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Microbeads Could Be Ousted in Australia

Supermarket giants Woolworths and Coles are removing all personal care and beauty products containing these tiny microparticles off the shelves.

Regulatory Review: Australian Regulations Update

Australia issued its new Cosmetics Standard 2007. The following is a breakdown of products originally considered as therapeutic drugs if they made SPF claims, and that will now be regulated as secondary sunscreens.

Regulatory Review: Australian Regulations Update

Australia issued its new Cosmetics Standard 2007. The following is a breakdown of products originally considered as therapeutic drugs if they made SPF claims, and that will now be regulated as secondary sunscreens.

ANZTPA Launches Newsletter

The Australia New Zealand Therapeutic Products Authority, a joint organization between New Zealand and Australia to establish uniform cosmetic regulation, has launched a newsletter to chronicle its actions.

Tea Tree Industry Requests Retraction

Recent reports alleging that lavender and tea tree oil may cause breast growth in young boys has little substance, according to ATTIA.

Aussie Regulations for Sunscreens May Risk Public Health
[April 6, 2006]

The Australian Society of Cosmetic Chemists (ASCC) warned in a recent press release that government changes to the regulation of moisturizers containing sunscreens could put the public at a higher risk of skin cancer...

Foamix Awarded American, Australian Patents for Delivery Technology

Foamix Ltd. announced it has received two separate patents for its delivery system/carrier technology.

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