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South Korea Aims for Cosmetic Expansion

The South Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety announced that it will form a new council of ASEAN member countries by 2019, with the goal of establishing cosmetic industry regulations in the region so that South Korean companies can fare better in the ASEAN market.

Words from Wiechers on 'Naturals'

In this installment of our Words from Wiechers series, the late Johann challenges us to question the concept of natural, as its meaning has become distorted.

FDA Updates CFSAN Education Resource Library

Designed for personal and professional use, the library covers cosmetic safety, dietary supplements, food safety, nutrition and industry information such as food defense.

China Releases Draft Rules on the Classification of Cosmetics

Previous classifications—which were more than 20-years old—failed to fully reflect recent developments or meet regulatory needs. While they will remain effective, detailed classifications will be added for the purposes of “filling, registration, administration and statistics of cosmetics.”

ICMAD President and CEO Releases Statement on Modernization of Cosmetics Regulation Act of 2018

ICMAD president and CEO Pam Busiek notes that the organization has begun reviewing the draft legislation, and will provide feedback by the deadline.

EU Effectively Bans D4 and D5 in Wash-off Products

Wash-off cosmetic products containing a certain concentration of D4 and D5 will not be allowed on the European market after Jan. 31, 2020.

Schülke to Offer Halal Cosmetic Ingredients

Halal certification is on the rise and schülke is responding with its own halal certified cosmetic ingredients. A range of ingredients from multifunctional additives to preservatives will fall under this regulation.

Legislation Proposed in Wake of Asbestos Allegations

New legislation has been proposed to the U.S. House of Representatives after children's and tween's product retailer Claire's recalled several cosmetic products thought to contain asbestos.

EU Regulatory Review: Regulation Milestones, Looking Back at 2017

The personal care industry saw regulatory changes regarding microbeads, nanomaterials, preservatives and more in 2017. Here, the U.K.'s Cosmetic, Toiletries and Perfumery Association looks back at the past year in regulation.

DSM Receives Halal Certifications

More than half of the DSM's personal care portfolio is produced in accordance with Islamic law. The company is now certified halal to include skin care actives, UV filters and vitamins.

The Body Shop Urges Canadian Animal Testing Ban

The Canadian government is currently reviewing a ban on cosmetic animal testing, and is being lobbied by consumer brand The Body Shop.

Reverdia Granted Halal and Kosher Certifications

With its active ingredient developed for health and beauty products, produced naturally in Italy, Reverdia was awarded with halal and kosher certifications, which helps the company offer products to those sectors.

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