Manufacturers and Distributors: Get Ready for MoCRA!

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Jun 22 2023


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm




ISSA Members: $99 USD
Nonmembers: $149 USD

If you are a manufacturer or distributor of body washes, cleansing wipes, or other “cosmetic” products, then you must attend the ISSA Webinar, Get Ready for MoCRA!, set for June 22, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. CST.

In December 2022, the Modernization of Cosmetics Regulation Act of 2022 (MoCRA) was enacted, representing the first major amendment to the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetics Act since its enactment in 1938. MoCRA fundamentally changes the way body washes, cleansing wipes and other “cosmetic” products are regulated in the United States.

Webinar: Get Ready for MoCRA! Join us on June 22 for a one-hour webinar that will address the major obligations created by MoCRA that will impact manufacturers and distributors of covered products. The Get Ready for MoCRA! Webinar will address the major requirements created by the new law:

  • Products Subject to MoCRA
  • Mandatory Facility Registration
  • Product Listing and Ingredient Disclosure
  • Mandatory Good Manufacturing Practices
  • Expanded Labeling Requirements
  • Mandatory Safety Substantiation
  • Adverse Event Reporting
  • FDA Inspections and Access to Records
  • New FDA Enforcement Authority

Interested in registering a large group?
For inquries about group ordering, please contact the event organizer.

ISSA Advocacy


ISSA Advocacy

Other Organizers

Stacy Seiden
[email protected]


  • Frederick A. Stearns
    Frederick A. Stearns
    Partner, Keller & Heckman

    Rick helps manufacturers evaluate the need for marketing approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to pursue appropriate clearance where necessary, and address regulatory compliance issues with a range of marketed products. Rick joined Keller and Heckman LLP upon his graduation from law school and has spent his entire legal career with the firm. Prior to law school, Rick worked for a scientific consulting firm in Washington, D.C., where he was able to apply his engineering background to regulatory issues, introducing him to food and drug law and starting him down that path.

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