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Chemicals Crisis: Industry Messaging Needed To Counter Misinformation

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Feeling pressure to reformulate or eliminate key ingredients due to consumer concerns not necessarily grounded in sound science, speakers at the Personal Care Products Council’s Science Symposium discussed the need for improved communications around chemical risks and product safety.

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