Is ‘Skin Deep’ Group Out Of Its Depth? EWG Announces ‘Verified’ Expansion To Cosmetic Ingredients
The Environmental Working Group is probing deeper in the supply chain to enhance its understanding of the cosmetics industry and ingredient safety underpinnings. EWG president Ken Cook and Kali Rauhe, director of cosmetic science, discuss the group’s plans for ingredient verification and greater scientific collaboration with cosmetics companies.
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