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Global regulatory issues for the cosmetics industry 1 edition

Global regulatory issues for the cosmetics industry
C. I. Betton

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Global regulatory issues for the cosmetics industry

Published 2007 by William Andrew, Elsevier Science [distributor] in Norwich, N.Y, Oxford .
Written in English.

About the Book

This second volume examines regulatory issues of ingredients, manufacturing, and finished products, as well as claim substantiation, packaging, and advertising. A chapter on Chinese regulations will be one of the first about this country to be published in book form. . Includes a regulatory map of India and China . Global IP protection strategies . REACH and European Regulatory standards . "Green chemistry" in relation to cosmetics and regulation * Simplifies global regulations for anyone exporting cosmetics. * Excellent reference not only for manufacturing and marketing, but for legal departments and packaging as well. * Describes how to develop a global regulatory strategy.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Green Chemistry, What it Really Means; How REACH Affects Cosmetic Ingredients; Organic Ingredients; Nanomaterial Challenges and Problems; EU Regulations on Plant Allergens and Their Consequences; Harmonizing Global Overall Requirements for Ingredient Characterization; Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points; Good Manufacturing Practice; Proving Cosmetic Efficacy; Advertising Cosmetic Efficacy: Rules and Regulations; Packaging and Labelling Requirements; Finished Product Legislation - China; Finished Product Legislation - Australia, Canada, and Rest of World; Patents: Their Importance in Today's Cosmetics Environment.
Volume 1.
Cosmetic risk assessment -- C.I. Betton ;
Regulatory developments in Canada, Japan, China, and Australia -- Janet Winter Blaschke ;
Registration, evaluation, authorization, and restriction of chemicals : the new EU regulation -- C.I. Betton ;
Emerging global regulatory trends impacting the health and beauty industry -- Ken Rivlin, Jochem Spaans, and Felise Cooper ;
Developing a global regulatory strategy : leveraging local knowledge to drive rapid market entry -- Neil Wilcox ;
Toxicity of cosmetics : regulatory requirements -- Harold I. Zeliger ;
Restricted substances in consumer goods -- Ruud Overbeek ;
Non-animal testing methodology -- Ray Boughton ;
Nanomaterials in personal care products and FDA regulation -- George A. Kimbrell -- Volume 2.
Green chemistry : foundations in cosmetic sciences -- Amy S. Cannon and John C. Warner ;
REACH--life in and outside the EU : how REACH will affect the supply chain
^ -- Ruud A. Overbeek, Bruce Calder, Michael Fry, and Roman Humeniuk ;
Cosmetic ingredients : definitions, legal requirements, and an attempt to harmonize (global?) characterization -- Karl Lintner ;
"26 allergens" in cosmetics : a challenge for all stakeholders -- Christine Bertram ;
Manufacturing cosmetic ingredients according to good manufacturing practice principles -- Iain Moore ;
Safe cosmetics and regulatory compliance : from burden to opportunity (cosmetics as vectors for bioterrorists?) -- Preston W. Blevins ;
Cosmeceutical (antiaging) products : advertising rules and claims substantiation -- Wen Schroeder ;
Cosmetic claim substantiation : methods and legal framework -- Philippe Masson, Philippe Mondon, and Karl Lintner ; -- The
impact of global regulations on packaging -- Holly C. Young and Marcus Tirado ;
Global cosmetic regualtions? a long way to go ... -- Sandra B. Schneider ;
Global patent and trade mark strategies : a must for everybody?
^-- Estelle Haeffner, Virginie Gliubislavich, and Karl Lintner

Edition Notes

Volume 1 editor: C.I. Betton; volume 2 editor: Karl Lintner.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Electronic reproduction. Amsterdam : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2010. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Web browser. Title from title screen (viewed on Jan. 14, 2010). Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions.

Breakthroughs in personal care and cosmetic technology, Personal care and cosmetic technology


Dewey Decimal Class
Library of Congress
K3649 .G58 2007

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0815519648, 0815515693
9780815519645, 9780815515692


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