Beauty Firms Hit With Prop 65 Notice: Don’t Ignore Or Retailers May ‘Blackball’ You
Ballard Spahr attorney Brendan Collins warned attendees to take Prop 65 violation notices seriously and address them in a timely manner, speaking at the Independent Beauty Association’s 2022 Technical Regulatory Forum.
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Changes to proposed rule include increasing from 5 to 12 square inches the space allowed for a short-form warning, but use remains restricted to packages with limited available space for information that wouldn’t easily accommodate full warning. State’s accepting comments through 14 January.
Stakeholders Vie For California DTSC's Ear On Hair Straighteners, With Priority Product Pick Looming
Industry and consumer advocates typically differ in their views on the California Department of Toxic Substances Control’s Safer Consumer Products work, and the DTSC’s investigation into hair-straightening chemicals is no exception. In any event, a Priority Product selection could be coming soon.