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Botanicals standards needed to ensure cosmetic safety and efficacy -- Lauder scientist.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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BOTANICAL INGREDIENT STANDARDS FOR COSMETICS SHOULD INCLUDE DEFINING, REFINING natural materials in order to ensure their safety and efficacy, John Anderson, PhD, Estee Lauder principal scientist in biological sciences, stressed at an April 29 session of the Second International Symposium on Cosmetic Efficacy. The symposium, held in New York City, was sponsored by Columbia University, as well as Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio) and the University of Aachen in Aachen, Germany.
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