Global Beauty Consortium For Eco-Scoring Products Is 36 Companies Strong; Prototype By Year-End
The EcoBeautyScore Consortium, dedicated to launching an environmental scoring system for products, has grown to 36 cosmetics and personal care firms as well as trade groups across four continents, L’Oréal Groupe reports after unveiling the effort in September. A prototype is targeted for the end of 2022.
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