California Advances Bill To Require Salon Product Ingredient Labeling
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Lawmakers in California are considering a bill that would mandate ingredient labeling on professional cosmetics. Proponents of the bill believe it will help protect salon workers, while the Personal Care Products Council says the proposal is “unworkable” and unnecessary in light of federal requirements that provide salons with extensive Safety Data Sheets for products they use.
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