Every two years cosmetics made, packaged, or labeled in the state have to be registered with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Separate bills, currently under consideration by the Senate and the House, would change that mandate.
In a battle that has spanned the last two years; a group of congress members have written a letter to the US Food and Drug Administration expressing concerns over the lack of progress or action taken against hair straightening treatments that contain...
Following the recent debate surrounding keratin hair-straightening products, 10 members of Congress have sent a letter to the Food and Drug Administration expressing their concern and asking the agency to take immediate action to protect workers and consumers.
US Senate records have shown that leading cosmetics player Estee
Lauder Companies recently made a payment of $100,000 to Cassidy
& Associates to help it lobby the US government on legislative
and funding issues.