Personal Care Products Council Tweaks CIR Process For Transparency
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The Personal Care Products Council, formerly CTFA, aims to make the Cosmetic Ingredient Review process more transparent by opening up a position for a consumer representative on the steering committee, among other changes
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