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Cosmetics, Soaps, Additives

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Cosmetics, Soaps, Additives

European Mixed Metal Solid Stabilizers Association
International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists / Est. 1959
International Sugar Organization / Est. 1968
International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology / Est. 1995
Breast European Adjuvant Study Team / Est. 1997
International Association for the Lung Surfactant System
Cosmetics Europe - The Personal Care Association / Est. 1962
Nordic Perfume Dealers Council
Musée international de la parfumerie, Grasse / Est. 1989
European Tin Stabilizers Association
Asian Network on Medical and Aromatic Plants
International Council for Medicinal and Aromatic Plants / Est. 1993
Pan-Arab Society of Cosmetic Dermatology and Laser
Association for International Promotion of Gums
European Adjuvant Association
Nordic Cosmetic Congress
Centre européen de recherches et de diffusion sur l'économie des plantes à parfum, aromatique et médicinal, Nyons
World Association of Seaweed Processors / Est. 1976
International Federation of Associations of Cleaning Products Manufacturers / Est. 1962
European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry / Est. 2003
European Federation of Perfumery Retailers / Est. 1960
Asian Society of Cosmetic Scientists
International Sweeteners Association / Est. 1972
European Committee of Organic Surfactants and their Intermediates / Est. 1974
European Liquid Stabilizers Association

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World Problems relating to Cosmetics, Soaps, Additives

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Dissatisfaction with skin colour
Untested use of hormones
Threatened species of Serranidae
Cosmetic and health problems related to human hair
Hazards of non-alcoholic beverages
Hydrocarbons as airborne pollutants
Environmental hazards of essential oils
Cosmetic overweight
Excessive use of hormones in animal husbandry
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons as pollutants
Hazards of cosmetic use
Toxic substances in the home
Unsafe artificial sweeteners
Abuse of performance enhancing drugs
Genetic surgery
Mutilation of domestic animals
Oils and perfume materials shortage
Perfume materials environmental hazards
Instability of trade in essential oils and perfume materials
Fashion-motivated use of animals and plants
Dependence on popular idols
Detergents as pollutants
Food health standards of convenience
Discrimination against people of unpleasant body odour
Misuse of animals for toxicological experiments

Action Strategies relating to Cosmetics, Soaps, Additives

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Researching respiratory distress syndrome
Improving wood preservatives to protect the environment
Advancing cosmetic science
Prohibiting toxic food additives
Using animal feed additives
Reducing toxic food additives
Monitoring toxic food additives
Condemning cosmetic mutilation of pet animals
Minimizing environmental impact of detergents
Producing animal feed additives

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