Pending Illinois Ban On Microbead OTCs Hailed As States’ Standard
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
With proposed bills under consideration in a growing number of states and in Congress to prohibit use of synthetic plastic microbeads in OTCs and personal care products, the Personal Care Products Council recommends Illinois’ ban on the exfoliants as a standard for state lawmakers’ reference.
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