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Cosmetic Ingredient Review Program Will Get 'Fresh Look' In 2018 – PCPC

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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With federal legislation on the table to task FDA with cosmetic ingredient reviews and provide accredited third parties with the opportunity to inform the agency's assessment work, the Personal Care Products Council plans to give the industry-funded Cosmetic Ingredient Review program a "fresh look."

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