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VIDEO: Seki's Schroeder on toxicological profiling, animal testing ban

Seki Cosmeticals, LLC's Wen Schroeder talks about toxicological profiling and animal testing bans.

VIDEO: CONUSBAT's Struessmann Comments on Innovation in Cosmetics

Dr. Annelie Struessmann comments on the need for innovation in the cosmetics and personal care industry.

What Dermatologists, FDA Say about Halloween Makeup

Spooky makeup fills novelty shops this time of year, but what did dermatologists and other experts have to say about safety and ingredients?

Navigating the Ever-Changing Regulatory Landscape in China, Part II

In an unlikely turn, the Chinese government has embraced a Western approach to cosmetics regulation. However, it comes with a traditional Chinese twist.

FDA Issues Warnings for Cosmetics, Website Claims

The FDA has taken recent compliance actions by issuing warning letters for cosmetics claims and unapproved ingredients.

Big Win for Cosmetics: Court Closes Prop 65 Titanium Dioxide Case

The cosmetics industry was able to thwart an attack against it concerning the ingredient titanium dioxide in the State of California court system.

Coming Soon? Toothpaste Regulated as a Cosmetic in China

If toothpaste is regulated as a cosmetic product, manufacturers will have to list all of the ingredients.

Consumers Reading Labels: Can You Define SPF?

Recent study "Assessment of Consumer Knowledge of New Sunscreen Labels” finds consumers are still confused over sunscreen terminology and less than half could define SPF.

Read the Label: Erborian Pâte Au Ginseng Black Concentrated Mask

Erborian Korean Skin Care’s syrup-like black mask claims to help skin appear smoother and feel more elastic.

FDA Hones in on Cosmetic Claims

The FDA issued five such letters since November 2014, the most recent being sent to StriVectin. Following those letters, the FDA has also issued a document that clarifies cosmetic versus drug claims for the consumer to highlight what cosmetic companies are able to say.

Demystifying Cosmetic Science for Consumers

Cosmetic scientists know the headaches of alarmist groups and junk science. They reformulate products pulled from shelves due to mistruths from would-be "experts." Joe Schwarcz, PhD, of McGill University will explore why there is a need to demystify cosmetic science during the Cosmetics & Toiletries Summit.

The Consequences of Physiological Cosmetics

The cosmetics industry has a long history of using science to ensure the safety and efficacy of products. However, advances in research on the physiological interactions of products have had many consequences. These will be the crux of a discussion led by Steve Barton during the Cosmetics & Toiletries Summit this June.