California Approves Labeling Requirement for Cosmetics

California has enacted a law (AB 2775) that requires cosmetics manufacturers to list all ingredients on the labels of their products, including cosmetics used in manicures, hair salons, and other cosmetic and beauty salons. The law goes into effect on July 1, 2020. The previously applicable law applied only to retail cosmetics, not to the special cosmetics used in salons.

According to California’s State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology, more than 129,000 manicurists and 312,000 cosmetologists are licensed for nail and hair care in the state. The law helps the owners of salons choose products more safely and thus better protect themselves and their customers from any harmful effects.

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