ECHA gives verdict on 3 everyday cosmetics ingredients

The ECHA's Committee for Risk Assessment has given its opinion on citric acid, methyl salicylate and isobutyl methyl ketone

Citric acid is an alpha hydroxy acid naturally found in citric fruits

The European Chemicals Agency’s Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) has decided on the harmonised classification of 15 substances, including three used in cosmetics, which could eventually lead to a ban on their use.

The three substances . . .

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