When your baby’s face is the centre of attention – The beauty of natural products

The natural cosmetics category in India is a booming industry, with more than 20 million products sold globally, according to the International Natural Beauty Council (INBC).

The country has a long history of using natural ingredients and brands, but has seen a rapid growth in the use of chemical and bio-hazardous products in recent years.

In fact, in the last five years alone, the Indian government has invested Rs1.6 lakh crore (US$4.7 billion) to tackle the menace of biosecurity, a total of Rs20.8 lakh crore.

The government has set up a ‘Biosafety Unit’ to address this issue, with the goal of reducing the risks to children, and also protecting people from harmful substances and toxins.

The INBC estimates that about 1.5 million Indian children suffer from developmental disabilities, mainly ADHD and ADD, which affect their behaviour, learning, and self-esteem.

In addition, the research suggests that the prevalence of birth defects has increased in India in recent decades.

The Indian government is working to ensure that the country’s children are educated on the importance of healthy and natural food, which has been an ongoing goal of the government for many years.

The first ‘Food for Thought’ conference in 2015, which was attended by around 100 government officials, focused on developing an awareness of the health risks of these foods and other nutrients.

While it is not clear how many of the new cosmetics are being made in India, there is plenty of research to show that Indian manufacturers are producing safe, healthy and eco-friendly products.

The INBC’s Global Trends 2017 report, which analysed the makeup, cosmetics and fragrance markets in India and ranked them based on the best practices, revealed that Indian brands are producing products with the most health and eco benefits, with organic ingredients.

The top five Indian cosmetics brands that it surveyed include Mango Oil, Arakan Essentials, Burt’s Bees, and Kava Beads.

It noted that Burt and Bobbi’s were the most eco-conscious brands, while Jillee was the least eco-centric.

These are the top five products that are being produced in India.

Indian beauty products are also not limited to cosmetic products.

India also has some of the best hair and face care products in the world, with brands such as Sunheal and Posh Moisturiser, among others.

The popularity of organic products has also helped attract new buyers, and Indian beauty products have seen a dramatic increase in sales in recent times.

According to the National Cosmetic Council, there are around 1.1 billion cosmetic products in India today.

The popularity of the Indian beauty product market has been a major reason for the recent rise in the number of cases of infections in India’s cosmetics sector, with an increase in cases from about 7,000 per 100,000 population in 2015 to more than 21,000 cases in 2017.

According to the IAC, a major concern for the industry is the rapid growth of the market.

It notes that there is a growing awareness among consumers about the importance and importance of the natural products and the benefits of natural ingredients.

According a report by the India Food Research Institute (IFRI), a research institute in Delhi, the number and size of cosmetics brands are also becoming more diverse.

The IAC report notes that this trend is leading to an increase of the competition between Indian brands.

“As India is the world’s largest exporter of natural cosmetics, the country needs to diversify its beauty product lines and brands,” the report said.