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EC Scientific Committee To Reconsider Preservative MI Use In Cosmetics

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

New data from trade association Cosmetics Europe has prompted the EC’s Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety to take another look at the safety of methylisothiazolinone when used in rinse-off products and leave-on hair products. Previously, the committee’s assessment of the preservative found that there was no safe concentration when used in leave-on cosmetic products.

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