In Brief: IFRA's New Fragrance Standards; 'Green Beauty Barometer' Results; More
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The International Fragrance Association releases the 48th Amendment to its Code of Practice, which includes new standards derived via Quantitative Risk Assessment to minimize dermal-sensitization risks. In other news, market research firms highlight survey results underscoring the influence of "all-natural" marketing and celebrity endorsements on personal-care purchasing habits.
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