Pollution Protection, Blue Light Defense Among Cosmetic Tests In High Demand
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Craig Weiss, president of Consumer Product Testing Company, discussed trending cosmetics claims and testing that can be used to support them, as well as “claims that perhaps should not be made,” at ICMAD’s regulatory workshop in May.
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