Watch-out database → Detailed ingredient information:
Restricted as per EC regulation 1223/2009?
– Identified as potential endocrine disruptor – Group A
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|30-31/03/2021||No timeline applicable for now||POTENTIAL ENDOCRINE DISRUPTOR - SCCS Opinion 1625/20: (1) Use of BP-3 as a UV-filter up to a maximum concentration of 6% in sunscreen products, either in the form of body cream, sunscreen propellant spray or pump spray, is not safe for the consumer (2) Use of BP-3 as a UV-filter up to a maximum concentration of 6% in face cream, hand cream, and lipsticks is safe for the consumer (3) Use of BP-3 up to 0.5% in cosmetic products to protect the cosmetic formulation is safe for the consumer. (4) Use of BP-3 as a UV filter in sunscreen products is safe for the consumer up to a maximum concentration of: (a) 2.2% in body creams, in propellant sprays and in pump sprays, provided that there is no additional use of BP-3 at 0.5% in the same formulation for protecting the cosmetic formulation. (b) Where BP-3 is also used at 0.5% in the same formulation, the levels of BP-3 used as UV filter should not exceed 1.7% in body creams, in propellant sprays and in pump sprays. TBC We strongly believe that new restrictions will be set out according to the above SCCS opinion||SCCS Final Opinion 1625/2020||SCCS|