Ethics In Cosmectics

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Ethics In Cosmectics

  1. 1. ETHICS IN COSMETICS INDUSTRY Presented by:- RITESH CHOUDHARY Finance 2
  2. 2. Ethics ……….  Ethics is study of human behavior that what is right or wrong  Ethics is code which is necessary so as to run the business in smooth way.
  3. 3. Unethical practices in cosmetic Industry  Testing on animals.  Providing sub standard goods across different countries.  Misleading advertisements.  Providing goods in wrong quantity.  Harmful ingredients in the products.
  4. 4. Cont….  A department of dermatology at a major academic medical center forms an alliance with a major cosmetics company for millions of dollars and establishes a “skin wellness center.” The company logo is displayed in academic medical center’s waiting rooms, suggesting academic endorsement of the company’s cosmetic products.  Dermatologists become paid spokespersons for cosmetic creams and products, including private-label products sold only in private physician offices. These financial arrangements are not disclosed to patients when products are being recommended. Nor is evidence given to patients regarding product efficacy or safety.  Dermatologists actively promote off-label cosmetic or aesthetic uses of products and procedures on Web sites or in their offices without any mention of risksor actual approved indications.
  5. 5. Reasons….  Higher Profits  Greater market share
  6. 6. Unethical practices in cosmetic surgery  Payment or acceptance of referral fees from any person in exchange for the referral of patients  Promotional use of before and after photographs that use different lighting, poses or photographic techniques to misrepresent results  Exaggerated claims intended to create false or unjustified expectations of favorable surgical results  Participation in a charity raffle, fund raiser or contest in which the prize is any surgical procedure
  7. 7. Ethics for Cosmetic Industry Professionals  Members are to maintain high professional standards consistent with sound practices and to conduct business relationships in a manner that is fair to all.  Members will promote professionalism in the cosmetic tattoo/permanent makeup industry without discrimination against any fellow member's background.  Members will further the interests of the Society and encourage cooperation throughout the cosmetic tattoo industry.  Members will refrain from any immoral or unethical behavior in their business dealings.  Members will strive to participate in continuing education to upgrade and improve their knowledge and skills.
  8. 8.  Members understand the process of tattooing is not temporary or completely painless. Members will make no false or misleading statements to the public in their advertisements, brochures, or consultation materials regarding the process of tattooing.  Members agree that any training program at the beginner level shall be no less than 100 hours in duration and shall include practical components under direct instructor supervision. Members agree not to teach any such program which falls short of these minimum standards.  Members agree that manufacturers and distributors of equipment or supplies, including pigments and anesthetics, not provide false or misleading statements to the consumer and fully disclose all ingredients .  Members will utilize safe practices of sterilization of all machine or device components that can potentially be contaminated by blood borne pathogens. Disposable parts, including needles, will not be reused.
  9. 9. Effect of lack of ethics  Lost the trust  Business losses  Damage the image

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