SCCS - Minutes of the Working Group Meeting on Cosmetic Ingredients of 15 December 2020


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The Minutes of the Working Group Meeting on Cosmetic Ingredients includes the following items:

New mandates

Prostaglandins and their analogues used in cosmetic products: a draft was presented by DG GROW and discussed. The dossier might be split among different rapporteurs. It will be prepared for adoption by written procedure early next year.

Draft Opinion discussed

Aluminium in lipstick - addendum for new concentration: the preliminary Opinion was adopted by written procedure. It will be published before the end of the year for 8 weeks commenting period (i.e. until 15 February 2021).

Benzophenone-3 – the preliminary Opinion was adopted by written procedure. It will be published before the end of the year for 8 weeks commenting period (i.e. until 15 February 2021).

Octocrylene - A revised draft text has been discussed. The preliminary version will be finalised by the rapporteurs taking into account the last comments made by the members. It will be adopted by written procedure.

Methylsalicylate - a draft paper for discussion was presented and comments received from the members of the WG. Tasks were allocated among members. A draft preliminary version of the Opinion will be discussed during the next January WG meeting.

Hair Dye Acid Yellow 3 – C054 – the Opinion is ON HOLD until February 2021 due to request sent to the Applicant and delay occurring in their submission.

Comments on Opinions

BPA in clothing – the public consultation was running until 7 December. 25 comments from 6 recipients were received. Comments were presented and tasks were allocated among members. SCCS draft responses will be discussed at the next January WG meeting.

Resorcinol – the commenting period is running until 22 December

Homosalate – the commenting period is running until 4 January.

Propylparaben – the commenting period is running until 4 January. 

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