Cosmetics Regulation Focus: What Are the Impacts of the EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability?
Apr 28, 2023
- The introduction of the EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability has significant impacts on the Cosmetics Regulation.
- In line with the strategy’s objectives, the Cosmetics Regulation is likely to place bans on new hazard categories, extend the “Generic Approach to Risk Management”, improve the efficiency and coherence of safety assessments, take into consideration of chemicals’ combined effects in the risk assessment, consolidate the management of specific substances, and include digital labelling as a feasible labelling option.
Announced in December 2019, the European Green Deal (EGD) is the EU's new growth strategy to transform Europe into a sustainable and carbon-neutral economy by 2050. Specifically, it develops concrete strategies and action plans in eight policy areas, one of which is to tackle pollution from all sources and move towards a toxic-free environment. On October 14, 2020, the European Commission published the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability (CSS) to achieve this ambitious environmental convention. In line with the EGD, the strategy strives to better protect human health and the environment while promoting the innovation for safe and sustainable chemicals.
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