Beauty Products in 2025
As advances have come in the medical and chemical industries, the cosmetic and beauty industry has become somewhat akin the Wild West. Ingredients aren’t regulated, so it’s very possible for untested products to hit the shelves at the expense of eager consumers. Sites like the Skin Deep Cosmetics Database aim to educate consumers on the dangerous chemicals that lurk inside of their favorite cosmetics.
In 2025, however, things will be different. There won’t just be online databases that warn only the most interested of consumers about the dangers of chemicals in their favorite products. Many more government regulations will be in place by then that will ban companies from using carcinogenic ingredients in the products they produce. Although many of the government regulations that will be in place in 2025 will have a negative impact on the social and economic structure of the world, these regulations will have a positive impact on the health of citizens.
Some products that exist today will thrive in 2025. The products that will thrive are the ones produced by companies that are already aware of the dangers of chemicals in beauty products. Products like Aubrey Organics Shampoo, Nature’s Natural, and Mira hair oil will increase greatly in popularity as consumers are forced to abandon the dangerous products that they once (unknowingly) used.
Although there is much to fear in 2025, there are some things to look forward to as well. We have no choice but to be alive in that year, so it is important to look for the positives where they exist.
Posted: April 18th, 2012 under Resources.