PFAS Remain High Priority For US FDA’s Cosmetics Office – Director Linda Katz
“We’ve been keeping tabs of the amount of products containing PFAS over the last several years and, unfortunately, we’re not seeing really a lot of it going away,” said Katz, director of the Office of Cosmetics and Colors, at the Independent Beauty Association’s Cosmetics Regulations Workshop.
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Cosmetics Industry Still Committed To Reg Modernization, But FDA User-Fee Reauthorization May Not Be Vehicle
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