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DECIEM, Truly ‘The Abnormal Beauty Company,’ Faces Uncertain Future

The Estee Lauder Companies-backed startup has been highly successful despite erratic and, in the eyes of many, concerning behavior from founder Brandon Truaxe. In his latest – and supposedly last – Instagram post for the brand, Truaxe says DECIEM will be shutting down operations and renews claims about corruption within the organization.

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CIR Panel Not Changing Its Mind About Parabens Safety, Renewing NGO Accusations Of Bias

Halfway through the Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel’s September 24-25 meeting, Women’s Voices for the Earth was already blogging that the panel seemed set on declaring parabens safe (which it went on to do on a tentative basis) despite what the NGO sees as increasing evidence to the contrary. Panelist statements from previous meetings suggest a pro-industry agenda, WVE suggests.

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What Do Cosmetics Reform Campaigners Dream Of At Night? Rep. Schakowsky Just Reintroduced It

The Safe Cosmetics and Personal Care Products Act would establish a reasonable-certainty-of-no-harm standard for FDA’s review of ingredients and require companies to share their safety information for every product with the agency, which in turn would publish it for public consumption. The bill is highly similar to Schakowsky’s previous reform proposals that divided industry and the NGO community.

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NAD Fed Up With ‘Confidentiality’ Cop-Outs; Are Advertisers ‘Hiding The Ball’?

The National Advertising Division is weary of companies claiming confidentiality in its dispute resolution forum without adequately detailed cause or earnest efforts to meet the option’s requirements. A panel at the group’s annual meeting discussed the issue and steps advertisers should take to protect their competitive interests without compromising themselves or the self-regulatory system.

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Health, Beauty And Wellness News: NPA On NIS, AHPA JAMA Letter, Zero Recall Two

NPA wants to work with FDA to develop broader, more transparent medical food definition; FTC FY 2018 report notes enforcements against supplement firms making false claims of memory and cognitive benefits; Zero Xtreme recalled for second time in two years after found containing sibutramine; and more news.

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China Focused On Animal Alternatives Acceptance At Critical Time

Regulatory changes under consideration could bring Chinese cosmetics requirements more in line with global standards, but others could complicate matters for companies that have avoided animal testing via cross-border e-commerce. While much remains hazy, it's clear that industry would benefit from China's increased openness to alternative tests to substantiate cosmetic safety.

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FDA Ban On Flavoring Ingredients Should Prompt Removal From Fragrances – WVE

The battle between hazard and risk ideologies goes on as NGO Women’s Voices for the Earth calls for the removal of five fragrance ingredients from personal-care products that FDA recently – if reluctantly – struck from its list of approved food additives. The agency maintains the substances pose no risk to public health.

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Sparq's Vitamin Vapor Inhalation Product Could Spark Regulatory Interest

Vitamin Air is so novel, it could get FDA's attention for misbranding as a supplement and being an unapproved new drug. Sparq says it's not an electronic cigarette because there's no nicotine in formulations it offers in products that resemble early-edition e-cigarettes. But it is a dietary supplement because each one is a mixture of vitamins, minerals and supplements plus natural flavors and glycerin so the formulations heat into vapor that is inhaled, the firm says.

 


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UK Ad Regulator Cracks Down On Cosmetic Acne, 'Spots' Claims

The Advertising Standards Authority issued decisions Oct. 17 on complaints against three cosmetics brands and an online beauty retailer for statements the independent regulator reads as acne-treatment claims, or the “spots” equivalent, calling them medicinal claims for unlicensed products.

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Positive Checkup For ‘100% Clean’ Interdental Brush Ad Claim In UK

Swedish firm TePe substantiated that interdental brushes get teeth “100% clean” by reaching the 40% of tooth surface that toothbrushes don't, and that 94% of dental hygienists recommend its products.

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Congressional Races Could Alter Cosmetics Legislative Outlook, Starting With House Energy & Commerce

Recent polling suggests the “blue wave” headed for Congress may not be of the magnitude hyped by some. But if Dems do flip the House as expected, cosmetics reform legislation will go through an Energy & Commerce Committee likely chaired by New Jersey Rep. Frank Pallone, who’s been a highly vocal critic of current cosmetics safety controls.

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Industry Should Seek Guidance, Supply-Chain Checks For California Cruelty-Free Compliance

Morgan Lewis partner Kathleen Sanzo discusses California’s Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, signed into law in late September. Companies should begin establishing compliance programs and supply chain controls and request guidance from California authorities on interpreting the law’s exemptions, she says.

