Ulta Flunks NGO’s ‘Toxic Chemicals’ Exam; Sephora Scores B+
Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families issues its fourth annual “Who’s Minding the Store” retailer report card, finding overall improvements in retailer programs to drive safer chemicals use. However, “Ulta Beauty is still failing to publicly address toxic chemicals that may be in the products it sells,” the group says.
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