The Safe Cosmetics Alliance is comprised of leading beauty and personal care product and services industry trade organizations representing manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, retail owners, salon/spa owners, and licensed beauty professionals who support H.R. 4395, the Cosmetic Safety Amendments Act of 2012. This legislation will promote innovation and growth, and maintain high safety standards for the nation’s beauty and personal care industry.
Together, Alliance members account for nearly 2.8 million U.S. jobs, directly and indirectly, and contribute nearly $189 billion in U.S. GDP every year. The beauty and personal care industry is one of the fastest growing employment segments globally.
Members of the Safe Cosmetics Alliance touch people's lives every day and reach virtually all Americans who use cosmetic and personal care products, as well as beauty salon services. We represent every aspect of the beauty and personal care industry, including:
We believe it is critically important that laws and regulations reflect the current advances in science and technology, enable the industry to innovate, and meet consumer expectations and continue to earn their confidence.
Join us in supporting H.R. 4395, the Cosmetic Safety Amendments Act of 2012, which will modernize and strengthen regulations to provide greater transparency to consumers, establish the FDA as the primary regulatory authority on cosmetic safety, and allow the industry to continue to innovate and grow. Tell Congress to support updated safety standards for products that millions of Americans trust and depend on each and every day.
The Safe Cosmetics Alliance is comprised of the Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers & Distributors (ICMAD), International Fragrance Association North America (IFRA), Professional Beauty Association (PBA), Direct Selling Association (DSA), and the Personal Care Products Council (PCPC).
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