In Brief: Prop 65 Aloe Vera Listing Update; Beautycounter Sales Soar; More
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Comments are now being accepted through June 9 on California's proposal to add Aloe vera whole leaf extract to the Prop 65 substances list. More news in brief.
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Upping its bid to disrupt the cosmetics market, Beautycounter hosted a congressional briefing Nov. 17 to advocate stronger industry oversight, putting its weight behind the Personal Care Products Safety Act in particular. The direct seller, which has self-banned 1,500 ingredients from its offerings, has seen its sales and following grow rapidly since launching less than three years ago and aligning itself with leading NGOs.
The United States Solicitor General is expected to file a brief early in 2015 on a case examining if the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act preempts an unfair competition claim in California pertaining to the cosmetics/drugs regulatory divide. The case, Athena Cosmetics vs. Allergan, could be heard by the Supreme Court and bring attention to the way cosmetics are defined and regulated under federal law.
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