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Cosmetics News In Brief: EC To Ban Fragrance Allergens As Proposed; Shiseido Acquires MATCHCo; More

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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As proposed in 2014, fragrance allergens HICC, atranol and chloroatranol are slated to be banned from use in cosmetics in the EU, according to a notice provided by the European Commission to the World Trade Organization. More cosmetics news in brief, including developments at Shiseido and Revlon.

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