Existing Safety Principles Suffice For Nano-Cosmetics Evaluation – FDA
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
FDA maintains that the current framework for cosmetic safety assessment is sufficient to control potential risks associated with nano-engineered cosmetics. However, traditional testing methods may need to be modified or new strategies developed to account for nanomaterials’ unique properties and behavior, the agency says in final guidance issued June 24.
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