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If passed, the Feinstein Bill will result in cosmetics being more heavily regulated by the FDA than over-the-counter drugs or dietary supplement products which have demonstrated a much higher risk profile than cosmetics which have an excellent safety record.
The Fourth Cosmetic Compliance Summit will demonstrate a beta version of the next California Air Resource Board (CARB) reporting tool before its release in July 2016.
Nine cosmetics companies may be quietly breaking UK and E.U. non-animal testing law by marketing in China where animal testing is allowed, PETA alleges.
Animal testing of cosmetics could soon be a thing of the past in Canada.
FDA launches a section to alert and inform the growing number of DIY and homespun cosmetics makers about adulteration and other matters.
Regulatory officers have been ordered to monitor, conduct inventory and seize all cosmetics products that have no FDA Cosmetic Notification as per the Philippines regulation.
In a unanimous voice vote, the U.S. House has approved a bill that would prohibit plastic microbeads nationwide beginning on January 1, 2018.
A €50 million European public–private partnership (PPP) has paved the way to a new era of assessing chemical safety without using animals.
H.R. 4075 establishes what ingredient and nonfunctional constituent categories are deemed "safe" and will establish a registration number of each manufacturing establishment where the cosmetic is manufactured.
Evolva reached a second milestone in developing the next-generation, sustainably produced ingredients for cosmetics and other markets with the collaboration of L’Oréal.