What the EU’s vitamin A crackdown means for you

Published: 26-Mar-2024

Belab Services’ Daniel Jimenez discusses proposed regulatory modifications for retinol, retinyl acetate and retinyl palmitate

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In the dynamic realm of the cosmetics industry, regulatory modifications can substantially influence both the market and consumer practices. Recently, the European Commission has proposed new regulations concerning the use of vitamin A in cosmetic products.

This development has ignited widespread discussions and raised concerns among stakeholders within the beauty sector. The implications of these proposed changes are significant, warranting a thorough analysis of their potential impact on product formulation, industry standards and consumer safety.

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