Legal representatives of thousands of individuals alleging that Johnson & Johnson’s talc-based products led to their cancer diagnosis have approached a U.S. judge to implement a temporary ban, preventing J&J from placing its talc subsidiary into bankruptcy for the third time.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released draft guidelines on cosmetic product facility registrations and product listings as part of the Modernization of Cosmetics Regulation Act of 2022 (MoCRA)
A coalition of 22 states and U.S. territories, including California, Texas, and New York, oppose a proposed $10.3 billion settlement with 3M Co.
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) is suing four researchers who reported a correlation between talc-based products and cancer.
Henkel and Thriving Brands have reached a settlement in a class action lawsuit over the risk of benzene contamination in Right Guard-branded aerosols and spray anti-perspirants, according to a report published by Top Class Actions.
Cosmetics animal testing will be banned in Canada after the government passed measures through the Budget Implementation Act, which will prohibit the sale of beauty products that have been tested on animals as well as those that rely on new animal testing data.
Rwanda’s Food and Drug Authority (FDA) has recalled all talc-based Johnson’s Baby Powder, according to a report published by Citizen Digital.
Following multiple reports of illness caused by infected tattoo inks and the discovery of microbial contamination during subsequent testing, the US Food and Drug Adminsitration (FDA) has issued a draft guidance to help manufacturers and distributors prevent microbial contamination in tattoo inks.
Johnson & Johnson is defending its talc in court once again as cracks appear in its bid to settle all remaining suits via a Texas two-step bankruptcy process. The Californian jury trial is the first to go ahead for more than two years, according to a report published by Reuters, after litigation was stayed pending the outcome of the Chapter 11 proceedings.
International Flavors & Fragrances is said to be mulling the sale of its Lucas Meyer Cosmetics unit, according to a report published by Bloomberg quoting ‘people with knowledge of the matter’. The cosmetics ingredients division is said to be valued at approximately US$1 billion.