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Restricted as per EC regulation 1223/2009?
|Date of update||Deadline||Content of update||Reference||Source||Obelis articles|
|23/11/2022||No timeline applicable for now||The General Court annulled the classification of Titanium Dioxide in powder form containing 1% or more of particles with aerodynamic diameter ≤ 10 μm maximum as CMR substance (carcinogenic by inhalation). Therefore, there will be consequences on its use in cosmetic products.||Judgment of the General Court (Ninth Chamber, Extended Composition) of 23 November 2022.||General Court||The General Court annulled the classification of titanium dioxide as a CMR substance|
|26/05/2021||01/10/2021||Titanium Dioxide in powder form containing 1% or more of particles with aerodynamic diameter ≤ 10 μm maximum concentration allowed: (a) Face products in loose powder form at 25 % (b) Hair aerosol spray products at 1,4 % for general consumers and 1,1% for professional use [both a) and b) Only in pigmentary form] (c) Other products [Not to be used in applications that may lead to exposure of the end-user’s lungs by inhalation’.]||Regulation EU 2021/850||EC||Omnibus III: new restrictions for Salicylic Acid and Titanium Dioxide in Cosmetics|
|07/08/2020||No timeline applicable for now||SCCS Opinion: in aerosols, due to the carcinogenic effect of this substance when inhaled, it is safe up to (1) 1.64% for general consumers; (2) 1% for professionals; (3) in loose powder (make up): safe up to 25% for general consumer.||SCCS Opinion 1617/20, preliminary version||SCCS||2/09/2020 - Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety opinion on Titanium dioxite|