A toolbox of networking events that connects you to opportunities.
- Annual Meeting
- Networking Receptions
Relevant technical and regulatory information delivered to you such as:
- Labeling Information
- EU Guide
Innovative marketing ideas, tools, and resources to get you results.
- Beauty Reference Guide
- Indie Beauty Innovators Awards
- Young Designers
ICMAD provides events to meet your industry need for knowledge. Check back often to see what we have planned.
CoSMETIC & PERSONAL CARE
TRADE ASSOCIATION FOR ENTREPRENEURS
Welcome to the ICMAD website. ICMAD is a non-profit trade association supporting creative, innovative companies from startups to established multinational businesses of all sizes. ICMAD’s goal is to help our members succeed in the rapidly changing, highly competitive global cosmetics and personal care industry. Since 1974, ICMAD has provided essential guidance and support through business tools, publications, education, networking opportunities, and key advocacy support. We are proud to help our members foster the creativity and innovation that is the heart of the cosmetics and personal care industry. Stay on top of the latest industry regulations, news and events with ICMAD online at www.icmad.org, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
- 2020 Cosmetic Technical Regulatory Forum | This 2-day forum provides education to legal, regulatory affairs, government relations, quality control, and other personnel representing cosmetics and personal care companies of all sizes on emerging legal, legislative, and regulatory issues having an impact on the industry. In-depth workshops will focus on a wide variety of topics including the challenges our industry faces in the U.S. and around the world.
Industry Alert - NEW VOC LIMITS - Click for download |
CARB has proposed new VOC limits on certain cosmetic and personal care product categories. Please download the Industry Alert and click the link in the pdf to take the survey about how these limits will impact your business.
California Air Resource Board (CARB) |
California must reduce total volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions by 1-2 tons/day in the South Coast (by 2023) and 8-10/day statewide (by 2031). In order to achieve this goal, CARB’s rulemaking process remains ongoing, with personal care products under consideration for imminent changes to close perceived loopholes....