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Washington State Continues Taking Cues From California; Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act Is Back

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Washington State’s Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act would ban use of any and all PFAS, matching work California started in 2020 and finished with legislation enacted last year. It also would blacklist ortho-phthalates, formaldehyde, methylene glycol and any other chemical determined by the department to release formaldehyde, among other deemed hazardous substances.

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