CIR ‘Watchdog’ Women’s Voices For The Earth To Remain On Guard In 2021
NGO says the Expert Panel for Cosmetic Ingredient Safety’s conclusion on methylisothiazolinone in 2020 was among decisions “not in the interest of public health.” However, other assessments highlighted by the group suggest that the Cosmetic Ingredient Review is working as an open forum for public input and discussion.
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The Personal Care Products Council’s government affairs heads, chief scientist and executive VP of global strategies discuss the trade association’s 2021 priorities and preoccupations.
At its 14-15 September virtual meeting, the Cosmetic Ingredient Review’s Expert Panel issued five final ingredient reports, four tentative reports, and insufficient data announcements for seven ingredients or ingredient groups, including silicates and 60 red algae ingredients.