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Nail Polish Study Making Waves; Will California’s DTSC Be Swept Up?

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Nail care remains a category of interest for the Department of Toxic Substances Control under California’s Safer Consumer Products regulation, which targets chemicals for alternatives analysis and potential elimination. DTSC could see the new study as strengthening the case for action in this area.

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