The industry is united in its commitment to promote greater transparency and disclosure around the products it produces. Our Member Companies understand transparency creates trust, the bedrock of consumer relationships. They also recognize stakeholders increasingly want more information about product safety, ethical sourcing, and resource-efficient production and expect the brands they love to provide more information about their practices in these areas.
Working together with various parties along the supply chain, with respect for intellectual property and proprietary know-how, the industry aims to provide product information that is accessible, reliable and easy to understand, so consumers can make more informed choices. Consumers can find more information about the ingredients used in the product formations on Cosmeticsinfo.org.
Voluntary Disclosure of Internationally Recognized Contact Allergens
PCPC introduced a Voluntary Disclosure of Internationally Recognized Contact Allergens Labeling initiative in the U.S. and have provided members with a “Voluntary Fragrance Ingredient Disclosure Guideline,” a framework for the disclosure of any of the 26 current internationally recognized contact allergens present in cosmetics products.
Fragrance Ingredient Disclosure
The Fragrance Formulators & Marketers Committee is working to develop mid- and long-term approaches for personal care and fine fragrance that responds to stakeholders’ interests in greater ingredient transparency, while addressing concerns for intellectual property protection and know-how.
The Retailer Task Force serves as a forum for members to discuss the emergence of retailer chemical policies, as well as transparency mandates, product stewardship issues, and hazardous waste management, and looks for opportunity for potential engagement.