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Colipa launches new Web site

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

European Cosmetics Association's new public Web site at 1www.colipa.eu offers stakeholders - including decision-makers, regulators, the media and the public - in the EU and wider world "improved access to information about the cosmetics industry," trade group's Director-General Bertil Heerink says. "We are confident that this new site will improve the quality of dialogue, to which we attach so much importance." Site's "Safety & Science" section includes European Union legislation and safety assessment links, its "Well-Being" page provides an overview of personal-care benefits, while the "Using Cosmetics" section includes information on allergies and labeling and "how to keep products." The Personal Care Products Council reinvented itself and launched its consumer-oriented informational Web site, 2www.cosmeticsinfo.org, in late 2007 in the interest of greater transparency (3"The Rose Sheet" Dec. 3, 2007, p. 3)

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