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FDA ‘Actively Investigating’ Asbestos In Cosmetics; Claire’s Rebuts New Allegations

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Health Canada’s investigation cleared Claire’s makeup previously linked to asbestos by Scientific Analytical Institute, the same lab whose asbestos findings Tween Brands disputed last year before launching a recall based on its own testing. Cosmetics manufacturers using talc should try to keep up.

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