Cosmetic Regulation in a Competitive Environment edited by Norman F. Estrin

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Cosmetic Regulation in a Competitive Environment
edited by Norman F. Estrin and James M. Akerson
480 pages, pub : 2000 

Features:

  • Describes the Most Common Means of Conducting Safety Tests to Evaluate Irritation, Sensitization, Photo-Irritation, and Photosensitization
  • Defines and Explains Stability Testing
  • Describes the Most Common Means of Conducting Safety Tests to Evaluate Irritation, Sensitization, Photo-Irritation, and Photosensitization
  • Provides Tests to Evaluate the Shelf Life and Expiration Dates of Products
  • Discusses Cosmetic Regulation in the European Union and its Newest Sixth Amendment
  • Offers Suggestions for Using the Over-the-Counter Drug Review Process to Market Products in the United States
  • Reviews Recent Statutes Enacted by the Environmental Protection Agency
  • Examines the Impact of Proposition 65 on Cosmetic Manufacturing in California and its Repercussions Nationwide
  • Spotlights the Self-Regulatory Programs of the Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association for the Personal Care Industry
  • Considers the Need for Microbiological Testing, Test Methods, Problems with the Acceptance Criteria of Conventional Methods, and the Benefits of Self-Preserving Products
  • And much more!

This book contains guidance from over 35 authorities in government, industry, associations, and the law that helps cosmetic companies navigate domestic and international regulatory and legislative mazes.

It can be used for both large and small personal care manufacturers.

Contents

  1. History of Government Regulation of Adulteration and Misbranding of Cosmetics
  2. Regulation of Labeling and Advertising Claims
  3. Sunscreen Regulations: The United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan
  4. Hazardous Waste: RCRA and SARA Requirements
  5. EPA and State Regulation of Volatile Organic Compounds
  6. Proposition 65
  7. Regulation of Marketing Claims by the Federal Trade Commission and States
  8. Voluntary Self Regulation: A Case Study
  9. Cosmetic Ingredient Review
  10. Organization and Priorities of FDA’s Office of Cosmetics and Colors
  11. Marketing Cosmetic Products Classified as Over-the-Counter Drugs in the United States
  12. Substantiating the Safety of Cosmetic and Toiletry Products
  13. Alternative Methods to the Draize Eye Test
  14. Clinical Testing for Safety and Effectiveness
  15. Stability Testing of Cosmetic Products
  16. Cosmetic Microbiology: Regulations, Guidelines, and Testing
  17. Occupational Safety and Health Administration and its Impact on the Personal Care Industry
  18. Total Quality Management
  19. Product Liability Implications of Regulatory Compliance or Noncompliance
  20. Cosmetic Regulation in the European Community
  21. International Environment
  22. Role of the International Fragrance Association
  23. Labeling, Packaging, and Waste Disposal Developments in Other Markets
  24. Operating in a Global Environment

Appendices
Index

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