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Journal Cover   The Rose Sheet
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   ISSN (Print) 1530-1222
   Published by Informa plc Homepage  [15 journals]
  • Honest Company To Launch Color Cosmetics On Back Of $100 Mil. Financing
    • Abstract: Firm's SPF 30 sunscreen lotion, denounced by consumers for alleged ineffectiveness at preventing sunburn, remains out of stock, but The Honest Company is looking ahead to a planned foray into color cosmetics, armed with $100 million in new funding.
      PubDate: Fri, 28 Aug 2015 10:05:01 -040
  • Oral-Care Brands’ Social-Media Popularity Offers Fuzzy Growth
    • Abstract: Hello Products is the most popular oral-care brand on Instagram, and Tom’s of Maine is analyzing how to improve its presence on the burgeoning social-media site, but a branding consultant questions whether consumer-product firms generate returns on their investment in social media.
      PubDate: Thu, 27 Aug 2015 17:15:01 -040
  • Cosmetic Microbeads Regulation Could Set Tone For Microfiber Response
    • Abstract: Research suggests that plastic microbeads used in personal-care products contribute to around 13% of marine plastic pollution, but roughly 85% is attributed to plastic microfibers from clothing. Biomaterial firm TerraVerdae BioWorks is watching personal-care microbeads legislation due to its stake in next-generation, bioplastic microbeads, but its broader concern is how the regulatory movement could influence the next to come.
      PubDate: Thu, 27 Aug 2015 12:15:03 -040
  • Dismissal Of TiO2 Prop 65 Case Offers Lessons, Renewed Hope For Industry
    • Abstract: A legal win for industry in California Prop 65 litigation targeting titanium dioxide-containing cosmetics illustrates the importance of getting involved early in the listing process and challenging the factual basis for exposure claims. Morrison & Foerster attorney Michael Steel discusses the case and its takeaways.
      PubDate: Wed, 26 Aug 2015 19:45:01 -040
  • NBTY Advances Into Personal-Care Space With Organic
    • Abstract: Dietary supplement manufacturer NBTY purchases the U.K.-based Dr. Organic/Organic Doctor personal-care line, continuing the firm's focus on building its branded consumer business.
      PubDate: Wed, 26 Aug 2015 17:55:01 -040
  • TerraVerdae Ramps Up PHA-Microsphere Production, But Calif. Bill Remains
    • Abstract: Biomaterials firm announces scaled-up, commercial-level production of its natural, biodegradable microspheres for personal-care manufacturers facing bans on synthetic plastic microbeads. State bans that have been enacted will permit use of PHA microbeads or provide mechanisms for their consideration, but proposed California legislation would close the door on innovative bioplastic alternatives.
      PubDate: Wed, 26 Aug 2015 17:50:02 -040
  • Coty Ends FY 2015 On Efficiency High Note, Primed For P&G Beauty
    • Abstract: Coty is readying for its merger with Procter & Gamble's beauty business, which will make it the global fragrance leader and the third-largest beauty company worldwide. Interim CEO Bart Becht suggested that the firm's fragrance strategy involves moving away from celebrity scents, which are past their "heyday," as it works to reignite top-line growth.
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Aug 2015 16:16:44 -040
  • County-Level Microbeads Legislation: Next Threat To National
    • Abstract: If a state patchwork of microbead laws weren't trouble enough, now counties in New York are eyeing their own bans on personal-care products containing microbeads, with Erie County becoming the first to pass local legislation in case the state and federal governments fail to advance their environmental protective measures. Meanwhile, California is approaching the finish line with its microbeads legislation, which could limit replacement options for personal-care manufacturers.
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Aug 2015 00:02:41 -040
  • Weekly Trademark Review Aug 18, 2015
    • Abstract: Class 3 (Cosmetics and Cleaning Preps) compiled by “The Rose Sheet” from Official Gazette of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Product Name Trademark No./ Serial No. Company Filed Date Published Class Nos.
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Aug 2015 00:00:27 -040
  • Weekly Trademark Review Aug 11, 2015
    • Abstract: Class 3 (Cosmetics and Cleaning Preps) compiled by “The Rose Sheet” from Official Gazette of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Product Name Trademark No./ Serial No. Company Filed Date Published Class Nos.
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Aug 2015 00:00:19 -040
  • Canada Launches Regulatory Initiative Against Microbeads In Personal Care
    • Abstract: Canadian manufacturers, importers and exporters of microbead-containing personal-care products have until Oct. 15 to submit information to Environment Canada on their related operations under an initiative announced Aug. 1 to regulate the ingredients' use. The department says it intends to align regulatory efforts with those in the U.S. "to the extent possible."
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Aug 2015 00:00:05 -040
  • EWG Celebrates 'National Brazilian Blowout Day' With Plea For Regulatory
    • Abstract: National Brazilian Blowout Day, declared Aug. 21, also roughly marks the four-year anniversary of FDA's warning letter to the hair-straightening brand. EWG is taking the opportunity to warn consumers and salon professionals of the dangers associated with formaldehyde exposure and advocate for the Personal Care Products Safety Act, which it says would empower FDA to deal with Brazilian Blowout properly.
      PubDate: Fri, 21 Aug 2015 16:35:02 -040
  • Infographic: Key Takeaways From 48th Amendment To
           IFRA's Code Of Practice
    • Abstract: "The Rose Sheet" offers a detailed look at key components of the 48th Amendment, including new standards for ingredient use derived from IFRA's QRA approach to dermal sensitization, among other updates to the trade group's Code of Practice for members.
