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Makeup Remover Pads Exempt From Hydrocarbon CR Packaging Draft Reg

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is expected to exempt makeup remover pads from the scope of proposed rulemaking requiring child-resistant packaging for cosmetics and household products containing a certain hydrocarbon weight and viscosity, according to a draft report.

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission's recently-completed review of updated data on pediatric exposure to certain hydrocarbon-containing cosmetics supports child-resistant packaging requirements for such products, CPSC concludes in a March 27 report.

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Consumer Product Safety Commission developing plan to collect safety data on cosmetics containing mineral oil to determine whether child-resistant packaging requirements for such products should be included in a final regulation on hydrocarbons. A soon-to-be-published proposed rule, which will recommend child-resistant packaging for mineral oil-containing cosmetics, may be amended later depending on the results of the safety assessment. A strategy proposal for data collection will be presented to the CPSC commissioners in four weeks. CPSC already has decided to exempt eye makeup remover pads from the scope of the proposed rule (1"The Rose Sheet" Sept. 6, p. 9)

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