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FDA Contracting Out Research On 25 Cosmetic Ingredients’ Allergenicity

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Agency is accepting contractor proposals through August 11 for a scientific literature survey and data analysis to determine whether 25 cosmetic ingredients/mixtures warrant identification as “sensitizers” or “allergens,” according to definitions being developed separately. Preservatives dominate the list.

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