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Beyond Organic: Dr. Bronner's To Test-Pilot NSF 'Regenerative' Certification

The Regenerative Organic Certified program, launching on a pilot basis this year, could appeal to personal-care brands looking to distinguish themselves from the growing organic crowd or signal their commitment to organic agricultural principles, soil health, farmworker justice and animal welfare with a single logo. NSF International will serve as the sole certifying organization initially.

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PCPC Defending Against Indiscriminate Plastic Ingredient Attacks

The Personal Care Products Council is working to counter misleading NGO campaigns targeting plastic ingredients in cosmetics, an issue that has European regulators exploring bans that could exceed US microbeads law. Beat the Microbead's messaging is of particular concern, the trade group says.

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CIR Defends Independence, Suggests Confusion Prompted WVE Criticism

Cosmetic Ingredient Review head Bart Heldreth suggests that not only are Women's Voices for the Earth's concerns misguided, but the group may hold a grudge from past instances when the CIR Expert Panel was in disagreement with the group. Heldreth maintains the expert panel “has established a strong record of protecting public health through its reviews and safety assessments of ingredients used in cosmetics.

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CIR Objectivity In Safety Substantiation Questioned By Women's Voices for Earth

In a report released April 24, WVE highlights what it says are CIR’s shortcomings, pointing out a conflict of interest due to the group’s industry funding and governance, as well as its narrow scope solely focused on consumer safety – not the safety of workers or environmental impact – and the expert panel’s approach to inhalation hazards and data gaps.
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Hawaiian Sunscreen Ban On Brink Of Passage; Lawmakers Hashing Out Final Details

Conferees from the state’s House and Senate will meet in an effort to resolve differences in legislation to ban the sale of oxybenzone- and octinoxate-containing sunscreens due to environmental concerns. A consensus version of the bill must be available for final reads by April 26.

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