Cosmetic News In Brief: PCPSA Prospects; Calif. Cleaning Bill; More
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
FDA movement to reduce regulatory burdens in line with executive orders from President Trump is not a major obstacle to the Personal Care Products Safety Act's advancement, Senator Dianne Feinstein's office suggests. Meanwhile, the Cleaning Product Right to Know Act heads for the finish line in California, and GC3 provides an update on submissions received for its preservatives challenge.
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The beauty industry do-gooder returned to Washington Sept. 12 with 15 other brands in tow, pressing lawmakers for a hearing on the proposed Personal Care Products Safety Act.
Any movement to advance proposed cosmetics reform legislation could be seen as running counter to President Trump's executive orders earlier this year, which now have FDA centers seeking "broad public comment" on how to achieve "meaningful burden reduction."
Aug. 24 is the deadline to submit early-stage preservative technologies for personal-care and household products to the Green Chemistry & Commerce Council’s Preservative Challenge, backed by a fleet of industry sponsors, including major chemical suppliers. GC3 says over 160 innovators have registered in the competition portal, with 15 submissions thus far and "a flurry of activity" expected in the final week.