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India’s first halal cosmetic brand Iba Halal Care launched

| 03/09/2014 | Reply
India’s first halal cosmetic brand Iba Halal Care launched

India’s personal care market is growing 15-17% year-on-year. Currently, they are only looking at catering to the domestic demand.

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Turkey: Halal products at the Halal & Healthy Product Fair

| 26/08/2014 | Reply
Turkey: Halal products at the Halal & Healthy Product Fair

Istanbul Halal Expo – 6th Halal and Health Products Fair is expected to provide opportunities both for exporters and manufacturing companies.

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UAE: How to Apply for an Islamic Economy Award

| 12/08/2014 | Reply
UAE: How to Apply for an Islamic Economy Award

The Award is divided into eight key Islamic economy categories, including food, health, hospitality & tourism, SME Development and Islamic Arts.

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UAE: Halal certified nail polish in the UAE

| 10/07/2014 | Reply
UAE: Halal certified nail polish in the UAE

No more limitations about wearing nail polish with the the first nail polish to receive halal certification in the Middle East.

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UAE: S’N’B Unveils Luxury Collection of Natural Halal Nail Polishes

| 01/05/2014 | Reply
UAE: S’N’B Unveils Luxury Collection of Natural Halal Nail Polishes

Breathable, water-based, water-permeable, and water-removable Halal nail polishes to debut at Beauty World ME, Dubai.

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Opinion: How Halal Certification Can Help Boost Your Dietary Supplements Business

| 29/04/2014 | Reply
Opinion: How Halal Certification Can Help Boost Your Dietary Supplements Business

Nutritional, dietary, and functional foods, as well as ingredients, are a prominent category in halal-certified products.

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Japan: Halal certified skin care Made in Japan

| 07/04/2014 | 1 Reply
Japan: Halal certified skin care Made in Japan

MYYUKI Company Limited has gained Halal certification from JAKIM via Japan Halal Association (Osaka, Japan) for their BLACK PAINT Skin Care’s manufacturing factory and products.

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Malaysia: Beauty by the book

| 24/02/2014 | Reply
Malaysia: Beauty by the book

Most people associate halal with food. But in Malaysia, beauty companies are capitalising on the growing popularity of another halal product — cosmetics.

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Brunei: Halal cosmetics guidelines readied

| 14/02/2014 | Reply
Brunei: Halal cosmetics guidelines readied

“Most of the cosmetics now contain placenta and non-halal ingredients, and we don’t want to be associated with that because of our prayers,” she said.

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Global Halal Cosmetics and Personal Care Market 2014 – 2018

| 06/02/2014 | Reply
Global Halal Cosmetics and Personal Care Market 2014 – 2018

Though Halal cosmetics witness huge demand in regions populated by Muslims, a significant contribution is being witnessed from the non-Muslim economies.

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Ireland: Irish seaweed brand Voya announces halal certification

| 30/01/2014 | Reply
Ireland:  Irish seaweed brand Voya announces halal certification

This certification will be especially welcome in the United Arab Emirates where Voya’s presence spans some of the world’s most luxurious spas.

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Thailand: Uncontrolled growth of halal food sector

| 12/01/2014 | Reply
Thailand: Uncontrolled growth of halal food sector

An increase in the number of non-Muslims also preferring Halal foods has led to the uncontrolled growth of the halal food sector. Certifications are not strict enough.

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EU: Evonik Industries Receives Halal Cert

| 17/12/2013 | Reply
EU: Evonik Industries Receives Halal Cert

The certification ensures that food and drinks, in addition to cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, are permissible according to ritual Islamic regulations.

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Brunei signs Halal Product Development accord with Korean company

| 19/09/2013 | Reply
Brunei signs Halal Product Development accord with Korean company

South Korean biopharmaceutical firm BioLeaders Corporation is collaborating with the Brunei government in research and technical cooperation for the development of halal products.

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Malaysia: ‘Halal’ makeup, a religious obligation

| 09/08/2013 | Reply
Malaysia: ‘Halal’ makeup, a religious obligation

In 2010, the industry exported RM1.3 billion in products to the rest of the world; two years later, it rose to RM1.73 billion, according to the “halal” Industry Development Corporation (HDC).

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Halal cosmetics allow Muslim women to enjoy beauty and duty

| 30/07/2013 | 1 Reply
Halal cosmetics allow Muslim women to enjoy beauty and duty

The halal cosmetics market is estimated to range between $5bn-14bn in annual sales, growing at around 20 per cent a year, according to advertising company JWT MENA, part of a broader market for religious-compliant products worth more than $2.1tn.

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UAE Halal Cosmetics Market Opportunity Analysis Report 2013

| 14/06/2013 | Reply
UAE Halal Cosmetics Market Opportunity Analysis Report 2013

Cosmetics market in UAE is witnessing a new drift towards the increasing demand of Halal certified cosmetics products. The exponentially increasing preference for Halal cosmetics products has led to change in business strategy.

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UAE: Business is looking good for UK cosmetics firms in the Middle East

| 28/05/2013 | Reply
UAE: Business is looking good for UK cosmetics firms in the Middle East

Beautyworld Middle East, is taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre. This is the 18th year of Beautyworld, and UK companies are back in increasing numbers, with the support of UK Trade & Investment in the region.

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EU: Breathable nail polish a surprise hit with Muslims

| 01/03/2013 | Reply
EU: Breathable nail polish a surprise hit with Muslims

The Polish company and some Muslims say the polish is the first of its kind because it lets air and moisture pass through to the nail. A craze has built up around it with Muslim women in recent months after an Islamic scholar in the United States tested its permeability.

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Halal nail polish! Say what?

| 29/01/2013 | 3 Replies
Halal nail polish! Say what?

Cosmetic company Inglot claims it’s manufactured the world’s first ‘wudu-friendly’ nail polish. Nail polish is impermissible because of the waterproof barrier it creates on nails, which prevents the washing before the Muslim prayer 5 times a day being valid.

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