Consumer exposure to fragrance ingredients: providing estimates for safety evaluation.

  title={Consumer exposure to fragrance ingredients: providing estimates for safety evaluation.},
  author={Peter A Cadby and William Troy and Matthias G H Vey},
  journal={Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP},
  volume={36 3},
To fully apply already published procedures for the safety evaluation of fragrance ingredients, it is necessary to estimate exposure through different routes and leading to different potential endpoints. Worst-case scenario calculations indicate that deposition on the surface of the skin following use of cosmetics represents the major route of exposure to fragrance ingredients when conservative estimates for evaporation, rinsing, and other forms of product removal are employed. Hydroalcoholic… CONTINUE READING
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