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.