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They are established by legislative and regulatory authorities on the European level for the Community, or by other global bodies around the world. They lay down the law as regards the use of ingredients, labelling, or product status. You will find what is required or about to be, and everything you need to know about cosmetics regulations to be compliant right here – it is all updated whenever necessary.

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Feb. 11, 2020 | Cosmetic regulations

Cosmetic regulations in Brazil pro

Brazil is a member of Mercosur (El Mercado Común del Sur) along with Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay. This entity issues resolutions, which each country can (or not) apply, transposing them as they stand into its national law or even modifying them. Brazil has transposed the majority of the resolutions, but the country nevertheless retains some national specificities.

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In vivo determination of SPF: new ISO standard
07 Jan. 2020 Regulation

In vivo determination of SPF: new ISO standard pro

This ISO standard, intended for the cosmetics industry, specifies a method for the in vivo determination of the Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of sun products. ISO 24444:2019 Cosmetics - Sun protection test methods - in vivo determination of the sun protection factor (SPF) replaces the first version ISO 24444:2010.