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This comprehensive review delves into the multifaceted dimensions of sustainability within the cosmetic industry, encompassing environmental, social, and economic aspects. The environmental segment scrutinizes the life cycle of cosmetic products, analyzing raw material sourcing, manufacturing processes, packaging materials, and disposal methods. The social perspective assesses the impact of cosmetic production on communities, emphasizing fair labor practices, human rights, and social responsibility. Economic sustainability is evaluated through the lens of long-term viability and resilience in the cosmetic industry. Furthermore, the review sheds light on the role of consumer awareness and education in influencing sustainable choices. As the cosmetic industry navigates the evolving landscape of sustainability, this review provides a synthesized understanding of the challenges, innovations, and opportunities associated with creating and maintaining sustainable cosmetic products. By exploring the intricate interplay between environmental responsibility, social ethics, and economic viability, this comprehensive review aims to contribute to the ongoing discourse surrounding the sustainable transformation of the cosmetic industry.