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House's "Safe Cosmetics Act" Seeks End To Industry "Free Reign"

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Dubbed the "Safe Cosmetics Act of 2010," a bill introduced last week would dramatically overhaul personal-care regulation, requiring companies that manufacture, package or distribute cosmetics for use in the U.S. to register with FDA and provide the agency with a wealth of information about their product formulations and business practices

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