Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Regulation of cosmetics does not follow innovation, says Abihpec

SAO PAULO-the cosmetic industry has accompanied the ability of innovation and creation of new products or the use of new raw materials, in the assessment of experts. During the seminar Estadão Sector together with the Brazilian Association of industries of personal hygiene, perfumery and cosmetics (Abihpec), industry representative HPPC Ariadne considered that many Moral global projects that are being implemented by companies end up not moving by regulatory barriers.
John Tavares, Manager of cosmetics of the national health surveillance agency (Anvisa), considered that the regulator's participation in international forums and search update. "We're still going to need updated regulatory action and knowledge," he said.
The election of the sector, he said, is to reduce reliance on bureaucratic procedures. "We need a modernized system, to implement innovations more quickly is in terms of new ingredients such as new technologies," he concluded.
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DCI - 30/08/17
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