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CIR Expert Panel Seeks Proper Balance In Respiratory Exposure Doc, Says Particle Size Isn’t All-Important

Executive Summary

The Cosmetic Ingredient Review’s efforts to finalize an Aerosols resource document show the program’s public interchange at work. At its Dec. 3-4 meeting, the CIR Expert Panel was divided on whether the document properly characterizes the importance of particle size in assessing the inhalation risks of ingredients in aerosol cosmetics, a point raised by NGO Women’s Voices for the Earth.


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