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L’Oreal Is Next Target Of ‘Cosmetics Without Cancer’ Campaign

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics singles out L’Oreal as the next alleged offender in its “Cosmetics Without Cancer” campaign. A company rep noted that other companies have been in L’Oreal’s position before and “none of [CSC’s] claims are new.”

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