by synthetic ingredients, with only about 15 percent of cosmetics sold being made from real ingredients.
In its report, the agency said the trend of natural skin care ingredients has been “increasingly recognized as a threat to consumer health.”
“This is due to the increasing amount of synthetic ingredients being introduced in the cosmetic industry and the widespread use of artificial and organic ingredients in products,” the report states.
More than half the cosmetics sold in the United States are made using synthetic ingredients.
The Iarc study found that natural ingredients accounted for 55 percent of products made using these synthetic ingredients and the remaining 15 percent were made with natural ingredients.
In some cases, the synthetic ingredients in a product can actually be harmful, according a 2016 report by the Environmental Working Group.
As a result of the increasing use of synthetic products, more people are becoming allergic to them, which means they react more strongly to some ingredients.
And they are more likely to become allergic to ingredients that have been tested on animals and human skin.
While these ingredients are no longer considered harmful, the report said it is important for consumers to understand the risks of synthetic additives and to make sure they are not used as a substitute for real ingredients in their cosmetics.
Read more from The Hill:The IARC report notes the FDA has begun to ban the use of some synthetic ingredients on cosmetics.
It noted that a recent advisory to cosmetics companies to avoid using synthetic chemicals and synthetic fragrances for fragrance products was issued in April 2018.
And the agency recommended that cosmetics companies review the ingredients they use to make their products, noting that some ingredients are potentially toxic.
However, the FDA did not ban the sale of cosmetic ingredients that contain ingredients from other countries.