FOCUS ON THE 49th IFRA AMENDMENT: UNDERSTANDING THE CHANGES AND THE IMPACTS OF THE NEW REVISION
Date: 1 July, 2020 Time: 11h
Context & Issues to be tackled
Fragrances are found in various types of products across the world: cosmetics, household care products, hygiene products, candles, toys, etc.
They are regulated under the IFRA Code of Practice, which provides recommendations for good operating practices as well as guidelines that ensure that fragrances are safe. The IFRA Code of Practice includes standards, which may limit or ban the use of a fragrance depending on the product category.
The 49th Amendment of IFRA standards was published on 10th January 2020. This new revision has a regulatory and toxicological impact and affects both existing and new creations.
What are the resulting regulatory and toxicological considerations for cosmetic products containing fragrances?
What are the changes brought by this new revision and the impacts on the standards?
- Changes introduced in the 49th Amendment
- Impacts of these changes on the IFRA standards
- Regulatory and toxicological considerations for cosmetic products
Anne-Sophie MIGEOT. Pharmacist Toxicologist, EcoMundo
After graduating from a Human Toxicology, Risk Assessment & Vigilance Master at Paris Descartes University, Anne-Sophie put into practice several aspects of toxicology in hospitals and industries. At EcoMundo, she specialises in regulatory toxicology (REACH Registration and Authorisation Regulations, CLP, Biocides & Cosmetics).
Daniel REDÓN GÁLVEZ. Iberic Branch Manager
CEO of SMEs and biotechnological startups for the development of R&D projects and functional ingredients for the cosmetic, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, Daniel joined EcoMundo in 2019 as Iberic Branch Manager.
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