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Multinational Ingredient Innovators Not Likely To Warm To Humane Cosmetics Act

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Humane Cosmetics Act would bar multinational industry leaders competing with cutting-edge cosmetic ingredients from testing the substances on animals anywhere in the world, a practice the European animal-testing ban perhaps has not stamped out as thoroughly as animal-rights groups envisioned.


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