This Guidance has updated the current Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) Guidance on the Safety Assessment of Nanomaterials (NMs) in Cosmetics and on the Safety Assessment of NMs in Cosmetic Products.
The SCCS/1633/21 Opinion determined that Methyl Salicylate in toothpaste up to a maximum concentration of 2.52% is safe for children under the age of six.
Product safety is regulated in the UK by market surveillance bodies such as the Office for Product Safety and Standards and Local Authority Trading Standards.
Through this call, interested parties will be given the opportunity to provide their opinions and thoughts as well as supplementary facts to back up their remarks.
The Northern Ireland Protocol was replaced with a reference to the Windsor Framework in the statutory guidance for the UK Cosmetics Regulation (UKCR), which is applicable in Great Britain (GB), and the EU Cosmetic Products Regulation (EU CPR),…
The Environment Committee of the European Parliament (MEPs) enacted their recommendations for EU measures to ensure that textiles are produced in a circular, environmentally responsible, and socially equitable manner.
The UK's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) supported a case against social media and online ads for a CBD skincare range that made both explicit and implicit therapeutic claims for an unregistered product on April 26, 2023.
This is a standardized procedure for the Allergy Alert Test (AAT), which the Cosmetics Europe (CE) recommends incorporating into the use instructions that come with products whose principal function is to dye the hair and for which the AAT is…
This guide has been released by the UK's Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Perfumery Association (CTPA).
CTPA has introduced a new e-learning in its Online Learning Platform, 'Cosmetic Ingredients: How to Find Out the Legal Status'.