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Global Regulatory Issues for the Cosmetics Industry
Author : Karl Lintner
Publisher : Elsevier
Release Date : 2009-02-20
ISBN 10 : 0815519648
Pages : 250 pages
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This 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.

Global Regulatory Issues for the Cosmetics Industry
Author : C.E. Betton
Publisher : William Andrew
Release Date : 2007-08-11
ISBN 10 : 0815519621
Pages : 232 pages
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Global Regulatory Issues for the Cosmetics Industry, Volume 1, emerged from the first annual Cosmetic Regulatory Forum organized by Health and Beauty America (HBA) in September 2006. It is the first of an annual book mini-series surveying issues in this critical and rapidly changing area. These changes affect the health, safety, and well-being of literally billions of consumers, their governments, and the corporations involved in the prodigious task of not only creating novel, effective and safe products, but also complying with regulations, that vary from country to country. This book begins with a discussion of the risks assessment of cosmetic products. This is followed by separate chapters on the regulatory system in some of the major export markets of Canada and Australasia; the evolution and purpose of the EU's REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization of Chemicals); the issue of cosmetic toxicity; and regulatory requirements and warnings for cosmetic products. Subsequent chapters cover the challenges of global chemical compliance; the development of nanotechnology-based products and their potential impact on human health and the environment; and the various packaging regulations relating to colors and additives for products marketed in North America, the EU, and Asia.

Handbook of UV Degradation and Stabilization
Author : George Wypych
Publisher : Chemtec Publishing
Release Date : 2020-03-13
ISBN 10 : 1927885574
Pages : 518 pages
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This book contains completely updated version of previous edition with the most recent literature and patents. It has 12 chapters, each discussing different aspect of UV related phenomena occurring when materials are exposed to UV radiation.

Nutritional Cosmetics
Author : Aaron Tabor,Robert M. Blair
Publisher : William Andrew
Release Date : 2009-07-30
ISBN 10 : 0815520301
Pages : 584 pages
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Nutritional cosmetics is an emerging area of intense research and marketing and encompasses the concept that orally consumed dietary products can support healthier and more beautiful skin. There are numerous dietary ingredients now being marketed for their potential skin health and beauty benefits and many of these are supported by growing scientific evidence. The purpose of this book is to compile the scientific evidence showing the potential benefits of some of the more extensively researched ingredients. As far as possible, information about the benefits of ingredients consumed orally for skin health is presented. The information contained in this book will help provide insights into an emerging research area and provide scientific background for the potential clinical effectiveness for some of the better researched nutricosmetic ingredients. ABOUT THE EDITORS Aaron Tabor, M.D. is the CEO of Physicians Pharmaceuticals and author of The Revival Slim & Beautiful Diet. A graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Tabor oversees all clinical research on the Revival Slim & Beautiful Diet plan, conducting randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled studies at leading hospitals in the U.S. Areas of note include weight loss, skin/hair/nail appearance, energy, menopause, PMS, cholesterol, memory, and diabetic health. He is also responsible for directing new Revival product development based on clinical research results. Robert M. Blair, Ph.D. is the Research Manager for Physicians Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and manages the daily activities of the Research and Nutrition departments. Dr. Blair received his Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University in the field of Reproductive Physiology. Before joining Physicians Pharmaceuticals, Inc., he worked as an Assistant Professor of Comparative Medicine at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine where he examined the effects of dietary soy on cardiovascular health and cognitive function. Reviews the most-popular and most-researched nutricosmetic ingredients Presents information specifically about the benefits of ingredients consumed orally for skin health Considers the benefits of whey protein, rosemary, soy – and green tea and milk thistle, specifically, for protection against sun damage and photocarcinogenesis Provides information on antioxidants, incl: potential benefits of botanical antioxidants; carotenoids; coenzyme Q10; healthy fruits; olive fruit; and natural enzymes

Nanotechnology Law
Author : Lorna Brazell
Publisher : Kluwer Law International B.V.
Release Date : 2012-01-01
ISBN 10 : 9041141863
Pages : 296 pages
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Ever since the discovery that very small particles of some substances evince different properties than the substances do in ‘bulk’ form, there has been an interest in developing ‘nanomaterials’ for commercial and industrial purposes. Although some nanomaterials exist in nature, most are chemically engineered for application in a wide variety of processes, ultimately entering the environment in many foods, drugs, cosmetics, clothing, sports goods, pesticides, packaging products and electronics, as well as in the particularly controversial form of tiny ‘machines’. Since the long-term effects of these new, laboratory-created materials and tools on health and the environment are unknown ; and as the particles are so small they can frustrate measuring and monitoring devices ; there has been a growing call for regulation of their use. This is the first book to offer a thorough analysis of the problems posed by nanotechnology in the context of existing legal schemes and trends, focusing on initiatives and debates in the European Union but also considering developments at the global level and in the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan and China. Setting out how the current debate has arisen, how existing law deals with the issues arising around nanotechnology in areas such as patent rights and manufacturers’ liability, and how various international organizations are searching for some global consensus, the book addresses topics and issues including the following: patentability of nanomaterial products and processes; trade secrecy and nanotechnology; waste and disposal issues; occupational health and safety issues; international initiatives – OECD, FAO, WHO, UNEP and the International Conference on Chemicals Management (ICCM); intersection of nanotechnology with the most important fields of economic development; the extent to which exclusive rights have been registered over early developments in nanotechnology; the practical viability of pre-market toxicity investigation and postmarketing vigilance; contractual and tortious approaches to real or potential liability for harm; application of the precautionary principle in law and regulation; and political responses to existing legislation. Nanomaterials are already a commercial reality; the regulatory debate centres on the question of how to maximize the benefits they may offer while also limiting the risk from unforeseen hazards. This book clearly and comprehensively describes the range of issues relating to the legal framework and practicalities for commercial exploitation of nanotechnologies, and as such will prove of great value and importance to corporate counsel in many manufacturing sectors as well as to regulators and policy makers in environmental and trade law. Lorna is a partner in the London office of Bird & Bird LLP.