      PubDate: Thu, 20 Aug 2015 17:25:01 -040
  • Multinational Ingredient Innovators Not Likely To Warm To Humane Cosmetics
    • Abstract: The Humane Cosmetics Act would bar multinational industry leaders competing with cutting-edge cosmetic ingredients from testing the substances on animals anywhere in the world, a practice the European animal-testing ban perhaps has not stamped out as thoroughly as animal-rights groups envisioned.
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Aug 2015 17:25:02 -040
  • Humane Society Gears Up For Renewed Push Behind U.S. Animal-Test Ban
    • Abstract: The Humane Society Legislative Fund is hopeful that the Humane Cosmetics Act will be another "success story" for the group, while continuing to question why industry hasn't gotten behind the legislation in greater force. In an interview, HSLF Executive Director Sara Amundson rejected concerns raised by industry stakeholders, maintaining that the legislation gives firms the opportunity to demonstrate their compliance with broader bans on cosmetic animal testing in other parts of the world.
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Aug 2015 17:20:01 -040
  • Unilever Eyes Emerging Markets To Grow Acquired Prestige Brands
    • Abstract: Firm's recently purchased Murad, Dermalogica, REN, and Kate Somerville brands will be targeted to selected emerging markets with established prestige skin- and hair-care segments as Unilever works to grow the offerings in line with previous acquisition successes such as TRESemme. The company sees positive developments in China, but slowing emerging market growth dragged on its second-quarter results.
      PubDate: Tue, 18 Aug 2015 11:50:01 -040
  • In Brief: IFRA's New Fragrance Standards; 'Green Beauty Barometer'
           Results; More
    • Abstract: The International Fragrance Association releases the 48th Amendment to its Code of Practice, which includes new standards derived via Quantitative Risk Assessment to minimize dermal-sensitization risks. In other news, market research firms highlight survey results underscoring the influence of "all-natural" marketing and celebrity endorsements on personal-care purchasing habits.
      PubDate: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 13:05:01 -040
  • U.S. Or China' Humane Cosmetics Act Could Force Multinationals To
    • Abstract: The draft Humane Cosmetics Act differs in its wording from the European Cosmetics Regulation in a way that could address what animal-rights groups see as an unintended loophole in the EU's marketing ban – namely, its applicability to cosmetic animal testing under third-country regulations. The U.S. proposal ostensibly would bar products and ingredients from market if they've undergone cosmetic animal testing anywhere in the world, posing a potential dilemma for multinationals with business in China, for example.
      PubDate: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 11:45:17 -040
  • To Improve Adverse Event Tracking, FDA Could Google It
    • Abstract: Teleconference between Google and FDA signals the internet search giant could have a way to improve adverse-event detection. The agency calls the talk “a high-level, general discussion” of Google’s capabilities.
      PubDate: Wed, 12 Aug 2015 17:45:10 -040
  • U.K. Advertising Authority Bristles At Curaprox
           Toothbrush Claims
    • Abstract: Advertiser's evidence – a single study from the American Journal of Dentistry and feedback from dental professionals – is insufficient and a poor fit for claims challenged by competitor Colgate, including "10x more bristles for 10x a better clean."
      PubDate: Wed, 12 Aug 2015 17:45:06 -040
  • Congress Proposes Public-Private Partnership For CIR
    • Abstract: In reports accompanying draft fiscal 2016 funding bills, both House and Senate committees recommend that FDA work with industry to explore formalizing the Cosmetic Ingredient Review via a public-private partnership similar to that in place with the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention.
      PubDate: Wed, 12 Aug 2015 08:40:00 -040
  • Colgate Mitigates Currency Crush Via Oral-Care Sales, Price Hikes
    • Abstract: Price increases in some regions were critical to earnings in Colgate's second quarter, and will continue to be executed at the expense of volume as needed, while oral-care product launches also are helping to offset negative currency effects, the firm reported July 30. With an oral-care business that is “one of the few remaining category killers,” Colgate should consider divesting its home-care and pet-product businesses, an analyst suggests.
      PubDate: Mon, 10 Aug 2015 14:35:02 -040
  • OEHHA Starts Prop 65 Rulemaking To Update Max Allowable Lead Level
    • Abstract: In response to a petition from the Center for Environmental Health, California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment says it will initiate the rulemaking process to update the maximum allowable dose level for lead in products subject to Proposition 65 warning requirements. With a hearing scheduled for Oct. 9, Tucker Ellis attorney Ronie Schmelz says it's critical that industry members work together to make their voices heard.
      PubDate: Mon, 10 Aug 2015 11:45:01 -040
  • Industry May Lean On Outside Animal Data If Humane Cosmetics Act Passes
    • Abstract: A ban on cosmetic animal testing in the U.S. would challenge companies' ability to ensure product safety as required by the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, particularly with respect to safety-assessment components that can't be readily or confidently addressed by alternative methods. Companies facing liability risks may choose to borrow safety data for their ingredients derived via animal testing in other sectors to meet non-cosmetic regulatory requirements, TSG Senior Regulatory Consultant Bob Stewart suggests.
      PubDate: Mon, 10 Aug 2015 00:00:49 -040
  • Humane Cosmetics Act Lacks FDA Assurance Regarding Alternative Methods
    • Abstract: Available non-animal tests for substantiating cosmetic safety "by all appearances are valid," but questions remain as to whether FDA agrees, according to EAS Senior Advisor John Bailey. In the absence of agency guidance on alternative methods and a defined pathway for regulatory acceptance, some industry members are hesitant to get behind the proposed Humane Cosmetics Act in the U.S., the former FDAer suggested in an interview.
      PubDate: Mon, 10 Aug 2015 00:00:39 -040
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