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  • sccs2016_q_025

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    Ethoxyethylcyanoacetate (S87) as UV-filter in cosmetic products up to a maximum concentration of 3%. 2. Terms of reference 1. In light of the data provided, does the SCCS consider Methoxypropylamino Cyclohexenylidene Ethoxyethylcyanoacetate (S87), safe when used as UV-filter in cosmetic products up to a maximum concentration of 3%? 2. If not, what is according to the SCCS, the maximum concentration


  • Opinion of the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety on o-aminophenol (A14)

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    ca. 5 hours of an isomeric mixture with a ratio of 1.98: 1.00 for Z-isomer to E-isomer. The UV filter C-1701 B_C_3 is synthesised as Z-isomer and upon dissolution it isomerizes within 5 hours to approximately 60% Z-isomer and ca. 40% E-isomer. Isomeric structures of the UV filter C-1701 B_C_3 based on 1H- and 13CNMR signals Purity of UV filter C-1701 B_C_3 was determined by quantitative 1H-NMR


  • Opinion of the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety on o-aminophenol (A14)

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    S87), safe when used as UV-filter in 38 cosmetic products up to a maximum concentration of 3%? 39 40 41 42 (2) If not, what is according to the SCCS, the maximum concentration considered safe 43 for Methoxypropylamino Cyclohexenylidene Ethoxyethylcyanoacetate (S87) when used as 44 UV-filter in cosmetic products? 45 46 47 48 (3) Does the SCCS have any further scientific concerns


  • sccs_o_202

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    does the SCCS consider safe the use of Cetyl Phosphate, Manganese Dioxide and Triethoxycaprylylsilane as coatings for Titanium Dioxide (nano) used as UV-Filter in dermally applied cosmetic products? (2) Does the SCCS have any further scientific concerns regarding the use of the abovementioned additional coatings for Titanium Dioxide (nano) used as UV-Filter in dermally-applied cosmetic products?


  • sccs2016_q_023

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    2/215-282-2) is authorized both as colorant under entry 143 of Annex IV and as UV-filter under entry 27 of Annex VI to Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009. In July 2013, the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) issued the safety evaluation on Titanium Dioxide (nano) concluding that the use of Titanium Dioxide (nano) as UV-filter, at concentrations up to 25 % and with the characteristics indicated


  • sccs_o_206

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    by inhalation. In July 2015, the Commission' services received new data from industry to support the safe use of Titanium Dioxide (nano) when used as UV-Filter in sunscreens and personal care spray products at a concentration up to 5.5%. 2. TERMS OF REFERENCE 1. In light of the data provided, does the SCCS consider Titanium Dioxide (nano) safe when used as UV-Filter in sunscreens and personal


  • sccs2016_q_014

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    with median particle size distribution (number-sized) around 130-170 nm or larger. 1. Does the SCCS consider Phenylene bis-diphenyltriazine, S86, safe for use as a UV-filter in sunscreen products in a concentration up to 10.0% taking into account the scientific data provided? The SCCS considers Phenylene bis-diphenyltriazine, S86, not safe for use as a UV-filter in sunscreen products in a concentration


  • sccs_mi_plenary_06_en

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    liquid soaps; this combination can lead to sensitisation. ? SCCS/1533/14 UV FILTER HAA299 (FAT 75’808) The SCCS was asked to answer the following questions: Does SCCS consider that the use of FAT 75'808 (HAA299) in its micronized and non-micronized form as an UV-filter in cosmetic products in a concentration up to maximum 10.0 % is safe for the consumers taken into account the scientific


  • november2011_en

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    methosulfate, S57, (SCCP/1202/08) of January 2009 Camphor benzalkonium methosulfate is used as a UV-filter in cosmetic products up to a maximum concentration of 6.0%. This addendum to a previous SCCP opinion points out concerns in relation to the oral bioavailability of the evaluated UV-filter which only became apparent after the assessment and puts into question the quantitative risk assessment made


  • GREENFACT-Citizens summary_TitaniumDioxideNano_FACTHSEET_A4_EN_V03.indd

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    nanoparticles safe? Do these nanoparticles behave differently than other particles of titanium dioxide? How are the risks of nanoparticles evaluated? This fact sheet tells you all about it. ? WHAT ARE ‘NANOMATERIALS’? WHAT ARE TITANIUM DIOXIDE NANOPARTICLES? Titanium dioxide is used as a UV filter in sunscreen products to protect the skin from harmful UV rays when exposed