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EU Starts On Proposal For Tackling ‘Most Harmful’ Chemicals Under Revised Cosmetics Reg

Executive Summary

The European Commission is preparing a legal proposal to revise the Cosmetic Products Regulation in line with Green Deal objectives, including the phasing out of chemicals deemed “most harmful." Cosmetics Europe director-general John Chave discusses the problematic approach, possible impacts, and the bizarre and unintended results it could produce.

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