Release 2019 apply 2020.
Previously on 27 November 2019, the European Commission distributed the Regulation (EU) 2019/1966, which alters and remedies Annexes II, III, and V to the EU Cosmetics Regulation and will apply from 1 May 2020, aside from the substances with CAS numbers 148-24-3 and, separately, 134-31-6 for which the limitations as of now apply since 11 June 2019.
Quite possibly the most known and involved substances in surface-level items audited because of their CMR qualities is salicylic corrosive.
Salicylic corrosive and its salts are presently recorded as:
Additives permitted in surface-level items in the centralization of up to 0,5 % (corrosive) [Entry 3 of Annex V to the Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009]
Confined substance possibly permitted, when utilized for purposes other than additive, in wash off hair items in a grouping of up to 3,0 % and in different items, aside from body moisturizer, eye shadow, mascara, eyeliner, lipstick, and roll-on antiperspirant applications , in the centralization of up to 2,0 %.[Entry 98 of Annex III to the Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009]
The above limitations were at that point referenced in the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS's) assessment distributed in December 2018, with the extra notice that the assessment isn't relevant to any oral item (like toothpaste and mouthwash) except for lipsticks. Salicylic corrosive is an eye aggravation and broadens the limitation and state of not being utilized additionally in items for youngsters younger than 3, aside from shampoos. 
Different substances confronting limitations are recorded in passages 14, 15, and 16 of the Regulation (EU) 2019/1966. For additional subtleties, kindly access this connection.
Also, on 13 December 2019, a Corrigendum to the Commission Regulation (EU) 2019/1966 has been distributed with extra changes to Annexes II, III, and V to the EU Cosmetics Regulation.
Release 2021 apply 2022.
On October 29, 2021, the European Commission delivered Regulation (EU) 2021/1902 to alter Annexes II, III, and V to the Cosmetics Regulation, (EC) 1223/2009, in light of the cancer-causing, mutagenic or poisonous for propagation (CMR) grouping of substances in Delegated Regulation (EU) 2020/1182 revising the CLP guideline. This update fits the disallowance of CMR substances inside the EU people group.
The guideline will be successful from November 23, 2021, and its necessities will be applied from March 1, 2022.
It is additionally to feature that an aroma allergen Butylphenyl methyl-propional (CAS No. 80-54-6) will be precluded for use in this update.
Commission Regulation (EU) 2021/1902 of October 29, 2021, altering Annexes II, III, and V to Regulation (EC) No. 1223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council as respects the utilization in superficial results of specific substances named CMR.
For the most part, the utilization of CMR substances (named cancer-causing, mutagenic, or harmful for multiplication) in beauty care products items is disallowed by the EU beauty care products regulation.
These kinds of substances are remembered for the List of disallowed substances in Annex II to the EU Cosmetics Regulation.
Add-on II to the Cosmetics Regulation was changed to incorporate the option of 27 substances because of refreshed characterizations in the fifteenth ATP to CLP ((EU) 2020/1182). It follows the Article 15 arrangement of the Cosmetics Regulation, which expresses that substances with a blended characterization as cancer-causing, mutagenic or harmful for propagation (CMR) classes 1A, 1B, or 2 are disallowed for use in superficial items.
An exemption for this arrangement is spread out in passages 1 and 2 of Article 15. In the event that specific prerequisites are met, upon demand, a CMR substance can in any case be utilized in surface-level items with limitations. Just zinc pyrithione (CAS No. 13463-41-7) was mentioned to be considered for exclusion, thusly any remaining fifteenth ATP CMR substances were promptly recorded in Annex II.
On account of zinc pyrithione, which is delegated a Reproductive poison 1B substance, a solicitation was submitted on April 11, 2019, to permit the substance to be utilized in enemy of dandruff flush off hair items in focus up to 1%. In Opinion SCCS/1614/19, distributed by the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS), it was reasoned that zinc pyrithione is viewed as protected when utilized as hostile to dandruff fixing in fixations up to 1%; nonetheless, it didn't meet the prerequisite that there be no appropriate elective fixings. Along these lines, in light of the new revision, zinc pyrithione is presently remembered for Annex II of the Cosmetic Regulation and erased from the rundown of limited substances (Annex III) and approved additives (Annex V).
Sodium hydroxymethylglycinate (CAS No 70161-44-3) is currently disallowed from use (and accordingly added to Annex II) if the greatest convergence of releasable formaldehyde, regardless of source, in the combination asset in the market is ≥ 0.1% w/w. The substance is as yet approved for use as an additive at the greatest grouping of 0.5%, however, its entrance in Annex V has been refreshed to mirror the prerequisites set in Annex II.