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The year has seen the strengthening of all things green in both the political and public consciousness. However, how is the cosmetics industry reacting to these shifting ideals and principles?
A panel organized by the Citizens for Sun Protection recently convened to put pressure on the FDA to adopt new sunscreen standards.
PBA's director of government affairs outlines upcoming congressional issues that will affect the spa industry.
Consumers may not be fully informed of the potential dangers of wrinkle injections, according to an FDA panel.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has published fresh warning letters to tackle the problem of companies that incorrectly market their products as cosmetics.
Europe has harmonized organic personal care standards with the launch of the European Cosmetics Standards Working Group's Cosmetics Organic Standard.
The Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) recently received $66.8 million in funding out of the $150 million allocated for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) says it will liberalize regulations that limit the size of cosmetic liquids to containers of 3 oz. or smaller on flights.
State regulators given broad authority to evaluate and ban potentially harmful industrial chemicals; state department charged with developing program to identify chemicals of concern and analyze alternatives by 2011.
Day spa owner Patricia Owen testifies about the importance of health care changes for small businesses.