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New EU rules aim to put safer cosmetics on shelves

10:51 AM MDT | July 11, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft

The European Union today adopted modified rules on cosmetics, strengthening safety standards and providing better information for consumers, the European Commission says. Cosmetics, manufactured in the European Union or imported from third countries, must now be fully compliant with the cosmetics regulation. "From daily essentials like toothpaste, to that little luxury of a new lipstick or aftershave, consumers are now better protected and have clearer information about the cosmetics they buy. The new rules also make enforcement easier, bringing greater...

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