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PCPC Gets In Front Of Microbead Issue, Supports Illinois Ban

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Illinois could become the first state to ban plastic microbeads, used as exfoliants in cleansing scrubs and other personal-care products. The Personal Care Products Council is voicing its support for the Illinois legislation, which proposes a less aggressive timeline for phasing out the technology than other anti-microbead bills that have cropped up in recent months around the U.S.

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