Also, the Summit programme will address the industry’s latest regulatory challenge related to sustainability and texture: microplastics in cosmetic formulations. With NGOs and the UN calling for a global ban, several states in the US have already enacted legislation to forbid the use of plastic microbeads by 2017.
“Throughout the industry and at our shows, we’re seeing plenty of innovation in the functional side of cosmetics,” explains in-cosmetics Exhibition Director Cathy Laporte. “But there are many questions about how to incorporate these new texture and sensory developments into current formulations, especially in relation to changes in the regulatory landscape and consumer needs, as well as time and cost constraints,” she concludes.
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