Non-Hygiene Personal Care ‘Essential’ In California … For Now; COVID-19 Event Impacts; Cosmetics News In Brief
Santa Monica, CA-based law firm Conkle, Kremer and Engle warns that while all personal-care product businesses appear to be designated “essential” in the Golden State under its statewide “stay at home” order, officials could decide that the policy does not apply to manufacturers of non-hygiene products. More cosmetics news in brief.
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