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Global Regulations on PFAS in Cosmetic Products

Global Regulations on PFAS in Cosmetic Products

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  • Author:ChemLinked
  • Pages:12
    Format:Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
  • Publish Date:May 07, 2024
    Last Updated On:May 07, 2024

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a diverse group of synthetic chemicals created by humans and found in a wide variety of consumer and industrial goods. Some specific PFAS are intentionally included as ingredients in certain cosmetic products such as lipsticks, eyeshadows, moisturizers, nail polish, blushers, and cleansers. However, there has been growing concern that many PFAS break down very slowly and some accumulate in people, animals, and the environment over time, posing potential health risks.

As a result, many regions have been progressively implementing regulations to govern the use of PFAS. These regulations aim to control and restrict the inclusion of PFAS in cosmetic products, in order to mitigate the potential health and environmental hazards associated with their accumulation.

This report provides a comprehensive overview of the current global regulations governing the use of PFAS in cosmetic products. It aims to equip stakeholders with the knowledge needed to make informed decisions, foster collaborations, and implement effective measures to protect public health and preserve the environment.

  1. Chinese Mainland

  2. Taiwan, China

  3. South Korea

  4. Japan

  5. Philippines

  6. Vietnam

  7. Thailand

  8. Indonesia

  9. Malaysia

  10. Sri Lanka

  11. India

  12. Australia

  13. New Zealand

  14. Canada

  15. United States

  16. The European Union

  17. The United Kingdom

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