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CIR’s Ginkgo Biloba Review Illustrates Growing Botanical Challenges

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel issued a tentative insufficient data report for Ginkgo biloba-derived ingredients at its March 5-6 meeting. The panel’s struggle to map available ingredient information and toxicity data to specific uses in the cosmetics sector signals botanical review challenges that are likely to become only more frequent.

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