Claims/Labeling

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Labeling Claims

Little is more confusing to marketers and cosmetic formulators than product claims regulations. Questions regarding the rules commonly arise.

EU Adapts Global Harmonized System of Chemical Labeling

This new regulation is a self-classification system for companies that identifies hazardous chemicals and informs users of their presence through standard symbols and phrases on the packaging labels, and through safety data sheets.

Recent Changes in US Regulations

Two recent changes to regulations will significantly impact the industry in 2009. These include changes to over-the-counter (OTC) labels, and the latest amendment to the Lacey Act.

Study Reports VapoRub to Cause Breathing Issues in Infants

Vicks VapoRub, a popular topical congestion remedy, was reported to cause airway inflammation, resulting in restricted breathing in infants and toddlers, according to a study by Wake Forest University.

Comparatively Speaking: Trademarks, Principal Register vs. Supplement Register

The Principal Register grants benefits to registered trademarks; the Supplemental Register is primarily designed for marks to distinguish the applicant's goods or services

Manufacturers Trying to be Green on Product Labels

Manufacturers are trying to prove to consumers that their products are eco-friendly, according to a study.

FDA Issues Warning Over Hand Sanitizer Claims

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning letter to Procter & Gamble Co. over hand sanitizer claims.

CTFA Establishes Code for Cosmetic Companies

The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association has announced that the Consumer Commitment Code is now in effect.

Misleading Product Claims

Consumers rely on product labels nearly every day. For many, labels provide answers to questions a consumer may have about results, but what if those labels aren't entirely accurate.

The Labeling of Fragrance Allergens in the European Union

The 7th Amendment to the Cosmetic Directive of the European Union (EU) has added 26 new contact allergens that the EU states must be listed on the ingredient declaration if they exceed certain minimum levels.

FDA Proposes Labeling Rule for Color Additives
[Feb. 2, 2006]

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a proposed rule in the Federal Register requiring the declaration of carmine and cochineal extract...

Substantiating Claims for a Tanning Magnifier

Tanning magnifiers, known in the United States as tanning accelerators, enhance the substrate or the production of melanin. One example is an innovative N-acyl derivative from L-tyrosine. This article describes a way to evaluate its pigmentation efficacy after UV irradiation. Also discussed is the regulatory status of tanning magnifiers.

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