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Title: Legally Acceptable Process For Cosmetic Products: A Jurisprudencial Analytical Study
Authors: Muneer Ali Abdul Rab
Mesbahul Hoque
Wan Abdul Fattah
Mohammad Sahid, Mualimin
Gunardi, Setiyawan
Keywords: cosmetic products- effect, limitations
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: IAEME
Series/Report no.: Volume 9, Issue 6;
Abstract: The technological development of modern manufacturing process and its methods has enabled man to exploit all elements of nature, including najs (impurities) and to use them in the manufacturing industry for various forms of production. This new manufacturing method has brought about a change in the process of converting materials which is more complex than the classical methods used in the time of early jurists. This results in so much fear and reluctance among Muslims regarding the use and consumption of products which are produced through transforming substances that are originally najs. The relevant questions here are: whether these najs substances attain purity upon such chemical conversion and are therefore lawful for use or will the substance remain impure and therefore not lawful for consumption and use? Or are there some legal conditions and regulations for using them? Consequently, this research sets out to analyze the legal effect of istihalah (chemical transformation) in cosmetic products and also to develop a model for the conditions and limitations of legally acceptable istihalah in these products. To achieve these two objectives, inductive, descriptive and analytical methodologies are used. Some of the findings reached include: that istihalah process has an effect on najs substances contained in the ingredients of cosmetic products; the process makes the said Legally acceptable process for cosmetic products: A jurisprudencial analytical study 84 substances tahir (clean) if the transformation is exhaustive but if the substances have not been completely transformed, then it will not be lawful to use the product except upon the fulfillment of certain conditions to wit: the existence of necessity or compelling need for its use, overwhelming belief of its usefulness, its use does not include application on the body and that such use of the products manufactured using the istihalah process will not lead to any harm to human health.
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