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CTFA Toluene Safety Substantiation To Follow Conn. Prop 65 Clone Hearing

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association will defend the safety of nail polish ingredient toluene in an upcoming statement to the Connecticut Public Health Committee after the ingredient was targeted as an unsafe toxin during a Prop 65 clone hearing in Hartford, Conn. March 15.

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Toulene exposures from use of nail polish "pose no safety risk to consumers," CTFA says in statement to Connecticut Public Health Committee. Trade group comments submitted in response to questions about ingredient's safety from legislators, who are reviewing consumer products labeling law mirroring California's Prop 65 (1"The Rose Sheet" March 19, p. 3). Studies conducted pursuant to Prop 65 litigation in California found ingredient was safe, and California Attorney General found toulene-containing products do not require Prop 65 warnings, CTFA says

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