After the June 10th meeting we were told that the new draft of The Safe Cosmetics Act may include these provisions.
Obama’s Executive Order to Eliminate Absurd and Unnecessary Paperwork, “Just Plain Dumb” Regulations
Executive Order requiring that federal agencies ensure that regulations protect safety, health and environment while promoting economic growth.
The question remains; is titanium dioxide safe when used in Mineral Makeup?
Scaring consumers with misinformation is toxic.
Update on the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2010 from ICMAD
Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers & Distributors (ICMAD) member alert in regards to the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2010.
If this new legislation for safe cosmetics passes and if I can afford to stay in business at all, I’ll be very busy making lists for the FDA.
Hi from DC! It’s been a jam packed day. I can’t even convey how much work, how much energy and how much commitment everyone that is here with me has to this issue of ‘Safe Cosmetics.’ Trace elements are not feasible to include on labels – This is what a label will look like for a lotion bar with Cocoa Butter, Olive Oil and Lavender Oil…
Can you be sure that the comments being posted are what was actually written by the contributor? Here is a brief exchange that took place in regards to the Safe Cosmetics Act of 2010.
The Compact for Safe Cosmetics (CFSC) is co-founded by Stacy Malkan, author of Not Just a Pretty Face, her blog which promotes her book by the same name. Stacy Malkan is the public voice and spokesperson for CFSC, who are fomenting fear that could push the evolution of sensible personal care product manufacturing into the legislative dark ages. Under the guise of protecting Americans from cancer and other unknown maladies contracted from using personal care products and cosmetics (currently one of the safest industries), the CFSC exhibits ignorance and short-sightedness to achieve a legislative agenda that if passed will undoubtedly result in grave unintended consequences for small, emerging personal care products companies.