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Cosmetics Market In 2019: CBD, Microplastic And US Sunscreen Uncertainty Among Year’s Biggest Issues

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The opportunity represented by cannabidiol, and the uncertain future for commonly used sunscreen active ingredients in the US and microplastic in the EU, were issues of high interest among cosmetics industry stakeholders in 2019.

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