CIR Experts To Take First Look At Brown Algae Ingredients, Strategize For MI/MCI Re-Review
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The Cosmetic Ingredient Review’s draft report on brown algae-derived ingredients is up for Expert Panel consideration Sept. 24-25, and five Ginkgo biloba ingredients could receive final safe-as-used sign-off. CIR also seeks the panel’s help in preparing a re-review document for the MI/MCI preservative combination, which is overdue for an updated assessment with usage up significantly since 1992.
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