Watch-out database → Detailed ingredient information:
Restricted as per EC regulation 1223/2009?
– Identified as potential endocrine disruptor – Group A
|Date of update||Deadline||Content of update||Reference||Source||Obelis articles|
|07/07/2022||28/01/2023 - 28/07/2023||Octocrylene will be allowed as an UV filter: (1) up to 9% in propellent spray products; (2) up to 10% in other products.||Commission Regulation (EU) 2022/1176||EC||Expected new restrictions for the UV filters Benzophenone-3 and Octocrylene|
|30-31/03/2021||No timeline applicable for now||POTENTIAL ENDOCRINE DISRUPTOR - SCCS Final opinion: Octocrylene is safe at concentrations of up to 10% when used individually or together as a UV-filter in cosmetic products, i.e. in sunscreen cream/lotion, sunscreen pump spray, face cream, hand cream and lipstick. However, the use in sunscreen propellant spray is considered safe when its concentration does not exceed 9% when used together with face cream, hand cream and lipstick containing 10% Octocrylene.||SCCS Final Opinion 1627/21||SCCS|