U.S., EU Nanotech Guidances Demonstrate “Growing Consensus” – PCPC
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The Personal Care Products Council’s Jay Ansell, VP of cosmetic programs, is optimistic about the direction regulators are taking and the consensus developing among scientific experts regarding the use of nanomaterials in cosmetics. However, challenges remain for firms faced with requirements under European law, and further harmonization is needed between international regulatory regimes, he suggests.
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