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- 1Unilever’s TRESemmé Shampoo Alleged to Cause Irritation, Hair Loss
- 2U.S. Federal Trade Commission Lays Down the Law on Deceptive CBD Claims
- 3FDA Adds 357 Voluntary Cosmetic Registrations in One Month
- 4FDA's Sanitizer Hotlist Cites Nevada Distributor, Calls Out Subpotency and Methanol
- 5EDQM Finds Allergenic Fragrances in ‘Perfume-Free’ Cosmetics
- 6FDA Issues Warning Letter for Eyebrow/Eyelash Growth Product Claims
- 7Endocrine Effects, Environmental Risk Feedback Sought for Dibutyl Phthalate, Bisphenols
- 8Regulating Risk: Fragrance Safety for the 21st Century
- 9Korean Cosmetic Regulations
- 10CIR Conclusion (continued): Parabens are Safe
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Mar 19, 2020
Manufacturers in the health, beauty and personal care space are seeking exemptions to the various measures aimed at curbing the virus—and unilateral legislation that makes it clear exactly who is and is not subject to the bans.
Mar 19, 2020
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the FDA has cancelled the public meeting originally scheduled for April 14, 2020, to discuss topics for the international ICCR-14 meeting on cosmetics regulation, still planned (thus far) to be held from June 8 to June 10, 2020.
Mar 18, 2020
In addition to several food and beverage violations, the U.S. FDA cited adulterated cosmetics and new drug claims in its warning letter to the company.
Mar 17, 2020 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Howard Epstein, Ph.D.
"What’s changed with respect to sunscreen evaluation is ... the test model they are using now is designed for drugs ...and has never been applied previously for the sunscreens," Epstein reports.
Mar 17, 2020
Contact dermatitis from topical drugs and human safety are the topics in a recently issued guidance document made available by the FDA. Comments are sought through May 8, 2020.
Mar 11, 2020
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is considering changes to current volatile organic compound (VOC) limits for fragrance and hair care, the ICMAD reports.
Mar 9, 2020
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released the findings from a year-long project to test talc-containing cosmetics for the presence of asbestos. Results showed 43 samples were negative while 9 were positive.
Mar 6, 2020
While CBD is trending across market segments, the rules in play to ensure public health and market direction are baffling at best. As such, the FDA has issued an update outlining its efforts to provide clarity.
Feb 28, 2020 | Tony O'Lenick, Nascent Technologies Corp., Lawrenceville, GA USA
Four basic properties of an ethical and sustainable product or ingredient include: 1) biodegradable, 2) sustainable, 3) readily commercially available and 4) green. These properties are the basis for the present discussion. The personal care industry not only needs to standardize the methods chosen to support these claims, but also to publish more data on the test methods used and results obtained.
Feb 27, 2020 | Asa Frank, Bu Cosmetics, Disruptive Materials; Kathleen Benditt, Elementis; Global Cosmetic Industry Editors
Featuring insights on cruelty-free, inclusivity, sustainable, renewable and more, this month's collection of "Expert Opinions" is all about the pause on color cosmetics. Click through to the digital magazine for the complete article.
Feb 27, 2020 | Jo Chidley, Beauty Kitchen UK, Alex Lorestani, Ph.D., Geltor and Agne Baneviciute, Stephenson Group UK
Featuring insights on circular economy, biotech, mildness, carbon positive moves, biology and more, this month's collection of "Expert Opinions" is all about sustainable beauty. Click through to the digital magazine for the complete article.
Feb 27, 2020
As the demand for CBD products continue to grow in 2020, so will the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) crackdown on their regulation. As explained in this report, the FDA plans to continue investing in regulations for a wider spectrum of CBD-containing cosmetics and foods.