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California’s PFAS Ban In Cosmetics Limited To Intentionally Added Substances, Effective In 2025

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Legislation awaiting the governor’s signature in California will ban the “forever chemicals” from cosmetics when intentionally added beginning in 2025, reflecting successful industry advocacy efforts.

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