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Color additives

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Nail polish manufacturer FEM, Inc. (Santa Barbara, Calif.) petitions FDA to amend color additive regulation to eliminate the limitation on the amount of silver used in nail polish, the agency announces in a Federal Register notice Aug. 18. FDA currently limits the use of silver to 1% of the finished product. Silver, certified in 1997, is one of 29 color additives exempt from batch certification; FDA most recently approved zinc sulfide in a Federal Register notice Aug. 8 (1"The Rose Sheet" Aug. 14, p. 10)
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