ICCR-15: International Cosmetics Regulator Group Tackles Consumer Safety Perceptions
The International Cooperation on Cosmetics Regulations continues efforts to minimize barriers to international trade through regulatory convergence, while also taking steps to educate consumers on cosmetics safety issues that may be widely misunderstood. Personal Care Products Council leadership discusses developments from the regulator group’s 15th annual meeting in June.
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