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September 3rd, 2005
Its stable of brands, which includes Garnier shampoos and Lancôme cosmetics, can be found in nine out of ten homes in Britain.
However, L’Oréal has recently encountered a host of problems. The use of nano particles, which can be found in a range of its new skin products, is being investigated by an EU committee over safety concerns. The committee, which advises the EU on policy, is due to release its report later this year.
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