Most Popular in Regulatory
- 1[update] California's 'Toxic-free Cosmetics' Act Signed into Law
- 2Chinese Hand Sanitizers Make FDA's Growing Hot List
- 3Regulatory Review—Labeling Alcohol, Alcohol Denat. and Booze
- 4Industry Insight: Sunscreen Myths, Claims and Consumer Confidence
- 5FDA Releases Color Additives Q4 Report
- 6Korean Cosmetic Regulations
- 7FDA Issues Warning Letter for Eyebrow/Eyelash Growth Product Claims
- 8China to Accept Animal-alternative Test Data Under These Conditions
- 918 More in 18 Days: FDA's Sanitizer Hot List Just Got Longer
- 10Fragrance Creators CEO Issues Statement on Cosmetic Fragrance and Flavor Ingredient Right to Know Act
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Aug 19, 2020
These decisions are among the most important taken by the Board of Appeal to date. The relationship between the information requirements in REACH and the marketing and animal testing ban in the Cosmetics Regulation have been an issue for years.
Aug 18, 2020
In response to concerns that the FDA's Executive Summary on talc could be interpreted as official recommendations, the agency clarified this summary is solely intended to solicit scientific information.
Aug 13, 2020 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Bob Lochhead, Ph.D., and Margaret Lochhead
In this video interview, Cosmetics & Toiletries asked authors Bob Lochhead, Ph.D., and Margaret Lochhead, Ph.D., to weigh in on this temporary allowance and discuss why formulators shouldn’t take liberties.
Aug 3, 2020 | Tony O'Lenick and the late Johann W. Wiechers, Ph.D.
In this month's "Words from Wiechers" series, we focus on cosmetic regulation, risk/benefit analysis and public education as exemplified through the 7th Amendment to the European Cosmetic Directive and the mandate for fragrance allergen disclosures on product labels.
Jul 31, 2020
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has proposed a new rule to improve regulation around the “Made in USA” label claim.
Jul 27, 2020
The FDA has heightened measures to prevent toxic methanol-containing hand sanitizers from reaching the U.S. market. These include an import alert, more product warnings, recalls and a growing "do not use" list of products due to contamination and adverse health effects—including death.
Jul 22, 2020
Following the release of its final CSAR cosmetic legislation, China has rolled out two subsidiary regulation drafts, according to a report by ChemLinked. These measures clarify basic requirements for filing, responsibilities and more.
Jul 17, 2020
AAA Cosmética, S.A. de C.V., of Mexico, has issued a voluntary nationwide recall in the U.S. of all lots of Bio aaa Advance Hand Sanitizer 480 mL due to the potential presence of undeclared methanol. Further listed are the specific lots under recall.
Jul 7, 2020
The FDA has issued yet another warning to consumers to not use given hand sanitizer brands due to reports of the presence of the toxic and possibly deadly substance methanol.
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Jul 7, 2020
With the growing demand for halal cosmetics, our informative white paper explains the halal requirements and the complexities of what goes into bringing a product to market
Jul 1, 2020 | Laura Lam-Phaure and Gabriella Baki, Ph.D., University of Toledo, Toledo, OH USA
Many cosmetic brands have adopted green and sustainable practices that minimize harm to living entities, i.e., cruelty-free and eco-friendly, while offering “clean” transparency. This second installment in a two-part series covers these practices, along with related certifying agencies and programs.
Jul 1, 2020 | Kate Lewis, USDA BioPreferred Program, Washington, D.C. and Haley Gershon, Beta Analytic, Miami, USA
The 2008 Farm Bill directed the USDA to develop a voluntary certification and labeling program for bio-based products to spur economic development, create new jobs and provide new markets for farm commodities. The resulting USDA BioPreferred Program, described here, was the result and labels the actual percentage of a product’s bio-based content to support consumers in their purchasing choices.