FDA Sunsets VCRP, Will Launch New Portal For Mandatory Cosmetics Registration Under MoCRA
FDA is closing down its 50-year-old Voluntary Cosmetic Registration Program as it prepares a new portal for facility registration and product/ingredient listing under the Modernization of Cosmetic Regulations Act. The Independent Beauty Association says the news marked an important step, but dismayed many stakeholders who hoped VCRP data would transfer to the new system or otherwise be preserved.
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