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Cosmetic Spray Safety Assessment Rarely Needs Particle-Size Data? CIR Expert Panel Weighs NGO Criticism

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Women’s Voices for the Earth is inclined to disagree that “particle/droplet size data under consumer use conditions are rarely needed when assessing the inhalation safety of an ingredient in a spray cosmetic product,” as stated in a draft resource document currently under revision by Cosmetic Ingredient Review. The group’s Expert Panel will consider the matter Dec. 3-4 in Washington.


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