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EU’s Cosmetic Microplastic Restriction Expected To Be ‘Very Wide-Ranging’ At Best

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Cosmetics Europe’s Director-General John Chave discusses next steps in the European Union’s proposed drive to ban manufactured microplastic in all cosmetic products. Industry continues to fight for something more proportionate, but it’s up against powerful forces in today’s European theater.

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