Cosmetic Europe backs ban on Polythene Microbeads

July 21st, 2016

 

Due to the US Food and Drug Association (FDA) banning Plastic polythene microbeads from cosmetic products, Director General John Chave of Cosmetics Europe has backed the same enforcement across the whole of Europe. The microbeads are not only harmful for the environment but marine wildlife are mistaking the beads for food, causing life threatening internal issues. For example 1 single tube of facial scrub can contain over 330,000 microbeads.

 

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The Pumice Products Co. cosmetic range has several grades which can be used as direct replacements for polyethylene microbeads. Pumice Grains and Powders are natural, organic, inert, have a neutral pH and are environmentally friendly.

 

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