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May 14, 2018 Issue

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Volume 96, Issue 20

As consumers worry about light and air pollution, personal care formulators look for ways to safeguard skin from blue light and other environmental assaults

Cover:A woman holding up a cell phone that shines blue light on her face.

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“I’ve realized that every product that’s created has some environmental impact.”

Beth Terry, author , My Plastic-Free Life

Cosmetics that take on the stresses of modern life

As consumers worry about light and air pollution, personal care formulators look for ways to safeguard skin from blue light and other environmental assaults

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  • SOCMA head Jennifer Abril wants to take the trade association back to its roots

    The nontraditional leader of the specialty chemical manufacturers’ association wants to steer it back to its traditional values

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