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Biniecka Małgorzata (La Sapienza University, Rome), Caroli Sergio (Instituto Superiore di Sanita)
Tytuł
Quality and Safety of Odorant Substances Present in Cosmetics : Selected Problems
Jakość i bezpieczeństwo substancji zapachowych zawartych w kosmetykach : przegląd aktualnych zagadnień
Źródło
Towaroznawcze Problemy Jakości, 2011, nr 4, s. 24-40, rys., tab., bibliogr. 100 poz.
Polish Journal of Commodity Science
Słowa kluczowe
Towaroznawstwo, Towaroznawstwo przemysłowe, Jakość, Jakość produktu, Jakość produktów przemysłowych, Kosmetyki, Prawne aspekty sprzedaży
Commodity science, Industrial commodities, Quality, Product quality, Quality of industrial products, Cosmetics, Legal aspects of sales
Uwagi
summ., streszcz.
Abstrakt
Obecne przepisy o kosmetykach (Dyrektywa 76/768/ CEE, jej aktualizacja 2003/15/CE 2005/42/CE, 2007/67/CE, 2008/42/CE, 2009/36/CE i późniejsze zmiany) ograniczają użycie w produktach kosmetycznych substancji chemicznych klasyfikowanych jako rakotwórcze, mutagenne lub toksyczne dla ludzkiego układu rozrodczego (CMR). W czasie badań i produkcji w dziedzinie kosmetyki należy również powołać się na podstawowe systemy jakościowe. Powyższe przepisy prawne i jakościowe nie wykluczają jednak komercjalizacji substancji zapachowych, w niektórych przypadkach uważanych za równie niebezpieczne dla układu nerwowego, jak również dla układu hormonalnego czy oddechowego. Ponadto istnieje brak informacji na temat ewentualnych zanieczyszczeń środowiska wytwarzanych przez wyżej wymienione substancje. Niestety, wiele z badanych związków zapachowych uznanych za potencjalnie szkodliwe dla człowieka i środowiska jest obecne w ponad 3100 rodzajach perfum aktualnie dostępnych w sprzedaży. Władze, firmy i przedsiębiorcy, przede wszystkim ci związani z przemysłem kosmetycznym, powinni zwrócić uwagę na potrzebę lepszej ochrony zdrowia konsumentów. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Current regulations on cosmetics (Directive 76/768/CEE with the relevant updates 2003/15/CE, 2005/42/CE, 2007/67/CE, 2008/42/CE, 2009/36/CE and further amendments) restrict the use in cosmetic products of chemical substances classified as Carcinogenic, Mutagenic, or toxic to the human Reproductive system (CMR). The major quality systems ap-plicable to research and production in the field of cosmetics are briefly recalled. The above legal provisions, however, do not rule out the addition of odorants that are considered to be, e.g., equally hazardous to the nervous, endocrine, and respiratory system. In addition, no information is given about the possible environmental pollution produced by the above-mentioned substances. A number of odorants are surveyed, which are contained in more than 3100 fragrances commercially available at present and deemed to potentially cause adverse effects to man and the environment. The need for better protection of the consumer from health risks by the relevant authorities, firms, and traders is discussed. (original abstract)
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