PARIS — The beauty industry has begun going through its paces as it begins the marathon task of preregistering chemical ingredients used in cosmetics and fragrances to be in line with recently introduced European legislation.
A plethora of chemicals commonly used in beauty products could become more difficult to source if suppliers fail to register them under Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals regulations, which came into force in June 2007. That's because suppliers, who may at once provide ingredients for several industries, must compile safety data specific to each of its chemicals' intended applications.
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