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"Increased awareness of consumer exposure may lead to increased demand for regulation/risk assessment" for cosmetic products, the European Commission states in a recently-released 1report evaluating the activities and future needs of scientific committees under the Health and Consumer Protection Directorate General, including the Scientific Committee on Cosmetics and Non-Food Products. Report cites hair dyes as an example in which a study linking the products to bladder cancer triggered review of 100 ingredients that had been marketed in the EU without restrictions. Commission estimates SCCNFP evaluates 20-40 hair dye ingredients a year, as well as six to 10 preservatives and a similar number of UV filters...
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