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Cosmetic ingredients benzophenone, cocamide diethanolamine and diethanolamine – cancer-causing chemicals? California EPA’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment intends to list them as such under Proposition 65. Comments are being accepted through Feb. 21. More news in brief.
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