Version 1, published in June 2017, clearly stated that “there may be some uncertainties regarding the status as nanomaterials of some notified substances”, since it was based on notifications made by the Responsible Persons on the CPNP, notifications whose quality was constantly stressed by the European authorities. This warning remains valid for this second version, which has already undergone a significant weight loss regime, in addition to some adjustments. And this Version 2, published on November 15, 2019, is already scheduled to be revised…
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Regulation 2019/1858 of 6 November 2019, published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 7 November 2019, amends Annex V (Preservatives) of Cosmetics Regulation 1223/2009 to add Hydroxyethoxyphenyl ...