‘The Party Is Over': Green Claims Requirements Among Many Regulatory Changes Coming To EU Cosmetics
Biorius CEO Frédéric Lebreux provided updates on EU Green Deal initiatives including revision of the Cosmetic Products Regulation, as well as regulations in development for green claims and ecodesign, at the Independent Beauty Association’s virtual Technical/Regulatory Forum.
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