Hygiene of populated placesISSN: 2707-0441 eISSN: 2707-045X
Issue 67, 2017   -   Pages: 85-93
O.I. Yalovenko1, O.M. Golichenkov1, V.I. Lyshenko1, O.V. Rayetska1

The questions of the legislative regulating of safe application and production of perfume com-positions and fragrances for cosmetic and household products are considered in work. It is marked that in organization of the system of estimation of safety and control of the use of aromatic composi-tions in composition facilities of wide consumption play a leading role the Research Institute of Fra-grance Materials (RIFM) and International Fragrance Association (IFRA): for research activity RIFM is responsible, IFRA provides communication and law protective function. It is shown that production of aromatic matters and their use in cosmetic and household products in ES is regulated by Regulation (EC) No1223/2009, by Regulation (EC) No648/2004 and by the IFRA standards. The stages of introduction of different limitations are considered on the aromatic matters and their com-positions and procedure of preparation of the IFRA standards. Estimation of safety of aromatic com-position on accordance to the requirements of the IFRA standards is carried out by producers volun-tarily, however so great meaningfulness of such estimation is, that without its passing the introduction of ingredient to the market is impossible.

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