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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.
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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Agency may be teaming with an outside party to conduct a maximum usage trial on sunscreen formulations. FDA guidance advises MUsTs to assess systemic exposure to sunscreen drug ingredients, but ingredient sponsors have been loath to invest in such tests due to questions about cost and viability.
Health Canada’s investigation cleared Claire’s makeup previously linked to asbestos by Scientific Analytical Institute, the same lab whose asbestos findings Tween Brands disputed last year before launching a recall based on its own testing. Cosmetics manufacturers using talc should try to keep up.
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