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ECHA Launches Consumer-Facing ‘Chemicals In Our Life’ Website

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Featuring a “Chemicals in Cosmetics” section and pages devoted to allergens and endocrine disruptors, the new site could draw fresh attention to ingredient hazards while also helping to dispel widely held misconceptions.

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