Recent in Claims/Labeling (page 7 of 7)
Jan 6, 2010 | Johann W. Wiechers, PhD, JW Solutions
This is the third column of a series that applies Michael Shermer's "Baloney Detection Kit" to cosmetic science. This column tackles the fourth, fifth and sixth of ten core questions included in the "kit": those relating to claims substantiation.
Dec 1, 2009 | David C. Steinberg, Steinberg & Associates
Recently, some European Union member states have expressed concern over the misuse of the Estimated Symbol (℮), often referred to as the “e” mark, on product labels. In addition, some regulators have argued that the International System of Units, known as the metric system, should be used on all product labels to indicate the net contents of a finished product. Both of these concerns have fueled the present column in which the author debates how product labels should indicate the net contents of a cosmetic product. In closing, he comments on the jurisdiction of the CPSC in the United States.
Oct 27, 2009
The Israel Manufacturers Association has developed a quality label for skin care products that are formulated with ingredients from the Dead Sea.
Sep 16, 2009
The American Herbal Products Association filed comments in support of a document drafted by the US Department of Agriculture’s National Organic Program that suggests certifying and labeling soaps "organic" or "made with" under the Organic Foods Production Act (OFPA).
Aug 25, 2009
The National Advertising Division (NAD) has recommended that the Botox-like claims made for one OTC wrinkle treatment be discontinued after the test data submitted was deemed insufficient.
Jul 30, 2009 | David C. Steinberg, Steinberg & Associates
Little is more confusing to marketers and cosmetic formulators than product claims regulations. Questions regarding the rules commonly arise.