The Cosmetic Industry: Scientific and Regulatory Foundations, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

The Cosmetic Industry

Scientific and Regulatory Foundations, 1st Edition

By Estrin

CRC Press

720 pages

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Hardback: 9780824771058
pub: 1984-11-30

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This book summarizes the authority of regulatory agencies and programs as they pertain to the cosmetic industry, offers practical advice on how to operate within the regulatory environment, and introduces scientific and regulatory issues that are likely to have an impact on cosmetic manufacturers.

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The Regulatory Environment

Regulation of Cosmetics in the United States: An Overview- Stephen H. McNamara

The FDA’s Scientific and Regulatory Programs for Cosmetics- John A. Wenninger

The Toxic Substances Control Act and Its Potential Impact on the Cosmetic Industry- Martin Gretif

Federal Regulation of Soap Products- Eve E. Bachrach

The Impact of the FDA’s Over-the-Counter Drug Review Program on the Regulation of Cosmetics- William E. Gilbertson

Regulation of Advertising by the Federal Trade Commission- Thomas J. Donegan, Jr.

The Impact of Other Regulatory Agencies on the Cosmetic Industry- Peter Barton Hutt

An Overview of Worldwide Regulatory Programs- William H. Schmitt and Emalee G. Murphy

Cosmetics: The Legislative Climate- Eve E. Bachrach

Functioning in The Regulatory Environment

Section A: As an Industry

Voluntary Self-Regulation Programs of the Cosmetic Industry- Emalee G. Murphy

Organization for Action- Development of CTFA’s Scientific Programs- Frank W. Baker and Norman F. Estrin

The Cosmetic Ingredient Review- Robert L Elder and Jonathon T Busch

The Industry Response Program to the Cosmetic Ingredient Review- Gerald N. McEwen Jr., Theodore Wernick and Robert P. Giovacchini

The RIFM Story- Donald L. Opdyke

Cosmetic Industry Research Programs- Gerald N. McEwen Jr, H. Joseph Sekerke, and Anita S. Curry

Industry Programs for Dealing with Trace Contaminants – George Pollack and Ira Rosenberg

The John Hopkins Center for Alternative to Animal Testing- Alan M. Goldberg

Communication and Cooperation- The Dermatologist and the Cosmetic Industry- Walter Larsen

Industry Performance and Public Opinion: Some Reflection on Public Relations- Victor R. Hirsh

Section B: As Individual Companies

Preparing for Cosmetic GMPs- Allan T. Reeves

Evaluating Your Microbiology Program- John L. Smith

Establishing a Training Program for Plant Personnel- John L. Beck and Joseph E. Kilsheimer

Coping with Cosmetic Labeling- James M. Akerson and James M. Long

The CTFA Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary- Patricia A. Crosley

Coping with Color Additive Regulations- Murray Berdick

Adequately Sustaining the Safety of Cosmetic and Toiletry Products – Robert P. Giovacchini

Managerial and Technical Responsibilities for Selecting a Laboratory for GLP Toxicology Studies- Phillip C. Merker

Ocular Irritancy: The Search for Acceptable and Humane Test Methods- Edward M. Jackson

When an FDA Inspector Calls- Stephen H. McNamara

How and When to Recall- William C. Waggoner

Establishing a Consumer Response Program- Betty J. Diener

Special Problems of Small Companies- Linda R. Marshall

The Private Label Company- Special Considerations- Jerome K. Malbin

Innovating in a Regulated Environment- Monroe Lanzet

Challenges for Tomorrow

Development of Public Policy on Carcinogens- Peter Barton Hutt

Risk Assessment in Perspective- Joseph V. Rodricks

Trace Contaminants- The Industry View- Jerome H. Heckman

The FDA’s Research Plan for Cosmetics- Sanford A. Miller and Patricia Thompson

The National Toxicology Program and Preventative Oncology- James E. Huff, John A. Moore and David P. Rall

Alternatives to Animal Research- An Animal Welfare Perspective- Andrew N. Rowan


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Cosmetic Science and Technology

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MEDICAL / Dermatology
SCIENCE / Chemistry / Industrial & Technical