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IFRA’s 49th Amendment To Safety Standards Coming Soon With QRA2 Updates

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Notification may come within weeks for the 49th Amendment to the International Fragrance Association’s Code of Practice, which will update safe use standards for fragrance materials based on a revised quantitative risk assessment framework that uses a new aggregate exposure model for dermal sensitizers, among other changes. IFRA has been working closely on the issue of fragrance allergens with the European Commission.

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