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Which Personal-Care Brands Are Still Polluting the Oceans With Microbeads?

Are you polluting the oceans every time you exfoliate? If you’re sloughing off with a product from one of the world’s largest personal-care companies, chances are…

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L'Oréal Debuts UV-Monitoring "Smart" Skin Patch at CES

Cosmetic giant L’Oreal’s latest foray into wearable technology is surprisingly not an amped up lipstick or eye shadow, but instead a UV tracking sticker that could help prevent skin…

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L'Oreal Plans to Start 3D-Printing Human Skin

Photo by Shutterstock L’Oreal knows that the business of beauty is as much a science as it is an art. Since it nixed animal testing in 2003, the French cosmetic firm has relied on…

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L'Oreal Commits to "Zero Deforestation" by 2020

L’Oreal has its eye on the tiger. The world’s largest beauty and cosmetics company has pledged to obtain its renewable raw materials, including palm oil, soya oil, and…

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Cosmetics Makers Back Off FDA Plan to Tighten U.S. Safety Regulations

Photo by Shutterstock The future of cosmetics in the United States may not be as safe as hoped. The Personal Care Products Council, which includes some of the world’s biggest cosmetic…

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Top 7 Eco-Beauty Milestones of 2012 (Vote for Most Ground-Breaking!)

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TerraCycle Will Recycle Your Old Flip-Flops, Used Cosmetics Packaging

You don’t have to wait for Earth Day to find a recycling program for your used flip-flops or cosmetics empties. Old Navy and Garnier have partnered with the waste-reducers at…

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L’Oréal, EPA Announce Partnership to Help End Animal Cosmetics Testing

L’Oréal is partnering with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help put an end to animal testing in the beauty industry, according to an announcement on Monday. The cosmetics…

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