Banned for being too good!

by | Aug 26, 2018

British Beauty Council reads in Global cosmetic news that the makers of a cupcake-shaped bath bomb have been banned from marketing it because it has been deemed a choking hazard.

It was felt that the bomb, topped with ‘cream’ & ‘sprinkles’, could prove too tempting for small hands and mouths, and was issued with an EU Rapid Alert System for Non-Food Products (RAPEX) for not complying with the Cosmetic Products Regulation & requirements of the Food-Adhering Products Directive.

As to whether doughnut-shaped bath bombs will also be banned remains to be seen.

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