Introduced by Representative Sean Patrick Maloney and Representative Grace Meng on November 5, the Natural Cosmetic Act is to formally define the terms ‘natural’ and ‘naturally derived’, as they pertain to beauty and personal care products. Ingredient suppliers would be required to share testing data on any natural inputs and the FDA would have authority to call out beauty brands that misuse the term ‘natural’. According to a media release, “Cosmetic products sold, labelled or represented as ‘natural’ as defined by the bill must contain at least 70 percent natural substances, excluding water, to use the terms. The bill also requires suppliers to conduct Carbon-14 testing which they must submit to manufacturers.”