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PCPC Statement On Cosmetics Reform Legislation Hints At Potential Compromises

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Personal Care Products Council outlines a list of “principles” that it believes should guide legislation to update cosmetics regulations. Many of its priorities could be seen as aligning more closely with reintroduced House legislation than the less industry-friendly Personal Care Products Safety Act in the previous Senate, signaling a possible change in strategic direction at PCPC under the new Administration.

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