Tinosorb A2B is the first UV filter to be included in the positive list of the new EU Cosmetics Regulation
New EU health and environment commissioners will influence the cosmetics sector, says Keith Nuthall
The use of hydrolysed wheat proteins in soap could be unsafe for consumers, causing sensitisation, but has been deemed safe for use in other personal care products, reports Keith Nuthall
Liquid restrictions liberalisation in airports is welcomed by European retailers, reports Méabh McMahon
India's fatty alcohol duty plans are sparking arguments between suppliers and users, says Raghavendra Verma
The perpetuation of myths about cosmetics and commonly used ingredients risks undermining the credibility of the industry as a whole, says Chris Flower, Director General of the CTPA
The Canadian personal care product sector is optimistic over an EU trade deal which will see the removal of tariffs
Carmen Paun and Méabh McMahon report from 2014’s Cosmetics Europe conference, which stressed that the beauty industry needs to beware of claims which could give consumers the wrong impression
ECHA is launching an investigation into cosmetics additives.
Darren Praznik, President and CEO of the Canadian Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association, discusses regulatory requirements and standards
The brand has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges regarding advertising for Généfique and Youth Code
Korean cosmetic makers hopeful that free trade agreement will eliminate duties on products when exported
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