Cosmetics: Controlled Efficacy Studies and Regulation

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th Together with the 6 Amendment - Council Directive 93/35 EEC - to the Cosmetic Directive 76/768 EEC it was the first time that, according to Article 7b, special claims of efficacy could be legally attributed to cosmetic products but under the obligation to make evidence of the claimed effects; also an entirely new "controller" was introduced - the independent "safety assessor," This indeed means not only progress in reliable and honest marketing arguments but above all transparency as to the respective proof and thus ...

Cosmetics: Controlled Efficacy Studies and Regulation 2013, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783642641602

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