CIR Panel To Re-Review Cosmetic Preservative In Light Of New Allergy Data
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
CIR’s Expert Panel decided at its March 19 meeting to re-review preservative methyisothiazolinone, taking into account new allergy data, after the substance was named “Contact Allergen of the Year” by the American Contact Dermatitis Society. Panel will also reopen reviews of hydroquinone and p-hydroxyanisole to consider the chemicals’ use in nail care.
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