Cosmetics Europe Offers Inside Industry Look With BBC StoryWorks Film Series
“How well do we understand the complex sector that supports every facet of our life?” asks Cosmetics Europe’s website for the “Essentials for Daily Life” film series co-developed with the trade association’s members in partnership with BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions.
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