Cosmetic Regulation in a Competitive Environment ebook
by Norman F. Estrin,James M. Akerson
by Norman F. Estrin (Author), James M. Akerson (Author). -Journal of Applied Cosmetology, 2000.
by Norman F. ISBN-13: 978-0824775162.
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Estrin, Norman F. and Akerson, James . ed. Cosmetic Regulation in a Competitive Environment, chapter 15: "Stability Testing of Cosmetic Products" by Philip E. Minor
Estrin, Norman F. Minor. Cannell, John . Fundamentals of Stability Testing, International Journal of Cosmetic Science 7, 291-303 (1985).
Author: Norman F. Estrin James M. The Private Sector in Development: Entrepreneurship, Regulation, and Competitive Disciplines.
US health exposure limits (NIOSH) . Estrin, Norman . Akerson, James M. (2000). Proposition 65".
US health exposure limits (NIOSH): PEL (Permissible). TWA 350 ppm (1900 mg/m3). C 350 ppm (1900 mg/m3). IDLH (Immediate danger). 700 ppm. Except where otherwise noted, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C, 100 kPa). Y verify (what is Y N ?) Infobox references. New York, New York: Marcel Dekker. p. 138. ISBN 0-8247-7516-3.
John E. Bailey, Organization and Priorities of FDA s Office of Cosmetics and Colors, Cosmetic Regulation in a Competitive Environment, Norman F. Estrin & James M. Akerson, ed. 217, . 321(i); FFDCA 201(i). 15 The FDA has defined soap in its regulations as applying only to articles for which (1). he bulk of the nonvolatile matter in the product consists of an alkali salt of fatty acids and the detergent properties of the article are due to the alkali-fatty acid compounds; and (2) he product is labeled, sold, and represented only as soap.
Estrin, Norman . Retrieved 23 July 2009. Gillette agreed to reformulate the product so that it would not pose a risk requiring a Proposition 65 warning.