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EWG Will Verify Cosmetic Ingredients So Clean Options Are ‘Easier To Source’

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“EWG Verified” now is open to cosmetic ingredients, and all companies are invited to partake in the NGO’s “Reviewed for Science” program driving collaboration between the its scientists and private-sector counterparts.

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