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Study Finding Musks In Newborns Warrants Updated Fragrance Labeling Law - CSC

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics says a new study finding fragrance chemicals in infant umbilical cord blood supports closing a "loophole" in federal packaging law that allows marketers to omit fragrance ingredients from labels

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