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California DTSC Selects Toluene In Nail Care For Potential Phase-Out

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The proposal under the state’s Safer Consumer Products regulation marks the ingredient for alternative analyses and potential replacement in nail-care products. California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control cites possible dangers to salon workers in particular, including nervous system, respiratory and developmental toxicity risks.

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