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According to ICMAD and the PBA, “We are disappointed with the FDA’s letter stating that they have precipitously decided to discontinue negotiations with the cosmetics industry regarding legislation to modernize national cosmetic legislation."
This webinar also will provide an overview of regulations and trends that impact beauty, cosmetics manufacturing and marketing in 2014.
This ban in the Brazilian state follows a ban from India, Israel and the European Union, as well as debate and potential regulation changes in countries like China.
With the growing importance of Brazil to the global beauty market, in-cosmetics 2014 is offering a Brazil Country Focus area that will explore how the South American country has become one of the powerhouse nations in the beauty industry.
Lisa Power is now the executive vice president for public relations and communications for the Personal Care Products Council (PCPC).
Kline & Company takes a close look at how banning this ingredient in beauty products could affect the industry.
Speakers will cover topics such as EU recast implementation, Prop 65 implications and more.
Learn beauty ingredient news from suppliers like Symrise, Dow corning, Silab, Clariant, Solvay and Wacker, as well as about innovative new ingredient launches from Sederma/IRB, Sabinsa, Pilot Chemical, Provital/Centerchem and more.
Standards for organic or natural products are largely the same, although some pertain to “natural” while others do “organic.” Each program and seal is intended for a given region, which should be taken into account when targeting specified markets. Here, the author reviews the most recognized natural and organic certifiers and seals around the globe.
According to Marc Engel, chief procurement officer with Unilever, "Market transformation can only happen if everyone involved takes responsibility and is held accountable for driving a sustainability agenda."