The Council’s Cosmetic Entrepreneurs Committee is pleased to provide our smaller and medium sized members with an educational opportunity to learn about the most prominent product trends shaping today’s beauty market. With new products and marketing techniques being introduced almost daily across the beauty care industry, this webinar will explore some of the more unique trends taking place.
Cosmetic and personal care industry quality professionals! Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to engage with FDA regulators and industry quality leaders at the 2nd PCPC GMP Workshop.
When: June 21, 2017 Where: The Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA Workshop format: One general session followed by concurrent breakout sessions -- Small group size guarantees interaction between attendees, FDA and industry leaders.
Silicone polymers are used in a variety of personal care products. These polymers are produced from cyclic volatile methylsiloxanes (cVMS), such as D4 and D5. Since D4 and D5 are not fully removed during the manufacturing process, they can enter the environment via disposal of products that contain silicone polymers. In recent years, D4 and D5 have been associated with environmental concerns, despite a wealth of scientific data showing they do not pose a significant environmental risk.
In this series of meetings, senior staff will inform you via webinar, on updates that are happening around the industry and the association. Make sure you and your colleagues tune in to hear about the top issues the industry faces.
Human error is known to be the major cause of quality and production losses in many industries. Although it is unlikely that human error will ever be totally eliminated, many human performance problems can be prevented. Human errors start at the design stage. From procedures, training, and workplace environment many variables that affect human behavior CAN be manipulated reducing the likelihood of these occurrences.
Sunscreens and other products manufactured by PCPC member companies are regulated differently than cosmetics by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Learn about the requirements for antimicrobial effectiveness testing of this product category from world-renowned expert, Dr. Tony Cundell. His experience with pharma, foods, contract testing labs, consumer health products and other sectors will provide a valuable overview and insight regarding the “challenges” microbiologists face in the testing of these products for antimicrobial efficacy. Dr.