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The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) has decided to extend the compliance dates six months for the sunscreen labeling and testing requirements in the interest of protecting public health.
By: Cathy Christensen
Your involvement in state regulation is crucial to the future of the skin care profession.
The Personal Care Product's Council and the Safe Cosmetics Alliance have both announced their support for H.R. 4395, a bill introduced by Representative Leonard Lance known as the Cosmetic Safety Amendments Act of 2012.
The legislation seeks to require “all cosmetic or aesthetic procedures be performed by a physician or osteopathic physician (referred to collectively as a physician in this summary) or delegated by the physician to a person under the supervision of the physician.”
The Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR), an independent panel of scientific and medical experts, reaffirmed this week at its public meeting that parabens are safe.
The Personal Care Product's Council (PCPC) has released a statement in response to the December 2011 study on lead in lipsticks conducted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
By: Ada Polla and Anne Pouillot
Learn the truth in order to separate fact from opinion for your clients.
Skin care professionals in Indiana took a stand and made a difference, with testimony so persuasive as to the importance of cosmetology licensing that the author of the bill decided to withdraw it from consideration.
Both Indiana and New Hampshire propose de-regulation of cosmetology licenses. Take action TODAY to save the integrity of your profession!
Do you and your clients know how the FDA regulates cosmetics, and how to report a bad cosmetic reaction?