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.
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.
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines, La Jolla, California
Mark your calendar for the The Personal Care Products Council's 2017 Legal and Regulatory Conference!
Considered among the most important legal conferences for our industry, this prestigious event is a "must attend" for those looking to stay abreast of the pressing issues facing personal care products today.
The event will feature some of the country's most prominent attorneys providing expert insight and analysis on a variety of topics.
The Council’s newest Committee, the Cosmetic Entrepreneurs Committee, is pleased to provide our smaller and medium sized members with an educational opportunity to learn about claims and claims substantiation.
Please join the Council and attorneys from the law firm of Keller and Heckman LLP to discuss ramifications of passage of the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act on the personal care product industry. This Act amended the core provisions of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the general federal chemical control law in the United States, for the first time in 40 years.
Join the Council Wednesday, February 3, 2016 for the first member briefing of the year. 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.
There are gadgets that remove hair and gadgets that grow hair. Gizmos get rid of wrinkles, acne and flab. Apps and watches and that do more and more every day. Are these kinds of products regulated? If so, how? Do they need 510(k)s? How about claim substantiation? Which companies have done it right and which ones haven't? What are some of the enforcement trends? Get answers to these questions and more in this lively and informative webinar.