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L'Oreal Denies Lead Content Makes Its Lipsticks Unsafe

February 16, 2012: 02:11 AM EST
L'Oreal rejected the coalition Campaign for Safe Cosmetics' assertion that lead content makes its lipsticks unsafe for consumers who use them. The company claimed that lead content of its lipsticks is well below dangerous levels although three of its products and two by its subsidiary Maybelline were included in the Food and Drug Administration's top 10 list of lead-containing lipsticks.
Eliot Caroom, "L'Oreal defends safety of its lipsticks, after FDA cites high lead content in some products", New Jersey On-Line , February 16, 2012, © New Jersey On-Line LLC
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