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PCPC Defending Against Indiscriminate Plastic Ingredient Attacks

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The Personal Care Products Council is working to counter misleading NGO campaigns targeting plastic ingredients in cosmetics, an issue that has European regulators exploring bans that could exceed US microbeads law. Beat the Microbead's messaging is of particular concern, the trade group says.

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