A quick guide to the acronyms relating to MoCRA for the confused.
Boring, but sometimes you need to talk about it.
The ban on microplastics in cosmetics, including the immediate ban on exfoliating beads, has taken the industry by surprise.
The “Dead Turtle” logo is used to inform consumers about plastic content in everyday products and its impact on the planet. It features a turtle with a plastic ring around its neck and is mandatory on certain products in the EU and Northern Ireland. The logo aims to increase transparency and awareness of Single Use Plastics and their long-term damage to the Earth.
MoCRA is going to bring some challenges, but also some opportunities.
The recent coverage in the media of reactions to nail gel polishes is not really news. This is something that people in the business know about and have been talking about for a long time. There are also a lot of ordinary consumers who have been following it in Facebook groups as well. I could …
Is the ban on cosmetic animal testing over?
Some background on the upcoming ban on pentasodium pentatate.