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SummitReheis is pleased to provide the following links to a variety of trade and professional associations for the antiperspirants, deodorants and cosmetics industry. We invite you to visit these sites for additional information and resources.

Please contact us with your specific needs for antiperspirant sticks, roll-ons, clear gels, aerosols, and creams, as well as antiperspirant actives for all product formulations.

The FEA represents the interests of companies engaged in the aerosol industry in 18 European countries, and is a good source of aerosol production and filling statistics by category and country.

This site allows one to check the current registration status online of Summit’s production facilities in Huguenot, NY, and Middletown, NY.

The national U.S. trade association for the cosmetic and personal care products industry. The Personal Care Products Council is a leading and trusted voice for information on scientific, legal, regulatory, legislative, and international issues for the industry.

The European trade association for the cosmetics, toiletry, and perfumery industries. One of Cosmetic Europe’s main goals is to create the most favorable economic and regulatory climate in which to operate.

U.S. professional society dedicated to the advancement of cosmetic science. The SCC’s major objectives include increasing and disseminating scientific information through meetings and publications and promoting research in cosmetic science and the cosmetics industry.

A global organization dedicated to international cooperation in cosmetic science and technology.

This site provides a complete online copy of the Final Monograph published in the Federal Register, Vol. 68, No.110, pages 34273 – 34293, on June 9, 2003.

A nationwide, community-based health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. ACS contends that there is no definitive research or data linking underarm antiperspirants and breast cancer.

Part of the National Institutes of Health, the NCI is the federal government's principal agency for cancer research and training. NCI researchers are not aware of any conclusive evidence linking the use of underarm antiperspirants and breast cancer.