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REACH Update: Specifics for Naturals

Substances occurring in nature are exempt from registration, evaluation and downstream user obligations if they are not chemically modified or classified as dangerous...

REACH Update: The REACH Schedule

Registration under REACH starts on June 1, 2008, when manufacturers and importers of new substances in quantities above 1 ton have to submit a registration to the European Chemicals Agency.

REACH Update: SIEFs and Consortia

The purpose of substance information exchange forums (SIEFs) is to facilitate the exchange of information, to avoid duplication of studies and animal testing, and to agree on classification and labelling of chemical substances.

(Re) formulating within REACh with Formulating from First Principles

With new legislation in action like REACH in Europe, most formulations will contain at least one ingredient that will need to be eliminated and hence these formulations need to be reformulated. The authors describe a fundamental approach to formulation science allowing reformulation within the shortest timeframe possible, at minimal cost, while optimizing desired skin sensory attributes, skin delivery and physical stability.

Tech Edge--Getting Ready for REACH

C&T magazine welcomes this new column, Tech Edge, to the regular 2007 lineup. Mindy Goldstein, PhD, of Estée Lauder will explore various topics of concern to the cosmetics and personal care industry, beginning with the REACH legislation in Europe.

Animal-safety Organizations Oppose REACH

REACH, one of the EU's largest pieces of legislation, has been called into question by many who believe that the legislation will endanger a number of animals...

European Summit Addresses REACH, Animal Testing and Regulation

During the June 30, 2006, Cosmetics Business Summit, Gunter Verheugen addressed three topics key to the European personal care industry.

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