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Misinformation vs Product Safety: 'Safe' Beauty E-Panel

The Eco Well Podcasts

Is 'clean' beauty actually making cosmetics safer? Topic: How is misinformation in the beauty world impacting cosmetics product safety, and how can we start to course correct? This was the closing panel of our latest e-conference, the 'Safe' Beauty E-Summit. Panelists included Michelle Wong Ph.D.

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FDA Issues Draft Guidance for Cosmetics Company Product Registration and Submission

MedEsthetics

The draft guidance is intended to help ensure the safety of cosmetic products that many consumers use day-to-day. The FDA is accepting comments on the draft guidance until Sept.

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National Rosacea Society Introduces New Seal of Acceptance for Skin Care Products

The Dermatology Digest

The National Rosacea Society (NRS) has launched a new Seal of Acceptance for skin care and cosmetic products cosmetic products. Each product earning the Seal of Acceptance has gone through clinical testing to determine safety and low risk for irritation and sensitization in people with rosacea skin.

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FDA Issues Draft Guidance for Cosmetics Company Product Registration and Submission

Skin Inc

The draft guidance is intended to help ensure the safety of cosmetic products that many consumers use day-to-day. The FDA is accepting comments on the draft guidance until Sept.

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Retinol Serum: Is It Safe for Kids and Teens?

First Derm

Social media significantly influences the popularity of retinol among young people, leading to increased experimentation without considering safety. There’s a crucial difference between cosmetic retinol use and medical treatment with retinoids ; the latter is for specific skin conditions under professional supervision.

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Toxicologist Reacts to Headlines, featuring Tony Simion, Ph.D.

The Eco Well Podcasts

I hope by the end of this episode, it’s clear who that is for when it comes to cosmetic product safety. Some truly egregious stuff that sure makes you feel bad about the state of reporting today… dear journalists, gosh, learn who the relevant experts are.

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Are phthalates something you really need to worry about in cosmetics? No.

The Eco Well Blog

I’m sure at this point you’ve seen the recent headlines about chemicals in your cosmetics, specifically phthalates, being linked to early death. Annoyingly, the phthalates in question aren’t actually relevant to cosmetics. Do you have to worry about phthalates in your cosmetic products? Predominate exposure is from food.

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