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California Assembly Passes Bill For Professional Cosmetic Ingredient Disclosure

Beauty products marketed for use by manicurists, estheticians and other licensed professionals would be subject to the same ingredient labeling requirements as other cosmetics in California under a bill that passed the state Assembly May 30.

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Whole Foods ‘Hypoallergenic’ Litigation To Test ‘Sensitizer’ Definition, Consumer Perceptions

A California federal judge has granted Whole Foods Market, Inc.’s motion to dismiss itself, all but one affiliate, and a number of plaintiff claims in the putative class action, but the core issue of contention – whether Whole Foods-branded “hypoallergenic” offerings are falsely labeled – remains to be litigated.

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CIR’s 2019 Priorities A Botanical Garden; AHPA To Stay Tuned In

The American Herbal Products Association vows to stay abreast of Cosmetic Ingredient Review activities, with ingredients of importance to its members sprinkled throughout the group’s 2019 priority list.

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FDA Guidance Adds 8 Non-Digestible Carbohydrates As Dietary Fibers

Guidance FDA published June 12 identifies isolated or synthetic non-digestible carbohydrates that can be included in the dietary fiber totals on Nutrition Fact labels for food products and on Supplement Fact labels for vitamins and supplements

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US Supplement Market Growth: Is The Industry In Its Own Way?

Longtime supplement industry attorney Scott Bass says supplement manufacturers should work with FDA as an ally, including registering products with the agency pre-market, while FDA's second-in-command for supplement industry oversight, Robert Durkin, says the agency is not interested in preventing more safe products from reaching the market.

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REACH Phase-In Registration Is Over. Now What?

After 10 years and nearly 90,000 registrations, the phase-in period for existing chemicals under the EU’s REACH regulation is finished. New chemicals must continue to be registered, and substance dossiers have to kept up to date through ongoing cooperation between registrants, ECHA reminds industry.

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Joint Supplement With Contested Claims Still Available After FTC Says It's Not

FTC concluded 2BeUnstoppable's My Perfect Bones supplement no longer is on the market after NAD reported its concerns when the firm refused to participate in a review of claims including "shown to reverse bone loss the natural way.” But My Perfect Bones and other supplements from 2BeUnstoppable's owner are available on Amazon.com.

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Imposing RCTs For Supplement Claims Would Cause 'Wholesale Change' In Regulation – CRN, CHPA

“The industry would face confusion as to the appropriate substantiation standard for non-disease dietary supplement claims,” say the Council for Responsible Nutrition and the Consumer Healthcare Products Association in a joint amicus brief filed with in Second Circuit. They submitted the brief in support of Quincy’s motion urging the appeals court to dismiss an appeal by FTC and New York of a federal district court’s 2017 dismissal of the federal and state agencies' complaint against Quincy.

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Colgate/Tom’s Of Maine Pays Back Unilever For ‘Naturally Dry’ Loss

It appears that Unilever will have to repackage Schmidt’s deodorants without wetness-absorption claims following an NAD ruling upheld by an appellate review panel. Challenger Colgate/Tom’s of Maine must be pleased, as it was Unilever that took down Tom’s “Naturally Dry” claims (and product names) in the same advertising self-regulatory forum in 2016.

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FDA Litigates To Wash Off Sanitizer Ebola Claim, Warns On Colloidal Silver Benefits

A complaint filed in federal court in California seeks an order to block Innovative BioDefense from distributing Zylast antiseptic hand sanitizer products that, due to its claims, are unapproved new drugs under FDA regulations. A warning letter to Silver Armor states that drug claims render its Silver Ramon and Natural Health brand products, which contain colloidal silver, unapproved new drugs and that the is noncompliant with supplement GMP regulations.

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California’s Advancing Cosmetic Animal-Test Ban Poses Liabilities, Industry Says

Universities and other accredited labs often test cosmetic ingredients on animals to assess potential health risks without manufacturers’ involvement or even their knowledge. Under a proposed bill advancing in California, such studies could render companies that use those ingredients non-compliant and subject to fines.

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The Caramel Case: Federal Preemption Would Be Sweet, Prop 65 The Sundae

The federal/state regulatory disconnects under California’s Prop 65 – a priority target in the cosmetics industry’s preemption explorations on Capitol Hill – are distinctly embodied by caramel, a color additive approved by FDA that nevertheless may require warnings on products sold in the Golden State.

