|Category: ||flavor and fragrance agents|
|IFRA Code of Practice Notification of the 49th Amendment to the IFRA Code of Practice|
|IFRA Critical Effect: || Sensitization|
|IFRA fragrance material specification: |
| ||Should not be used such that the level in finished cosmetic products
exceeds 0.8%. Based on test results showing sensitising potential.
|View IFRA Standards Library for complete information.|
|Please review Amendment 49 IFRA documentation for complete information.|
|IFRA RESTRICTION LIMITS IN THE FINISHED PRODUCT (%):|
|Category 1: Products applied to the lips|
|Category 2: Products applied to the axillae|
|Category 3: Products applied to the face/body using fingertips|
|Category 4: Products related to fine fragrance|
| ||Category 5: Products applied to the face and body using the hands (palms), primarily leave-on|
|Category 5A: Body lotion products applied to the body using the hands (palms), primarily leave-on|
|Category 5B: Face moisturizer products applied to the face using the hands (palms), primarily leave-on|
|Category 5C: Hand cream products applied to the hands using the hands (palms), primarily leave-on|
|Category 5D: Baby Creams, baby Oils and baby talc|
|Category 6: Products with oral and lip exposure|
| ||Category 7: Products applied to the hair with some hand contact|
|Category 7A: Rinse-off products applied to the hair with some hand contact|
|Category 7B: Leave-on products applied to the hair with some hand contact|
|Category 8: Products with significant anogenital exposure|
|Category 9: Products with body and hand exposure, primarily rinse off|
| ||Category 10: Household care products with mostly hand contact|
|Category 10A: Household care excluding aerosol products (excluding aerosol/spray products)|
|Category 10B: Household aerosol/spray products|
| ||Category 11: Products with intended skin contact but minimal transfer of fragrance to skin from inert substrate|
|Category 11A: Products with intended skin contact but minimal transfer of fragrance to skin from inert substrate without UV exposure|
|See Note %|
|Category 11B: Products with intended skin contact but minimal transfer of fragrance to skin from inert substrate with potential UV exposure|
|Category 12: Products not intended for direct skin contact, minimal or insignificant transfer to skin|
| ||Notes: |
|IFRA FLAVOR REQUIREMENTS:|
Due to the possible ingestion of small amounts of fragrance ingredients from their use in products in Categories 1 and 6, materials must not only comply with IFRA Standards but must also be recognized as safe as a flavoring ingredient as defined by the IOFI Code of Practice (www.iofi.org). For more details see chapter 1 of the Guidance for the use of IFRA Standards.
For this material, for pragmatic reasons, restrictive levels allowed by the QRA for certain categories but actually being higher than those already in place before applying the QRA, will temporarily not be implemented until the end of a 5 year monitoring phase. At the end of the 5 years the position will be reevaluated again.
(1) IFRA would recommend that any material used to impart perfume or flavour in products intended for human ingestion should consist of ingredients that are in compliance with appropriate regulations for foods and food flavourings in the countries of planned distribution and, where these are lacking, with the recommendations laid down in the Code of Practice of IOFI (International Organisation of the Flavor Industry). Further information about IOFI can be found on its website (www.iofi.org).
(2) Category 11 includes all non-skin contact or incidental skin contact products. Due to the negligible skin contact from these types of products there is no justification for a restriction of the concentration of this fragrance ingredient in the finished product.
|Recommendation for (E)-cinnamyl alcohol flavor usage levels up to: |
| || 720.0000 ppm in the finished product.