CIR Expert Panel Wants Nano Data For Ingredient Reviews
Are nanoparticle data necessarily relevant to every ingredient assessment undertaken by Cosmetic Ingredient Review’s independent expert panel? Let us be the judge of that, the panel said on 27 September at its 162nd meeting.
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CIR’s 161st Expert Panel Meeting: Much Ado About Airbrush Cosmetics; Prostaglandins Make 2023 Priorities
Exactly what is in airbrush-delivered cosmetics, and how they are used by consumers, are not well understood by Cosmetic Ingredient Review, its expert panel, or the US FDA. At their June meeting, CIR’s independent experts debated who should be responsible for assessing airbrush cosmetics and how safety unknowns should be communicated.
The US-based Cosmetic Ingredient Review’s independent experts finalized four ingredient safety reports at its 7-8 March meeting, advanced nine tentative assessments, and issued two insufficient data announcements. The panel continues to face challenges in assessing ingredients used in airbrush applications and decided against prioritizing review of eyelash-"enhancing" prostaglandin analogues.