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CTFA Steps Up Industry Self-Regulation With Consumer Commitment Code

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

CTFA's newly implemented Consumer Commitment Code - which requires companies to compile readily producible safety information for every formulation they market in the U.S. - could do much to ease concerns about the viability of industry self-regulation in an increasingly complex cosmetics environment

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