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‘California’s A Problem,’ But Prop 65 Preemption For Cosmetics Could Be Out Of Reach

California is the poster child for regulation in excess of federal requirements, but the biggest challenges it poses to cosmetics companies will be difficult – if not impossible – to resolve via “national uniformity” provisions in legislation before Congress.

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Supreme Court Vitamin C Price-Fixing Decision Could Juice Litigation Against Foreign Businesses Broadly

US businesses in any industry could use the Supreme Court's ruling that federal courts have leeway in whether to recognize a foreign country's laws as applicable in a firm's defense against unfair business practices and similar civil complaints, say attorneys tracking class-action litigation vitamin C marketers Animal Science Products and Ranis Co. filed against multiple Chinese firms supplying the ingredient.

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Imposing RCTs For Supplement Claims Would Cause 'Wholesale Change' In Regulation – CRN, CHPA

“The industry would face confusion as to the appropriate substantiation standard for non-disease dietary supplement claims,” say the Council for Responsible Nutrition and the Consumer Healthcare Products Association in a joint amicus brief filed with in Second Circuit. They submitted the brief in support of Quincy’s motion urging the appeals court to dismiss an appeal by FTC and New York of a federal district court’s 2017 dismissal of the federal and state agencies' complaint against Quincy.

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Health, Beauty And Wellness News: Ocuvite Blue Light, NIH Herbal App

Nutraceutical Corp. refutes California lead claim; CRN Conference, Workshop registration open; GMA appoints Freeman to helm; Ocuvite Blue Light for digital protection; and NIH app for herbals.

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Pollution Protection, Blue Light Defense Among Cosmetic Tests In High Demand

Craig Weiss, president of Consumer Product Testing Company, discussed trending cosmetics claims and testing that can be used to support them, as well as “claims that perhaps should not be made,” at ICMAD’s regulatory workshop in May.

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P&G’s SK-II Jockeying For Top Spot In Asian Prestige Skin Care

P&G’s super-premium SK-II skin-care brand is growing at a 20% clip and accumulating new users just as quickly, thanks in large part to its “Change Destiny” campaign, CFO Jon Moeller said at the Deutsche Bank Global Consumer Conference June 14. The firm is also reaping the benefits of Gillette razor investments and price cuts, but threats remain.
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Supreme Court Vitamin C Price-Fixing Decision Could Juice Litigation Against Foreign Businesses Broadly

US businesses in any industry could use the Supreme Court's ruling that federal courts have leeway in whether to recognize a foreign country's laws as applicable in a firm's defense against unfair business practices and similar civil complaints, say attorneys tracking class-action litigation vitamin C marketers Animal Science Products and Ranis Co. filed against multiple Chinese firms supplying the ingredient.

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REACH Phase-In Registration Is Over. Now What?

After 10 years and nearly 90,000 registrations, the phase-in period for existing chemicals under the EU’s REACH regulation is finished. New chemicals must continue to be registered, and substance dossiers have to kept up to date through ongoing cooperation between registrants, ECHA reminds industry.

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CIR Expert Panel’s June Meeting: Popular Botanicals, Salicylates Among Ingredients Deemed Safe

The Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel issued two final safety reports and six tentative reports at its June 4-5 meeting in Washington.

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Cosmetic Preservatives Crisis Creeping Into CIR Program

If concerns about cosmetic preservatives are unfounded from a scientific standpoint, then the Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel should be in a position to set the record straight. However, data gaps have the group considering “insufficient data” findings in pending reviews of parabens and polyaminopropyl biguanide.

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US Supplement Market Growth: Is The Industry In Its Own Way?

Longtime supplement industry attorney Scott Bass says supplement manufacturers should work with FDA as an ally, including registering products with the agency pre-market, while FDA's second-in-command for supplement industry oversight, Robert Durkin, says the agency is not interested in preventing more safe products from reaching the market.

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Consumer Health Ad Claim Reviews: NutriO2, SmartMouth, Active Iron

Cancer claims for supplement sent for FTC scrutiny; Mouthwash bad breath claims stink to NAD; and UK iron superiority claim withers.

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Joint Supplement With Contested Claims Still Available After FTC Says It's Not

FTC concluded 2BeUnstoppable's My Perfect Bones supplement no longer is on the market after NAD reported its concerns when the firm refused to participate in a review of claims including "shown to reverse bone loss the natural way.” But My Perfect Bones and other supplements from 2BeUnstoppable's owner are available on Amazon.com.

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