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Turkey Aligns Its Regulations with the EU Cosmetics Regulation

The Turkish health ministry has aligned its legal regulations on cosmetics with the requirements of the EU Cosmetics Regulation (only in Turkish). The following concrete changes result: Turkey prohibits 2-chloro-p-phenylenediamine along with its sulphate and dihydrochloride salts in hair, eyebrow, and eyelash-dye products. … Continue reading

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Danish Study: MIT More Dangerous Than Thought

The Danish environmental authority is calling for a Europe-wide prohibition on the use of the preservative methylisothiazolinone (MIT) in cosmetics. The call arises from a study that shows a worldwide increase in allergic reactions because of MIT. Above all, the … Continue reading

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The EU Cosmetics Regulation – reactions of companies

The EU Cosmetics Regulation (Regulation (EG) no. 1223/2009) triggered uncertainty among many managers at the affected companies. The international online community Pharma IQ surveyed company representatives on the regulation and its effects. In the opinion of those surveyed, individual passages … Continue reading

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