European Agencies Readying Draft Guidance For Identifying Endocrine Disruptors
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Regulatory movement to define endocrine disruptors for identification purposes hasn't had any direct impact on cosmetics yet, but the EC is required to review the Cosmetics Directive with respect to endocrine-disrupting substances once criteria have been established, a target that may be in sight.
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