THE RIFM DATABASE
The RIFM Database is the most comprehensive, worldwide source of toxicology data, literature and general information on fragrance and flavor raw materials.
Fragrance Material Safety Resource Center
RIFM's Online Fragrance Material Safety Assessment Resource Center is published by Elsevier's Food and Chemical Toxicology Journal. The Resource Center features RIFM peer reviewed scientific publications including:
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The Updated Criteria Document For RIFM's Safety Evaluation Process - For RIFM and IFRA Members
The Criteria Document details updates to the RIFM safety assessment process, reflecting advances in approaches to risk assessment and new and classical toxicological methodologies employed by RIFM. Drs. Api and Salvito will illustrate how to develop a safety assessment using the new tools.
2015 Year-End Update on RIFM's Safety Assessment Process
For RIFM Members, a free webinar-Last Quarter 2015 Update on the Safety Assessment Process and other programs.
RIFM's 49th Annual Meeting - Innovation in the Fragrance Industry
If you missed this key RIFM event, you can see some of the presentations here.
2015 Q3 Safety Assessment Update
View The Recording Of This Free RIFM Member Webinar
Unpacking the Fragrance Industry: understanding the safety evaluation process
The fragrance industry believes that consumers should be confident that the products they buy are safe. Consumers today are aware of potential health and environmental issues and wish to make informed purchase choices. Therefore, the industry is committed to addressing consumers' interests through a continuous health and environmental safety review of fragrance ingredients. The Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) is the organization missioned to provide the scientific basis for meeting that commitment.
An in silico skin absorption model for fragrance materials
Validated with a large fragrance-focused data set.
Novel Database for exposure to fragrance ingredients in cosmetics and personal care products
D. Comiskey et al, Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 72 (2015) 660-672.