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Cosmetic Products Without Preservatives

Apr 5, 2006

A preservative is defined by The European Cosmetic Directive 76/768, amended for the 7th time in 2003 according to Appendix IV, as being: "any substance added as an ingredient to a cosmetic product to inhibit the development of microorganisms in that product." Appendix VI provides a positive list, outside of which it is not theoretically possible to choose a substance that claims to have preservative action...

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