Cosmetics icon Estee Lauder, who parlayed face creams and bath oils into a $5-billion-a-year international empire, died of cardiopulmonary arrest Saturday at her home in Manhattan. She was 97. Lauder, the lone female to make Time magazine's 1998 list of the 20 most influential business geniuses of the century, was once quoted as saying, "There are no homely women, only careless women."