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California Cosmetic Database Makes Industry Ingredient Submissions Public

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Seven years after California’s Safe Cosmetics Act went into force, the state’s public health department issues a searchable database of what it deems potentially hazardous cosmetic ingredients, as well as products on the market that contain them. PCPC faults the tool for providing raw data without meaningful context.

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