The China Food & Drug Administration (CFDA) has issued a notice inviting public comments on the approval of a new cosmetic ingredient, Elaeagnus Mollis Diel Oil, a moisturizing element that purportedly contains antioxidant and anti-aging properties, for use in skin care products. If approved, the oil will reportedly be the fourth new cosmetic ingredient approved by CFDA in two years (following Polymethacryloyl Lysine and Dimethoxytolyl Propylresorcinol in March 2012 and Phenylethyl Resorcinol in December 2012). See Chemlinked.com, July 5, 2013.