Allergenic Fragrance Screening 50+

BACKGROUND:

The declaration of cosmetic products is in a state of flux, currently, 26 substances are routinely analyzed within the scope of the declaration obligation in cosmetics. In general, certain fragrances in cosmetics have to be declared above a certain amount (according to Annex III to Regulation (EC) No. 1223/2009: 10mg/kg for “leave-on” products, 100 mg/kg for “rinse-off” products), the use of individual fragrances is even prohibited or banned according to Annex II to Regulation (EC) No. 1223/2009.

For the sensitive area of hygiene products (babycare and femcare), allergenic substances are generally considered to be technically avoidable and should be reduced to a technically unavoidable level. Newly developed fragrance components do not fall under the declaration obligation, which is why untested fragrances with allergenic potential can enter the market. Since 2008, new fragrance components have been analyzed for their allergenic potential throughout the EU and submitted to the SCCNFP (Scientific Committee on Cosmetic Products and Non-Food Products) for evaluation.

As a result, with an expected adoption in the first quarter of 2022, an amending regulation of the Cosmetics Directive 76/768/EEC is planned, which will cover about 60 additional fragrance components and fragrance mixtures with corresponding allergenic potential beyond the currently regulated fragrances.

GALAB – COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE FROM A SINGLE SOURCE:

The newly developed Allergenic Fragrance Screening 50+ already covers more than 50 of the named allergenic fragrances of the amendment regulation to the cosmetics directive. Due to the allergenic potential of each of these individual substances, their use in consumer products should be reduced.

GALAB Laboratories uses state of the art analytical technology (LC-MS/MS & GC-MS/MS) so that all new components can be detected with a multi-method. So you can be sure that the presence of allergenic fragrances in your products and their raw materials is excluded.

Current Scope CAS-NO. Current Scope CAS-NO.
Atranol
526-37-4
Acetylcedrene
32388-55-9
Chloratranol
57074-21-2
alpha-Damascone
43052-87-5
Sclareol
515-03-7
alpha-Pinene
80-56-8
Vanillin
121-33-5
alpha-Santalol
115-71-9
Alpha-Isomethyl ionone
127-51-5
alpha-Terpinene
99-86-5
Amyl cinnamal
122-40-7
alpha-Terpineol
98-55-5
Amylcinnamyl alcohol
101-85-9
Amyl salicylate
2050-08-0
Anise alcohol
105-13-5
Benzaldehyde
100-52-7
Benzyl alcohol
100-51-6
beta-Caryophyllene
87-44-5
Benzyl benzoate
120-51-4
beta-Santalol
77-42-9
Benzyl cinnamate
103-41-3
beta-Pinene
127-91-3
Benzyl salicylate
118-58-1
Carvon
99-49-0
Cinnamal
104-55-2
Camphor
76-22-2
Cinnamyl alcohol
104-54-1
cis-Rose Ketone-2
23726-92-3
Citronellol
106-22-9
delta-Damascone
57378-68-4
Coumarin
91-64-5
Eugenyl Acetate
93-28-7
Eugenol
97-53-0
Geranyl Acetate
105-87-3
Geraniol
106-24-1
Hexadecanolactone
109-29-5
Farnesol
4602-84-0
Isoeugenyl Acetate
93-29-8
Hexylcinnamaldehyd
101-86-0
Linalyl Acetate
115-95-7
Hydroxycitronellal
107-75-5
Menthol
89-78-1
Isoeugenol
97-54-1
Methyl Salicylate
119-36-8
Butylphenyl methylpropional
80-54-6
Propylidene Phthalide
17369-59-4
Limonene
138-86-3
Rose Ketone-4
23696-85-7
Linalool
78-70-6
Salicylaldehyde
90-02-8
Methyl 2-octynoate
111-12-6
Anethole
4180-23-8
Trimethylbenzenepropanol
103694-68-4
Terpinolene
586-62-9
6-Methyl Coumarin
92-48-8
Dimethylbenzyl Carbinyl Acetate
151-05-3
Citral
5392-40-5
Ebanol
67801-20-1
Hexamethylindanopyran
1222-05-5
Lyral
31906-04-4
Tetramethylacetyloctahydronaphthalenes
68155-67-9,
54464-57-2
68155-66-8, 54464-59-4

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