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California Cosmetics Bills Are Officially Law; Origins Tries Again With Lipsticks; Cosmetics News In Brief

California continues to lead the charge in state legislation adding to federal cosmetics requirements. Meanwhile Lauder’s Origins brand reenters the lipstick category, and Fusion Brands announces a potentially risky name change.

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Split Decision In UFC Athlete's Complaint About Steroid-Containing Supplements

Some clams in Ultimate Fighting Championship competitor Lyman Good's complaint against Vitamin Shoppe, Gaspari Nutrition, Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals and Millennium Sport Technologies will stand. Good's counsel, however, made "threadbare" arguments to sustain other charges he alleged, a judge says in New York federal court.

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Sensa Class Action Complaint Gets Second Shot At Certification

A federal judge denied certification without prejudice, allowing plaintiff's attorneys to file an amended complaint with arguments and evidence countering reasons for denying certification as a class. Two other complaints were resolved in settlements following FTC's settlement with Sensa Products and its parent firm in 2014 for $26.5m.

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Global Corporate Insurer Projects Increased Liability For ‘Toxic Trio’ Use In Cosmetics

Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty raises liability concerns that could be relevant to cosmetics manufacturers still using “toxic trio” ingredients. The firm’s report is a signal at least that rampant US litigation for alleged false advertising and undeclared ingredient risks has reached the international insurance consciousness.

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Health, Beauty And Wellness Launches: Gummy Facility In China, Hangover Remedies From UK, Bulgarian Firm In US

Sober Up, HangZing mine hangover demand; Fairlife snack-sized beverages for in-between meals; YGYI's Hemp FX CBD product sales online; and more news.

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Health, Beauty And Wellness News: NPA On NIS, AHPA JAMA Letter, Zero Recall Two

NPA wants to work with FDA to develop broader, more transparent medical food definition; FTC FY 2018 report notes enforcements against supplement firms making false claims of memory and cognitive benefits; Zero Xtreme recalled for second time in two years after found containing sibutramine; and more news.

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P&G Broad-Based Beauty Business Bounce Behind 4% Overall Sales Growth

P&G reported total beauty division sales grew 5% to $3.29bn, with a 20% jump in SK-II offset somewhat by low single-digit growth in hair care. Investors rewarded the firm’s better-than-expected net sales results with same-day 9% bump in its share price.

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FDA Ban On Flavoring Ingredients Should Prompt Removal From Fragrances – WVE

The battle between hazard and risk ideologies goes on as NGO Women’s Voices for the Earth calls for the removal of five fragrance ingredients from personal-care products that FDA recently – if reluctantly – struck from its list of approved food additives. The agency maintains the substances pose no risk to public health.

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Industry Should Seek Guidance, Supply-Chain Checks For California Cruelty-Free Compliance

Morgan Lewis partner Kathleen Sanzo discusses California’s Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, signed into law in late September. Companies should begin establishing compliance programs and supply chain controls and request guidance from California authorities on interpreting the law’s exemptions, she says.

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Nail Polish Study Making Waves; Will California’s DTSC Be Swept Up?

Nail care remains a category of interest for the Department of Toxic Substances Control under California’s Safer Consumer Products regulation, which targets chemicals for alternatives analysis and potential elimination. DTSC could see the new study as strengthening the case for action in this area.

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Health, Beauty And Wellness Launches: Gummy Facility In China, Hangover Remedies From UK, Bulgarian Firm In US

Sober Up, HangZing mine hangover demand; Fairlife snack-sized beverages for in-between meals; YGYI's Hemp FX CBD product sales online; and more news.

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Health, Beauty And Wellness News: NPA On NIS, AHPA JAMA Letter, Zero Recall Two

NPA wants to work with FDA to develop broader, more transparent medical food definition; FTC FY 2018 report notes enforcements against supplement firms making false claims of memory and cognitive benefits; Zero Xtreme recalled for second time in two years after found containing sibutramine; and more news.

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Sparq's Vitamin Vapor Inhalation Product Could Spark Regulatory Interest

Vitamin Air is so novel, it could get FDA's attention for misbranding as a supplement and being an unapproved new drug. Sparq says it's not an electronic cigarette because there's no nicotine in formulations it offers in products that resemble early-edition e-cigarettes. But it is a dietary supplement because each one is a mixture of vitamins, minerals and supplements plus natural flavors and glycerin so the formulations heat into vapor that is inhaled, the firm says.

 


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