Council Proposes "Modernized" FDA Oversight Of Personal-Care Industry
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The largely self-regulated personal-care industry has announced its support of legislation to expand FDA's oversight role
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Rep. Frank Pallone, D-N.J., introduces the Cosmetic Safety Enhancement Act of 2012 before March 27th’s Energy and Commerce hearing on cosmetics regulation. Representatives Jan Schakowsky and Ed Markey push for their Safe Cosmetics Act of 2011, while Rep. Leonard Lance, R-N.J., intends to introduce his own cosmetics plan.
Stakeholders from industry, government and FDA discussed ideas for changing the agency’s oversight of cosmetics at a House subcommittee meeting March 27. The need for a national regulatory system, mandatory recalls, company and ingredient registration and adverse event reporting were debated.
A March 27 hearing titled “Examining the Current State of Cosmetics” will likely focus more on the future of cosmetics regulation in the U.S. CFSAN director Michael Landa is slated to testify, as are representatives from the Personal Care Products Council and small businesses.