The government department has recently warned consumers of the risks associated with hand sanitizer products made with unapproved ingredients and called for 12 companies to stop selling unsanctioned sanitizer.
The beauty maker is helping hairdressers around the world exceed the usual salon safety and sanitary measures, to keep themselves and clients safe by supplying masks, hand sanitizer gel, and new operating guidelines.
A ruling this week from US District Judge Freda Wolfson in New Jersey allows testimony from plaintiffs’ medical and scientific experts, including specialists in gynecologic oncology, cancer prevention research, and occupational and environmental health....
The ongoing global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has gripped markets worldwide, and with no concrete end in sight, CosmeticsDesign’s editors discuss market impacts, industry response and what might still be to come.
The main topic of programming at last month’s PCPC Annual Meeting event was sustainability. As part of that discussion, the EWG was invited to speak about how NGOs and beauty industry insiders can best work together.
In coordination with other Canada-based organizations, the national cosmetics and personal care trade association is working to quickly scale the production of safe, effective hand sanitizer to help limit the spread of Coronavirus.
Late last week, as part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ongoing efforts to keep pace with this country’s needs during the Coronavirus pandemic, new guidance documents were issued addressing both manufacturers and pharmacists.
The 2-day educational event takes place next month in California and will cover a wide array of legal, technical, legislative, and regulatory updates affecting the cosmetics and personal care industry.
This month, the fragrance supplier launched a line of Clean Label fragrance formulas and in the interest of ingredient transparency will share a list all raw materials in each scent with their customers.
The bill, introduced in the US House of Representatives on Tuesday, would define and legislate the use of the word ‘natural’ and the term ‘naturally-derived’ for cosmetics and personal care labeling and marketing. Ingredient suppliers would be required...
Everyday it seems there’s a new beauty product on the market claiming to be all-natural, clean, green, or otherwise remarkably sustainable. Here, in an effort to better understand the future of the industry, Cosmetics Design shares insights from emerging...
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The new data privacy law goes into effect in January 2020 and could mean a significant change in business practices for any cosmetics or personal care venture that conducts ecommerce with California residents. Late last month, Cosmetics Design spoke to...
Following the FDA's public hearing on Scientific Data and Information about Products Containing Cannabis or Cannabis-Derived Compounds on May 31, the Kline consulting and research firm issued a media release highlighting 3 points of which cosmetics...
With changes in the EU regulation around the use of ‘free from’ on beauty and personal care products (e.g. free from parabens or free from silicones) coming into place next month, an upcoming webinar aims to get industry professionals up to speed.
While regulators in the United States and the EU continue to mull laws that might enable the development of the hemp industry, cosmetic and personal care ingredient players have come up with intriguing ways of circumnavigating existing regulations.
On Friday, Conservative MP Marylyn Gladu (who represents Sarina—Lambton, Ontario) moved to have a bill read that would effectively ban the sale and manufacture of cosmetics and cosmetic ingredients tested on animals. Advocates are calling this legislative...
The recent warning by the US FDA about three Claire’s color cosmetic products containing potentially dangerous levels of asbestos has seen company executives spring to the defense and claim that the testing may not be accurate.
Today, the global tech solutions company announced a new module expressly for beauty; it’s a module meant to help ingredient suppliers, manufacturers, and retailers address regulatory compliance, safety, and risk issues.
Increasingly, cosmetic and personal care consumers want transparency regarding the origins and manufacturing practices of the products they buy, something that can prove to be a tough call for many brands to answer.