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John Chave, director-general at Cosmetics Europe, says the European Commission’s plan for targeted assessment of 28 potential endocrine-disruptors in cosmetics – despite its conclusion in late 2018 that the current cosmetics regulatory framework adequately addresses endocrine-disruptor concerns – is symptomatic of a broad trend taking hold in Europe.
Cosmetics Europe’s Director-General John Chave discusses next steps in the European Union’s proposed drive to ban manufactured microplastic in all cosmetic products. Industry continues to fight for something more proportionate, but it’s up against powerful forces in today’s European theater.
Yes To is investigating reports – including posts on leading social media platforms – regarding irritation and redness experienced by children and other users of its Yes To Grapefruit Glow-Boosting Unicorn Paper Mask. In the meantime, the company is recalling the product voluntarily.
Plaintiffs against Florida-based Green Roads used certificates of analysis the company makes freely available to consumers to determine that batches of two of the company’s products contained “significantly” less cannabidiol versus labeled amounts. A Florida federal court rejected the firm’s motion to dismiss, but it is interested in seeing how FDA rulemaking develops.
Tom's natural claims on toothpastes and deodorants are false and misleading, a plaintiff alleges in a proposed class action filed in Massachusetts federal court. Similar to previous complaints against Colgate/Tom’s, the plaintiff’s case is premised on the contention that “natural,” as opposed to “100% natural,” means no synthetic ingredients.