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EU Regulatory Update: CTPA's Take on Claims and Cannabis

The first section of this CTPA update goes through new developments in cosmetic claims, especially those of the "free-from" and "hypoallergenic" nature. Keep reading for the state and future of cannabis as a cosmetic ingredient in the U.K.

China FDA Cracks Down on Cosmeceuticals

China's cosmetic market is likely to be rocked by policies that prohibit medical claims for cosmetic products, along with additional ingredient regulations.

US FDA Releases Report on Color Additives

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has released is first quarter report for 2019 on certified color additives.

Croda Adds 15 Ingredients to its Halal Offerings

The ingredients, manufactured at the company’s Ditton site in the U.K., have achieved certification from the Instituto Halal de Junta Islámica.

Emollients Under Fire in the UK

A recent report by the BBC has consumers up in arms over the safety of emollient products; specifically those containing paraffin.

SCCS Deems Salicylic Acid Safe for Preservation and Cosmetics, Anti-acne Still a Question

Preservation, cosmetic ingredients and anti-acne care applications for salicylic acid were reviewed by the SCCS in its latest published opinion.

Back to Basics: Making Room for Regulatory Compliance

Developing a cosmetic product requires an extensive, multistep process. This article introduces a multiple-part primer of the cosmetic development process, and stresses the importance of keeping up with compliance protocols.

EU Plans Cosmetic Ingredient Glossary

A draft notification from the European Commission proposes making changes to existing cosmetic ingredient inventories.

Why We Should Shorten Cosmetic Ingredient Labeling

Several cosmetic companies have expanded their product ingredient disclosures to include fragrance ingredients. One industry veteran instead argues consumers might be served better by shortening them. Learn why.

China Edges Closer to Cruelty-free with Leaping Bunny Pilot Program

Bulldog Skincare and other Leaping Bunny brands will now be able to manufacture products inside China without facing post-market testing.

EPA Takes the Lead on Lead Exposure

In a recently published management plan, agency outlines its goals to reduce exposure to lead in cosmetics and consumer care products.

The Least Credible Claims in Skin Care

Trendy ingredients and claims may grab consumers' attention, but they need to be trustworthy in order to share shelf space with more classic skin care ingredients. A recent report explains.

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