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Cosmetics Escape First Round Of California Safer Products Regulation

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control is starting out slow and circumspectly, targeting three priority product/chemical combinations rather than five in its first round of selections, including some low-hanging fruit. Cosmetics manufacturers are safe for now, but the department’s next priorities will be announced in October.

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