- Publication date
- 18 June 2013
- Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS)
WG on Hair Dyes
SCCS members: D. Gawkrodger, W. Lilienblum, M. Metzler, E. Nielsen, T. Platzek (chairman), S.C. Rastogi (rapporteur), C. Rousselle, J. van Benthem
External experts:M. Pilar Vinardell, T. Sanner, I. White
On request from: European Commission
SCCS Number: SCCS/1505/13
Adopted on: 19 September 2013
Conclusion of the opinion:
The SCCS is of the opinion that the use of Hydroxyanthraquinone aminopropyl methyl morpholinium methosulfate with a maximum concentration of 0.5% in non-oxidative hair dye formulations does not pose a risk to the health of the consumer, apart from its sensitising potential. Hydroxyanthraquinone aminopropyl methyl morpholinium methosulfate is a secondary amine, and thus it is prone to nitrosation. It should not be used together with nitrosating agents. The nitrosamine content should be <50 ppb. This hair dye is a strong skin sensitiser.
SCCS, scientific opinion, hair dye, hydroxyanthraquinone-aminopropyl methyl morpholinium methosulfate, C117, directive 76/768/ECC, CAS 38866-20-5, EC 254-161-9
Opinion to be cited as:
SCCS (Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety), Opinion on hydroxyanthraquinone-aminopropyl methyl morpholinium methosulfate, 18 June 2013.