Current Publications in Legal and Related Fields
Author : N.A
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 2009
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 329 pages
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Global Cosmetic Industry
Author : N.A
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 2002
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 329 pages
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The information resource for personal care professionals.

Sustainability
Author : Amarjit Sahota
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release Date : 2014-05-19
ISBN 10 : 1118676483
Pages : 368 pages
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Sustainability has come to the fore in the cosmetics andpersonal care industry. Rising ethical consumerism and the need forresource efficiency are making cosmetic companies – small,independent firms to global giants – take steps towardssustainable development. Sustainability: How the Cosmetics Industry is Greening Updiscusses the growing importance of sustainability in the cosmeticsindustry, highlighting the various ways organisations can addressthe economic, environmental and social aspects. How can thecosmetics industry make a difference in terms of ingredients,formulations, packaging, CSR, operations, and green marketing? Topics covered include: Environmental and social impacts of cosmetic products Ethical sourcing and biodiversity Renewable energy and waste management Green formulations and ingredients Green marketing issues and consumer behaviour Green standards, certification schemes and indices in thecosmetics industry Industry experts share their experiences on how they aretackling the challenges of sustainability: from raw materialprocurements, manufacturing, business processes, to distributionand marketing to consumers. The book concludes with somefuture growth projections; what are some of the shortcomings insustainability in the cosmetics industry and what can we expect tosee in the future? Sustainability: How the Cosmetics Industry is Greening Updiscusses business and technical issues in all areas of sustainableproduct development, from sourcing ingredients, to formulation,manufacture and packaging. Covering a diverse range of subjects, this book appeals toprofessionals in many key sectors of the cosmetics and personalcare industry; cosmetic chemists, formulation scientists, R&Ddirectors, policy makers, business and marketing executives. It is also of relevance to academic researchers working in cosmeticchemistry and sustainable process development.

Achieving Global Cosmetic Market Access
Author : Meyer R. Rosen
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 2015
ISBN 10 : 9781523103294
Pages : 329 pages
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ICIS Chemical Business
Author : N.A
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 2006-09
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 329 pages
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Polymers for Personal Care Products and Cosmetics
Author : Xian Jun Loh
Publisher : Royal Society of Chemistry
Release Date : 2016-06-06
ISBN 10 : 1782622950
Pages : 262 pages
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All aspects of the personal care industry will be comprehensively discussed in Polymers for Personal Care Products and Cosmetics, including polymer synthesis, safety issues, and potential applications of a variety of materials in this large industry. There will be a broad overview of cosmetic ingredients, vehicles and finished products as well as coverage of the main methodologies for synthesis, safety and application testing. The reader will be provided with a solid background of the fundamentals of the area, before being brought up to date on the future of this field, along with discussion of the latest materials trends and future perspectives. Written by a world renowned expert in the area, the book will provide a unique look into this fast developing industry from insights obtained from key experts in industry and academia. The advantages and disadvantages of the technologies involved in the development of these materials are highlighted, providing a balanced and thorough review of the current state-of-the-art research. This book will appeal to researchers, academics and students working in polymer and materials chemistry, particularly those with an interest in personal care products.

The Regulation of Cosmetic Procedures
Author : Melanie Latham,Jean V. McHale
Publisher : Routledge
Release Date : 2020
ISBN 10 : 9780429952661
Pages : 248 pages
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"This book examines the ethical and regulatory debates surrounding the rise of the cosmetic procedures industry. In the past, cosmetic procedures were often seen as limited to a small number of wealthy older women. Today, such procedures have gone mainstream, partly facilitated by the rise of "non-invasive" techniques, such as the use of Botox and Dermal Fillers. While still a business dominated by the female consumer, there are also an increasing number of males undertaking cosmetic procedures as social expectations around appearance and ageing are challenged. At the same time, the rapid expansion of this business, and the incoherent, diverse approach to its regulation, have given rise to concern. It has been seen as a "Wild West". If cosmetic procedures go wrong, such procedures give rise to real risks of harm. This book examines the historical backdrop, current practice and risks associated with cosmetic procedures. It discusses the ethical and regulatory challenges for this area. It also examines the current legal frameworks concerning people, practitioners and products in the UK. The book also draws lessons from regulatory approaches in other jurisdictions with particular reference to the United States, Brazil and France. It then sets out a legal and regulatory framework that might better protect and empower the cosmetic consumer, now and in the future. The book is likely to be of particular interest to those working in the areas of health and medical law, socio-legal studies and political science"--