By  on September 8, 2009

WASHINGTON — Sunscreen regulations, harmonization of cosmetics labels from country to country and issues involving the use of nanomaterials in cosmetics continue to be among top priorities for global cosmetics regulation.

Officials from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration outlined priorities on Wednesday in advance of international meetings among the U.S., the European Commission, Japan and Canada about international cosmetics regulations.

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