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Top Stories Of 2014: Consumer Trust Sought With Legislation Still Absent

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

“The Rose Sheet” offers an overview of the year in cosmetics, analyzing 2014’s biggest news and the publication’s most-read stories. Notable happenings in 2014 included FDA’s rejection of an industry proposal for updating cosmetics oversight in the U.S., which has left cosmetics firms working to bolster consumer trust in an environment marked by increasing class litigation and calls for ingredient bans.

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