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  • Halal cosmetics are on the rise in South-East Asia
  • Halal cosmetics are on the rise in South-East Asia
    Adrian Snood (2014) ©
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Halal cosmetics are on the rise in South-East Asia

South Korean make-up brand Talent Cosmetic recently obtained halal certification from the Malaysian government on 147 of its products. What's driving brands to expand into the halal beauty industry when Muslims account for less than 1% of the population in South Korea?

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