CTFA COSMETIC INGREDIENT DICTIONARY PDF

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Authored by the Personal Care Products Council the Council , the trade association for the cosmetic and personal care industry, the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook provides a comprehensive listing of ingredients used in cosmetic and personal care products for the benefit of consumers, the U. These are cross-referenced to nearly 60, trade and technical names and 3, suppliers from 91 countries. The need for uniformity in cosmetic ingredient nomenclature has been recognized in countries around the world.

There are numerous benefits to a uniform system of labeling names for cosmetic ingredients, including the consistency and transparency provided to consumers as ingredients are identified by a single labeling name regardless of the national origin of the product. Scientists and dermatologists are also ensured that information will be referenced by a uniform name, eliminating the possibility of confusion or misidentification from the use of multiple names for the same material.

The first edition of the Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary was published in and was cited by the U. Food and Drug Administration as the primary source of ingredient names for the FDA regulation requiring cosmetic ingredient labeling U. Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations, Part The 13th edition of the dictionary was published in In addition to ingredient names, the dictionary also includes information on the chemical class, functions and product use categories as reported to the U.

It provides information on Chemical Abstract Service CAS numbers, empirical formulas, and over-the-counter drugs and includes an index that cross-references Latin and common English botanical names, a Japan index that lists prohibited and restricted ingredients, a list of ingredients evaluated for safety by the Cosmetic Ingredient Review CIR Expert Panel, and references to appropriate EU Annexes.

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With few exceptions, the INCI labeling names in all countries are the same. At the moment, there are more than ingredients in INCI list, which is the most comprehensive listing of ingredients used in cosmetic and personal care products. Companies can apply for an INCI name here. It shall be noted that the listing of an ingredient in INCI does mean the ingredient has been assessed. Although funded by the Council, CIR and the review process are independent from the Council and the cosmetics industry. CIR review and assess the safety of ingredients used in cosmetics in an open, unbiased and expert manner. More info about CIRS assessed cosmetic ingredients can be found here.

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Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary

Authored by the Personal Care Products Council the Council , the trade association for the cosmetic and personal care industry, the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook provides a comprehensive listing of ingredients used in cosmetic and personal care products for the benefit of consumers, the U. These are cross-referenced to nearly 60, trade and technical names and 3, suppliers from 91 countries. The need for uniformity in cosmetic ingredient nomenclature has been recognized in countries around the world. There are numerous benefits to a uniform system of labeling names for cosmetic ingredients, including the consistency and transparency provided to consumers as ingredients are identified by a single labeling name regardless of the national origin of the product. Scientists and dermatologists are also ensured that information will be referenced by a uniform name, eliminating the possibility of confusion or misidentification from the use of multiple names for the same material. The first edition of the Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary was published in and was cited by the U. Food and Drug Administration as the primary source of ingredient names for the FDA regulation requiring cosmetic ingredient labeling U.

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