CIR On MoCRA Product Listing: FDA Should Refine Categories For Optimal Data Collection
Cosmetic product/ingredient listing required by new cosmetics regulations will be a boon for CIR, which has conducted its ingredient reviews to date based on limited, voluntary data reporting. Adding new product classifications and subcategories to the US FDA’s listing system could provide needed insight into dry shampoo and other product formats and help identify potential for incidental inhalation risks.
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