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CIR Expert Panel Affirms Safety Of Preservative MI, Reaches Decisions On Five Ingredients From Nature

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At their 8-9 June meeting, CIR’s independent experts tentatively found methylisothiazolinone safe for use in rinse-off cosmetic products up to 100 ppm and safe in leave-on cosmetic products when formulated to be non-sensitizing, maintaining their more tolerant position on the preservative compared with the EU. More results.

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