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Campaign For Safe Cosmetics Targets Industry, Retailer “Laggards” In 2014

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics’ efforts in 2013 contributed to movement among retailers to act as surrogate regulators for the personal-care industry, restricting ingredients of concern and promoting transparency, according to CSC co-founder Janet Nudelman.

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