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Fragrance, Cosmetics Sectors Unclench; EU Parliament Advocates Lighter Touch In CLP Revision

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The European Parliament’s proposed changes to the Commission’s draft text for revising the Classification, Labeling and Packaging (CLP) regulation, specifically concerning the classification of renewable substances of botanical origin, “are essential to supporting the future of the natural ingredients used in cosmetics and fragrances,” IFRA and Cosmetics Europe say.

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