Over the recent years, there have been concerns about the usage of aluminium in cosmetics and other products such as antiperspirants, toothpaste and lipsticks that come into contact with the human skin.
Identification of the product category is perhaps the most crucial step to comply with the Regulatory requirements in the European market.
Heavy metals are ubiquitously present in the environment surrounding us. Heavy metals containing ingredients such as thimerosal (mercury) and lead acetate were used as cosmetic ingredients in the past.
It is apparent that COVID-19 has permanently changed the ways of business operations for many industries across the globe.
Thanks to the rapid development of vaccines and quick vaccinations in major parts of the world, there seem positive developments in all the business sectors towards the growth.
Skincare has been a vital element of human routine for ages and consumers have been trailing behind the beauty of perfect skin and so have the companies.
The use of animal-derived constituents was pioneered at the beginning of the 18th century and slowly gained pace, soon after the advancement in science and technology.
Environmental Protection Agency of the US is prioritizing the attempts to develop and use New Approach Methods (NAMs) for chemical testing.
Chemical products are used in a variety of sectors in the Life sciences industry.