PCPC, its Board of Directors and member companies adopt a Consumer Commitment Code to further strengthen the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) in its oversight of cosmetics and personal care products.
PCPC, along with other industry associations, provides input to Congress on draft legislation to modernize federal regulatory oversight of cosmetics.
The first of several federal cosmetics regulatory reform bills is introduced in Congress.
Sen. Feinstein (D-CA) asks cosmetics and personal care products companies to work with her staff on regulatory reform legislation.
Sens. Feinstein (D-CA), Collins (R-ME) and Hatch (R-UT), along with Reps. Pallone (D-NJ), Lance (R-NJ) and Sessions (R-TX), propose cosmetics regulatory reform legislation.
The Cosmetic Modernization Amendments of 2015, supported by PCPC, are introduced.
PCPC and its member companies adopt Principles for Federal Cosmetics Reform to guide industry’s advocacy efforts.
PCPC reiterates its support for federal cosmetics regulatory reform in the 115th Congress and continues to meet with NGOs and other stakeholders to advocate for federal legislation based on sound science.
The Senate HELP Committee initiates bipartisan dialogue on cosmetics regulatory reform legislation.
PCPC and its member companies add an additional provision to the Consumer Commitment Code, disclosing 26 internationally recognized contact allergens in labeling.
PCPC continues engagement with Senate HELP Committee, which releases a discussion draft of MoCRA.
PCPC briefs Senate HELP Committee legislative assistants.
MoCRA passes the Senate HELP Committee.
PCPC and other stakeholder trade associations advocate to Congress in support of MoCRA.
Congress passes MoCRA. President Biden signs the bill into law on December 29.