The European Commission’s Scientific Committee for Consumer Safety has been requested to take a second look at potential endocrine disrupting chemicals propylparaben and butylparaben, used as preservatives in personal care products.
The European Commission has today stated that there will be a new
Cosmetics Directive in place by 2010, a move that addresses the
inaccuracy and inconsistency of the existing directive that has
been in place since 1976.
Following a presentation at the Cosmetics Business Summit in
Brussels on Friday, European Commission Günter Verheugen has
pledged to protect and honour its consumers through three main
channels - REACH, the end of animal testing and...
The adoption of the new EU chemicals legislation, REACH, by a broad
majority of the European Parliament at first reading has been
welcomed by Colipa, which believes the clarification of the use of
chemicals in cosmetics products will...